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S13 EFL Draft Combine

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Welcome everybody to the Season 13 EFL Draft Combine, live from Atlanta! We've got nine total drills for our draftees to work through, each of which will participate in seven of them. At the top we've got the 40 Yard Dash, a measure of just raw burst speed. Next on the docket is the Bench Press, testing the strength of our draftees with how many reps they can do of 225 pounds. Following that is the 3 Cone Drill, a test of agility as our participants will move 5 yards in one direction, then 10 yards the opposite way, then 5 yards back to the starting point. Following that we have the Vertical Jump, which shows how well these draftees can try for a basketball career should this whole thing not work out for them. Next comes the Standing Broad Jump, a measure of how far they can jump from a standing position. Then we get the Wonderlic Test, a rudimentary look into the intelligence of our prospects. After that comes the position specific drills. The 3-5-7 Drops & Throws is for our quarterbacks, where they will show off both their accuracy and arm strength by completing 5 throws each from 3 step, 5 step, and 7 step drops. Meanwhile, our defenders will participate in the 90 Degree Catch Drill. Draftees will backpedal until given the command, then break 90 degrees in one direction to intercept a pass. This tests both the hands and the reaction speed of our defenders, and a total of 10 passes will be thrown. Finally we end with the Multiple Catch Drill for the rest of our offensive players. The player will receive two initial throws from a starting position, then alternate throws from one sideline to the other until 10 total passes are thrown. Once again this measures both a player's hands and endurance. Now, with the drills out of the way, let's meet the participants!

 

At quarterback we have Gavin Rose @PigSnout out of Michigan and Anderson Muller @Sova from USC. With only one QB spot readily available in the EFL, this combine could be make or break for these two. Coming in at running back we have Marcus Iaquinta @Jmgia64 of Miami, Jan Karol Chodkiewicz  @majesiu of Oregon, and Desmond King @solas of USC. Iaquinta and Chodkiewicz have been starters for years, but King will need a good showing to really prove himself given his limited college reps. For receivers we got Dewey Jackson @Tater_Tot of Notre Dame and Palom Mysidia @diamond_ace of USC. These two were arguably the best two receivers this past season, and neither of them is one to back down from a challenge. Moving onto the defense, we've got no less than 6 linebackers ready to go. Amongst them are Lukas Cold @Sova of USC, Roman Sanguszko @majesiu of Oregon, Mike McBuckets @Garappogoat & Clint Bobsky @Tater_Tot of Michigan, Marques Hampton-Hill @solas of Miami, and Trustworthy Dan @AdamS of Alabama. Finally in the secondary, we have cornerback Djibril Kabore @Pandar & safety Lamarcus Oshiomogho @brenstl of Notre Dame, safety Jean Christophe @Enorama of USC, safety Jeff Sanchez @Quik of Texas, and safety Porom Mysidia @diamond_ace from Miami. 

 

We've got a lot of talent here today, and stay tuned for our first drill, the 40 Yard Dash, coming to you next, only here on EFL Network!

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Our first event is the 40 yard dash, a test of speed like no other! First up we have Jean Christophe out of USC. He's on his mark, and off he goes!

 

4.46

 

A good start for the safety. That won't be our fastest run of the evening but it surely won't be the slowest either. Next up is another safety, Jeff Sanchez. And he's off!

 

4.54

 

Not the best time, but Sanchez was known more for his hitting than his ball hawk ability anyway, so not the most surprising. Coming up next is our first linebacker, Lukas Cold. He seems quite tense out there today, like he knows his draft stock is on the line. Cold lines up, and bursts off the line!

 

4.48

 

Very good score for a linebacker, he definitely turned a few heads with that one. Coming up next is Marques Hampton-Hill. Hampton-Hill is one of the less heralded prospects out here today, so he's gonna need a good combine to get his money. And he's off, though looks like he might have stuttered a little at the start.

 

4.60

 

Not what he wanted there, and you can tell he's upset over that one. The tape will show the stutter, so hopefully teams will realize he probably could have done better. Our first offensive player comes to the line and it's none other than quarterback Gavin Rose. He's not the first thing you think of when you say fast, so let's see how this goes.

 

5.16

 

Yeah it's a good thing teams aren't looking at foot speed for him. They are just waiting for the arm drills. Coming up now is running back Jan Karol Chodkiewicz. He fakes a juke at the official as he walks up, and that official is not amused. Jan shrugs it off, sets up, and off he goes!

