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    Here are the numbers for the 40 Yard Dash in the Running Back group so you don't all have to make thread after thread.

    Chris Henry - 4.33
    Adrian Peterson - 4.38
    Antonio Pittman - 4.44 (4.42 Improved 2nd Run)
    Lorenzo Booker - 4.45
    Kenny Irons - 4.47
    Brian Leonard - 4.49
    Alonzo Coleman - 4.52
    Marshawn Lynch - 4.52 (4.49 Improved 2nd Run)
    Ramonce Taylor - 4.52
    Ahmad Bradshaw - 4.54
    Darius Walker - 4.57
    Brandon Jackson -4.58
    Kolby Smith - 4.59
    Dwayne Wright - 4.68
    Last edited by mxbronco13; 02-25-2007, 12:25 PM.

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    Originally posted by mxbronco13
    Here are the numbers for the 40 Yard Dash in the Running Back group so you don't all have to make thread after thread.

    Chris Henry - 4.33
    Adrian Peterson - 4.38
    Antonio Pittman - 4.44
    Lorenzo Booker - 4.45
    Kenny Irons - 4.47
    Brian Leonard - 4.49
    Alonzo Coleman - 4.52
    Marshawn Lynch - 4.52
    Ramonce Taylor - 4.52
    Ahmad Bradshaw - 4.54
    Darius Walker - 4.57
    Brandon Jackson -4.58
    Kolby Smith - 4.59
    Dwayne Wright - 4.68
    interesting havent heard much about Chris Henry Peterson looks impressive

    RIP Darrent It's been one year, Gone but never Forgotten.

    I Adopted JayCutler4MVP!!! and DJ Williams

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    • #3
      Did Bush run?

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      • #4
        Was Selvin Young from Texas not invited?

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        • #5
          This is kinda off base but, to the point. Have they listed their weight at the time??

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          • #6
            Michael Bush didn't run, not sure about Selvin Young's reason.

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            • #7
              Bush isn't running

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              • #8
                how did Ramonce Taylor look overall??

                I'm interested in seeing where this guy lands.

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                • #9
                  Well Jackson should be a 3rd to 4th rounder, which is great. I still think he is one of the best all around backs in the draft, and one of the most physical. There should be good choices at RB in the later rounds: Jackson and Henry come to mind.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bjpenn
                    how did Ramonce Taylor look overall??

                    I'm interested in seeing where this guy lands.
                    He ran like a 4-52..i'm gonna be watching him throughout the rest of the drills..

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by PurdueBronc
                      Well Jackson should be a 3rd to 4th rounder, which is great. I still think he is one of the best all around backs in the draft, and one of the most physical. There should be good choices at RB in the later rounds: Jackson and Henry come to mind.
                      I've been on the Jackson bandwagon since he announced that he was coming out..hopefully we'll get him in the 3rd

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by aberdien
                        He ran like a 4-52..i'm gonna be watching him throughout the rest of the drills..
                        Cool, keep me up to date.

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                        • #13
                          leornard suprised me as well as chris henry with their 40 speed, i was expecting a better score from lynch and booker

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by mxbronco13
                            Michael Bush didn't run, not sure about Selvin Young's reason.
                            I am intrigued by Young.
                            For some reason, I seem to think that he can be an effective pro player.
                            -not so much as a carry-the-load guy, but as a third down back, change-of-pace guy, and as a returner.

                            And yes, I know that he got into trouble...but so did Warren, DWill, and others.

                            I'm not going to condemn an extremely young man for a dumb choice...seeing how it wasn't severe...like rape, murder, kiddie porn, etc. something like that.

                            If he doesn't turn out good then some team, hopefully the Broncos, are out only a low round draft choice.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by PurdueBronc
                              Well Jackson should be a 3rd to 4th rounder, which is great. I still think he is one of the best all around backs in the draft, and one of the most physical. There should be good choices at RB in the later rounds: Jackson and Henry come to mind.
                              Jackson will still be a early third round pick, maybe even a late second rounder if teams want that all around back. No way he falls to the fourth in my opinion. Henry should get some looks and will likely go between the fourth to fifth round. Pittman and Irons will go in the early second round, Hunt, Bush and Booker will likely mid second to mid third round, Leonard will go in the mid second round, but there are some good choices if they go first day. Coleman, Henry, Smith and Wynn will get looks to be top picks on day two, but there are a plethura of backs that did not workout at the combine like McGill, Young and so on that will have their pro days to impress and could be good pickups on day two.

                              The big losers were Buckley, Russell, Bradshaw, Taylor and Iloao...but Russell more so then the others, I think he killed his draft stock today.

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