Boulware and Watkins' NFL combine numbers


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Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

The 2017 NFL Scouting Combine had the linebacker group go through the various football drills at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday afternoon as former Clemson fan favorite Ben Boulware 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 Boulware was able to go through any of the drills, he measured in at 6'0" tall, weighed 236 pounds with 10" hands and 30" arm length.

Boulware decided not to run the 40-yard dash event but will run it during Clemson's Pro Day. His vertical jump was measured at 29.5 inches, and he had a 9-foot-3 broad jump (111 inches). During the 3-cone drill, he ran it in 7.02 seconds, ran the 20-yard shuttle in 4.43 seconds, and ran the 60-yard shuttle in 12.13 seconds.

He put up 20 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press which was 11th out of 22 in the linebacker group.

In other Clemson NFL combine news, defensive tackle Carlos Watkins was unable to do participate in the workout on Sunday due to a hamstring injury besides the bench press where he put up 25 reps at 225 pounds.

Watkins will do a full workout during Clemson's Pro Day on March 16 according to his agent.

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