 

4.38

 

Sub-4.4! Our first of the day and Chodkiewicz is the current leader in the clubhouse. Can anyone beat him? Looks like teammate Roman Sanguszko is the first to try.

 

4.57

 

Not ideal, but that shouldn't hurt his stock much. Next up is fellow linebacker Mike McBuckets. Many mocks are pegging McBuckets at first overall, so he can do nothing but hurt himself with a bad showing here. He sets up and takes off!

 

4.58

 

Looks like I jynxed him on that one. If anything though, that's more likely to help his fellow linebackers than hurt him specifically. Coming up next is the twins Palom and Porom Mysidia. Looks like Palom is letting his sister go first. Porom lines up, and takes off!

 

4.33

 

Wowza, there's our new leader! Porom remains reserved, but you can see a bit of a smile on her face. Palom looks unamused. "That's all? I can run that in my sleep!" Looks like we got some trash talk going on down there. Palom rushes up, and off he goes!

 

4.41

 

Porom seems to be giggling while Palom storms off. Still not a bad score by any means, but it's good to see the sibling rivalry in action. Next up is Clint Bobsky. Man can that big guy move!

 

4.47

 

Our best score for a linebacker so far, that's definitely getting noted down by the scouts. Next is Marcus Iaquinta, and he looks ready to go.

 

4.50

 

Oh he doesn't look happy about that one. There were concerns that he might be more suited to a utility role as a receiving/3rd down back, and that score is not helping his case. Coming up now is Djibril Kabore, our only pure cornerback in the draft.

 

4.49

 

Not terrible, but a bit discouraging given the wheels we just saw out of Porom not too long ago. Next up we have our late addition to the combine, Lamarcus Oshiomogho. Many weren't sure if the Junior was coming out this year, but he's ready to put on a show.

 

4.38

 

And a show he did! That's our 3rd sub 4.4 of the day! Now we have Dewey Jackson coming up. Jackson was known for his speed, so can he break 4.4 as well?

 

4.37

 

Yes he can! That gives him the fastest time amongst receivers, a very fortunate place to be in. Coming up now is Anderson Muller. Despite dominating on the field, many pundits are pegging him as the odd man out amongst quarterback prospects. He'll need a huge showing here to get someone to take a chance on him.

 

4.86

 

Not good by any means, though better than his direct competition in Rose. Coming in next is Trustworthy Dan. The Alabama prospect has been linked to Wisconsin in mocks after their recent trade, so let's see what he can do.

 

4.56

 

Right in line with most of the linebackers here. Finally our last participant of the day, Desmond King. He's looking to turn some heads here, and he's already off!

 

4.34

 

It doesn't beat Porom, but he's gotta love that time. If he can keep that up, he'll be a draft darling for sure! And that wraps up the 40 Yard Dash! We'll take a short break, then come back at you with the Bench Press here on the EFL Network!

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4 minutes ago, omgitshim said:

5.16

 

Yeah it's a good thing teams aren't looking at foot speed for him. 

 

Only the bad teams think this way #QBspeedWinz

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Just in case anyone cares about final rankings:

 

1 Porom Mysidia 4.33
2 Desmond King 4.34
3 Dewey Jackson 4.37
4 Jan Karol Chodkiewicz 4.38
5 Lamarcus Oshiomogho 4.38
6 Palom Mysidia 4.41
7 Jean Christophe 4.46
8 Clint Bobsky 4.47
9 Lukas Cold 4.48
10 Djibril Kabore 4.49
11 Marcus Iaquinta 4.5
12 Jeff Sanchez 4.54
13 Trustworthy Dan 4.56
14 Roman Sanguszko 4.57
15 Mike McBuckets 4.58
16 Marques Hampton-Hill 4.6
17 Anderson Muller 4.86
18 Gavin Rose

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The Bench Press, the ultimate test in strength. Here our prospects will put up or shut up. Things are getting underway and we've got Trustworth Dan taking the first licks. And he's just pumping them out like they're nothing. 12, 13, 14, he's still going. 19, 20, 21, he seems to be slowing down now. 22, 23. I don't know how much more he can do. 24. Is that it? No, he gets one more in, then let's the bar down. 25 is the final tally, a strong start to the event. He looks gassed, but he still throws up a flex for the crowd. Gotta love that.

