Jadar Johnson's NFL combine numbers


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Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Scouting Combine had the defensive back group go through the various football drills at Lucas Oil Stadium on Monday as former Clemson safety Jadar Johnson showed off his skills to various NFL scouts and coaches.

Here is a breakdown of his physical measurables and his times in various football drills.

Before Johnson was able to go through any of the drills, he measured in at 6'0" tall, weighed 206 pounds with 32" arms and 9 1/4" hands.

Johnson ran an official 4.60 for the 40-yard dash event (42nd among DBs). His speed agility drills included a fast 20-yard shuttle time of 4.20 seconds (tied for 16th among DBs) and a 60-yard shuttle of 11.50 seconds (6th among DBs).

He had an impressive display at the bench press with 19 reps of 225 pounds which was sixth best among the 49 defensive backs. His vertical jump was 33 inches (tied for 36th among DBs) while he had a 10-foot broad jump of 119.0 inches (tied for 35th among DBs) and had a 3-cone drill of 6.90 seconds (tied for 17th among DBs).

During the passing gauntlet drill, Johnson caught all seven passes thrown to him, and he made it look easy.

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