The second-to-last day of the 2017 NFL Combine has officially wrapped. While one day remains of the annual NFL show of athleticism, the Combine has come to an end for defensive linemen and linebackers.
That includes Oklahoma State Defensive Tackle Vincent Taylor, one of three Cowboys taking part in this year’s combine, who completed his On-Field Workouts today.
Here were his numbers:
40-yard Dash: 5.07 sec
Vertical Jump: 28.5 inch
Broad Jump: 108 inch
3-cone Drill: 7.58 sec
20-yard Shuttle: 4.72 sec
While the numbers don’t blow you away, they are all respectable. His performance in drills earned him an “alright, my man” from Washington Defensive Line Coach Jim Tomsula.
Vincent Taylor (@BallOut_96) getting an "All right my man!" as he steps into a defensive lineman drill. #OKState pic.twitter.com/Cjgbda622K— Nate Feken (@TheGreat_Nate) March 5, 2017
Taylor’s best performance came on the bench press on Saturday where he finished tied for 10th best at 26 reps.
Taylor wasn’t the only Cowboy in action today. Cornerback Ashton Lampkin took part in the bench press, finishing fourth overall with 19 reps.
Lampkin will take part in the On-Field Workouts on Monday. Chris Carson, the third Cowboy invited to the combine, completed his work outs on Friday with an impressive performance.
You’ll be able to catch Lampkin’s workout live tomorrow on the NFL Network.