 

It seems like Lukas Cold is unimpressed, and he's up next on the list. He too is taking these like a champ. 10, 11, 12, uh oh. It seems he is a little wobbly on that one! He readjusts his grip a bit and keeps going. 14, 15, 16, 17, he's just cranking them out now. 22, 23, 24, 25, he ties Dan's score. Can he get that last one? It looks like it? No! The judge says he didn't finish the rep, and he's done. Another 25 on the list.

 

Next up is Gavin Rose. We know he's got a cannon for an arm, but he's never been one to boast of his strength. And now we see why. Just 1 rep in and he's already struggling. 2, 3. This isn't looking good. 4, 5, and he's out. Only 5 there. It probably could have done a couple more, but he doesn't seem worried at all about it.

 

Another offensive guy, here comes Jan Karol Chodkiewicz. This is a guy known more for speed than strength, so let's see how he does here. 3, 4, he doesn't seem too comfortable. 6, 7, 8, that fatigue is setting in. 9... and 10! That's all he got. He made it to double digits, but you know he's not too proud of that one.

 

Jean Christophe is next. Again he's more of a finesse than power player, though you need to be able to take down the big guys as a safety. He's going at a good pace here, 5, 6, 7. Oh, he didn't come down clean on that one and now he's starting to struggle. 8... 9... he's really feeling it now. 10... 11... 11. Not ideal, though certainly could have been worse.

 

Here come the twins! They're so tiny, can they even lift the bar? Porom Mysidia takes the first go at it. 1... 2... she's already done. Just 2. Not good. Palom gives it a go. Oof, can he even lift that bar? There's 1... and that's it, that's all he got. Yikes. Once again Porom is giggling at Palom's frustration.

 

Djibril Kabore steps up to the iron. Cornerbacks usually get a little bit of leeway when they got wheels on their side, but you know he's gonna push hard after that 40 time. 5, 6, 7, he's going pretty good. 8, 9, 10, and he's slowing down considerably. 11, 12, and that's all she wrote. Still 12 is more than I was expecting out of a corner.

 

And here comes Roman Sanguszko. These linebackers have been showing up so far, so it's good to get another one on here. And he's just firing away. 14, 15, 16. You can see the sweat popping from here. 20, 21, he's slowing down. 22, he looks done now. Can he get one more? Yes! 23 it is. Better than the past few we've seen, but that's the lowest amongst linebackers so far.

 

Desmond King takes a turn, and he does not look comfortable at all. 1, 2, 3, you can tell he's an all speed guy. 4, 5, 6.... and that's all he can muster. Not what you want to see for an every down back, but I'm sure that speed will keep someone interested.

 

Anderson Muller takes a turn on the bench. 1, 2, 3, 4, he looks better than Rose did, though that's not hard. 5, 6, 7, 8, he's feeling it now. 9... 10! Once again, not great, but better than his main competition.

 

Mike McBuckets comes up, and he's ready to put on a show. 14, 15, 16, he's not slowing down any time soon! 20, 21, 22, 23, he keeps on coming. 24, 25, 26, that's a new high, can he keep going? 27... And that's a wrap! 27 takes the lead!

 

Dewey Jackson is next, another prospect who values speed more than strength. He does not look comfortable out there at all. 1, 2, he's already struggling. 3, 4... 5! Wait, he's still going. 6! 7? Yes 7! And he's not done yet! 8! Can we get a 9? Can we? No not quite, 8 is the final. Man these linebackers need to show the rest of the league how to pump iron.

 

Speaking of, here comes Clint Bobsky. His draft status has been steadily rising, so let's see how he does here. 13, 14, 15, it's child's play out there. 20, 21, 22, he's slowing down now. 23. 24. Can he beat McBuckets. 25... 26... and that's it! Just 26, one shy of the top.

 

Lamarcus Oshiomogho gives it a go. 1, 2, 3, 4, he's already sweating. 5, 6, 7, times. 8, 9... 9. That's all he can get here. Not a good showing for our secondary in general.

