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All NFL Combine Links for Louisville Players from CSZ

NFL Combine

Over the last few days, there have been plenty of posts on the NFL Combine with information on former Louisville players and how they performed. That is what happens when you send 11 players up to Indianapolis for the event. Here are links to all of the posts from CSZ regarding the NFL combine…

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on James Sample

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted James Sample’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’2″

Arm Length: 32″

Weight: 209 lbs

Hands: 9 1/2″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Charles Gaines

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted Charles Gaines’ results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 5’10″

Arm Length: 31 3/8″

Weight: 180 lbs

Hands: 8 3/4″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Lorenzo Mauldin

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted Lorenzo Mauldin’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’4″

Arm Length: 33″

Weight: 259 lbs

Hands: 9 7/8″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Michael Dyer

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted Michael Dyer’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 5’8″

Arm Length: 30 5/8″

Weight: 218 lbs

Hands: 9 1/2″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on John Miller

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted John Miller’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’2″

Arm Length: 33 1/4″

Weight: 303 lbs

Hands: 10 1/4″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Gerald Christian

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted Gerald Christian’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’3″

Arm Length: 32 1/2″

Weight: 244 lbs

Hands: 10 3/4″

Analysis from NFL.com

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on DeVante Parker

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

A few days ago, I posted DeVante Parker’s results from the NFL Combine in the tests he participated in. This one is a little different. This will show his measurements and the analysis on him from NFL.com. It also gives his grade, and what that number means as a projection for him as a pro.

Height: 6’3″

Arm Length: 33 1/4″

Weight: 209 lbs

Hands: 9 1/4″

Analysis from NFL.com

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James Sample’s NFL Combine Results

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

James Sample was a very late addition to the roster for the University of Louisville in 2014. This was definitely a case of better late than never. Sample sure did his part to fill the void left by Calvin Pryor and Hakeem Smith in the defensive backfield. At the NFL Combine, Sample participated in 4 of the workouts. Here are his results, along with where his numbers rank among safeties. I will also post the leader for each category.

40 Yard Dash

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Gerod Holliman

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Gerod Holliman only participated in the bench press at the NFL Combine, where he got 17 reps. That ranked 6th among safeties. Nobody made more of a name for himself in such a short period of time for UofL than Gerod Holliman. In his only year of starting, Holliman tied the NCAA record for interceptions in a season with 14. Here are his measurements as well as his analysis from NFL.com.

Height: 6’0″

Arm Length: 32″

Weight: 218 lbs

Hands: 9 1/2″

Analysis from NFL.com

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Charles Gaines’ NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

One of the biggest talkers in recent memory of UofL football participated in the NFL Combine on Monday, and that is Charles Gaines. Gaines once said that he “runs with animals” and he certainly proved himself in the 40 yard dash. Here are his results from the tests he participated in. I will include how his numbers ranked among defensive backs and also post who came in first in each category.

40 Yard Dash

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on B.J. Dubose

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

B.J. Dubose participated in two of the tests at the NFL Combine, and actually hurt himself during one of them. He pulled his hamstring while running the 40 yard dash. He was clocked at 5.06 seconds, but obviously that number is a little high because of his injury near the end of the run. He also benched pressed 225 lbs for 26 reps, which was good for 5th overall among linebackers.

Video of B.J. Dubose running the 40 yard dash

Height: 6’4″

Arm Length: 33″

Weight: 284 lbs

Hands: 9 3/4″

Analysis from NFL.com

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Lorenzo Mauldin’s NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone

Lorenzo Mauldin participated in the NFL Combine this past weekend and took part in 6 of the tests. Here are his results along with where his numbers ranked among linebackers. I will also post the leader for each category to show you where Mauldin stacks up with that person.

40 Yard Dash

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Michael Dyer’s NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Although his career didn’t pan out at UofL like we all hoped, Michael Dyer is still a representative of the Louisville Cardinals at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He participated in a few of the drills on Saturday for running backs. I will list his results along with how that ranks with the running backs. I will also list the results for the top performer in each category to show you where Dyer stacks up with them.

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Dominique Brown

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Dominique Brown only participated in 1 workout at the NFL Combine, and that was the bench press. He got 17 reps, which was good for 20th overall with running backs. Listed below are his measurements as well as an analysis from NFL.com. I must say, the scouting report on Brown pretty much lines up with what Bobby Petrino said about him during the season. The knock on him seems to be effort, and that is not a good thing.

Height: 6’2″

Arm Length: 32 3/8″

Weight: 234 lbs

Hands: 9 1/2″

Analysis from NFL.com

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John Miller’s NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone

Offensive lineman John Miller participated in the NFL Combine on Friday and took part in 6 of the workouts. Here are his results along with how that ranked against other offensive linemen that participated. I will also include who was 1st overall for each category to give you a better idea of how Miller stacked up.

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NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Jamon Brown

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Offensive lineman Jamon Brown did not participate in any of the drills at the NFL Combine, but he did go through the measurements and NFL.com has a breakdown of his analysis at the pro level.

Height: 6’4

Arm Length: 34 3/8”

Weight: 323 lbs

Hands: 9 3/4”

Analysis from NFL.com

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Gerald Christian’s NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Gerald Christian participated in the NFL Combine on Friday. Here are his results and where his numbers stacked up against the other tight ends. 28 reps on the bench press? He is a strong fella!

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DeVante Parker’s NFL Combine Results

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Former Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker participated in the NFL Combine on Saturday in Indianapolis. These are his results from the day. The consensus seems to be that Parker is a top 3 wide receiver along with Amari Cooper (Alabama) and Kevin White (West Virginia). So I will tell you where Parker’s numbers ranked overall among the receivers, and alongside those other two wideouts.

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Teddy Bridgewater 2014 Highlights

I love that they included all (well some) of the negative comments about Teddy in the beginning of this video. To look back and hear it now, it just sounds comical.

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