Day 4: NFL combine measurables for former Tigers


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Day 4: NFL combine measurables for former Tigers

Eight former Tigers are currently in Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine and here are a few physical measurables that have been reported on Monday.

Former Clemson safety T.J. Green ran an unofficial time of 4.36 with a 1.52 split in his first 40-yard dash attempt at the NFL Combine.

His second attempt was an even faster unofficial 4.32 time with his official 40-yard time coming in at 4.34. It was the second-fastest time by a defensive back over 200 pounds since the 2003 NFL Combine. It was also the fourth-fastest time in the entire 2016 NFL Combine.

Green was the second-fastest in the defensive back group with Auburn corner Jonathan Jones first with an official 4.33 time.

Green also had an impresive 35.5" vertical jump and a 10'9" broad jump.



Jayron Kearse ran an unofficial 4.64 40-yard dash with a 1.68 split on his first attempt.

Kearse also had a 31.5" vertical jump and a 10'4" broad jump.



Mackensie was unable to go through positional drills because of a previous hamstring injury but was interviewed by NFL.com in the following video.



Day 3:

DE Kevin Dodd ran an unofficial 4.86 40-yard dash on his first attempt. He pulled up with an injury on his second run and will not go through positional drills at the combine. He will show scouts drill work during Clemson's Pro Day on March 10.

DE Shaq Lawson ran an unofficial 4.73 40-yard dash on his first attempt with a 1.66 10-yard split. His second run was even faster an unofficial 4.70 time which was the fourth fastest time of the defensive lineman group. The offical time came in at 4.70. He also recorded a 10" broad jump, an impressive 33" vertical jump, 7.16 time at the 3-cone drill and 20-yard shuttle time of 4.21.

DT D.J. Reader ran an unofficial 5.33 40-yard dash on his first attempt and 5.35 unofficial time on his second run with an official time of 5.33. He had 30 reps of 225 lbs on the bench press, 29.5" on the vertical jump, 8'3" on the broad jump and 4.71 on the twenty-yard shuttle.

DB Mackensie Alexander did 11 reps of 225 lbs on the bench press but will not go through the positional drills to give more rest to his injured hamstring.

LB B.J. Goodson had unofficial times of 4.69 and 4.78 in the 40-yard dash with an official time of 4.69. He also a 34.5-inch vertical jump, 9'10" broad jump, 3-cone time of 7.05 and a twenty-yard shuttle time of 4.51.

DB T.J. Green had 13 reps at the bench press while DB Jayron Kearse did 16 reps.



Day 2:
CB Mackensie Alexander: 5'10", 190 lbs, 31 3/8" arms and 9 1/8" hands.


S T.J. Green: 6'2", 209 lbs, 32" arms and 9 5/8 hands.

S Jayron Kearse: 6'4", 216 lbs, 34 1/4" arms and 9 5/8" hands.

LB B.J. Goodson did 30 reps of 225 pounds in the bench press which was the most by any linebacker.

WR Charone Peake ran an unofficial 4.46 on his first 40-yard dash attempt with a 10-yard split of 1.64. He ran an unofficial 4.47 40-yard dash on his second attempt and his official time came in at 4.45 (5th-best WR). He had a vertical jump of 35.5", broad jump of 10'2", 3-cone time of 6.96, 20-yard shuttle at 4.46 and a 60-yard shuttle of 11.69.



Day 1:
DE Kevin Dodd: 6'5", 277 lbs, 34" arms and 10" hands.

DE Shaq Lawson: 6'3", 269 lbs, 32 3/4" arms and 10" hands.

WR Charone Peake: 6'2", 209 lbs, 34" arms and 9 1/4" hands.

DT D.J. Reader: 6'3", 327 lbs, 33 5/8" arms and 9 1/2" hands.

LB B.J. Goodson: 6'1", 242 lbs, 33 1/4" arms and 10" hands.

Tags: T.J. Green, Shaq Lawson, Charone Peake, B.J. Goodson, Kevin Dodd, D.J. Reader, Mackensie Alexander, Jayron Kearse
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