 

Jeff Sanchez is next, and our last hope for the secondary. 1, 2, 3, 4, he's on a roll so far. 5, 6, 7, 8, he's still at it. 9, 10, 11, 12, that puts him on par with Kabore. 13, 14, he's slowing way down now... 15... is that it? He's struggling for one more... and... he gets it! 16! Still no where near the linebackers, but our best showing for every other position.

 

Marcus Iaquinta is next, and he looks ready to go. 8, 9, 10, he's just hammering them away. 15, 16, 17, wow look at him go. 20, 21, 22, mighty impressive. 23, 24, and he's done. 24, that's gotta turn some heads. Well done!

 

Our last prospect's up now, Marques Hampton-Hill. He's gonna need a good show here. 11, 12, 13, he's just pumping away. 18, 19, 20, 21, there's no stopping him. 24, 25, 26, can he beat out McBuckets? There's number 27 and... 28! And he's still going! 29, 30, 31, does he ever tire? He's slowing down a bit now. 32, 33... 34... 35! Wow! Saving the best for last indeed! Great showing here by Hampton-Hill!

 

We're going to commercial break, stay tuned for more combine here on the EFL Network!

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8 minutes ago, MMFLEX said:

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Are you insinuating that I have nothing better to do at work than compile these into a nice list format?

 

Because you're right, I'll get to it in a couple minutes.

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Are we back? Apologies to everyone, there seems to have been a glitch in the broadcast. The Vertical and Broad Jump drills have already passed, and here are those results:

 

Vertical Jump

Player Position School Height (Inches)
Desmond King RB USC 43
Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 41.5
Porom Mysidia SS Miami 41
Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 41
Jean Christophe FS USC 40.5
Palom Mysidia WR USC 40.5
Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 40
Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 39.5
Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 38.5
Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 38.5
Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 38
Lukas Cold LB USC 36
Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 35
Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 34.5
Anderson Muller QB USC 34.5
Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 33.5
Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 32.5
Gavin Rose QB Michigan 30.5

 

 

Broad Jump

 

Player Position School Distance (Inches)
Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 136
Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 135
Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 131
Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 130
Palom Mysidia WR USC 129
Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 129
Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 128
Jean Christophe FS USC 128
Porom Mysidia SS Miami 127
Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 127
Desmond King RB USC 125
Lukas Cold LB USC 122
Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 122
Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 120
Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 119
Anderson Muller QB USC 115
Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 115
Gavin Rose QB Michigan 110

 

 

Apologies again for the glitches, but everything seems to be sorted out. Stay tuned for our 3 Cone Drill, only on EFL Network!

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Ov. Rank Ov. Points Player Position School 40 yard dash Bench Press Vertical Jump Broad Jump
Ov. Rank Ov. Points       Time Rank Reps Rank Height Rank Distance Rank
1 56 Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 4.37 3 8 14 41.5 2 136 1
2 53 Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 4.5 11 24 6 41 3 135 2
3 47 Desmond King RB USC 4.34 2 6 15 43 1 125 11
3 47 Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 4.49 10 12 9 40 7 131 3
5 45 Jean Christophe FS USC 4.46 7 11 10 40.5 5 128 7
6 44 Porom Mysidia SS Miami 4.33 1 2 17 41 3 127 9
7 42 Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 4.38 5 9 13 38.5 9 129 5
8 41 Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 4.38 4 10 11 39.5 8 127 9
8 41 Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 4.54 12 16 8 38 11 130 4
8 41 Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 4.58 15 27 2 38.5 9 128 7
11 40 Palom Mysidia WR USC 4.41 6 1 18 40.5 5 129 5
12 37 Lukas Cold LB USC 4.48 9 25 4 36 12 122 12
13 35 Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 4.47 8 26 3 34.5 14 119 15
14 32 Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 4.56 13 25 4 35 13 122 12
15 29 Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 4.6 16 35 1 33.5 16 120 14
16 21 Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 4.57 14 23 7 32.5 17 115 16
17 15 Anderson Muller QB USC 4.86 17 10 11 34.5 14 115 16
18 6 Gavin Rose QB Michigan 5.16 18 5 16 30.5 18 110 18

 

My table is getting large already

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It's the 3 Cone Drill! Let's find out who can turn on a dime and who plods like no other. Looks like Gavin Rose is up first. Not expecting much here given the other drills, but maybe he can surprise?

 

7.58

 

Nope, that's not great. Up next is Marcus Iaquinta. He's been on fire since struggling on the 40, but will he continue to exceed expectations here? Left, right, left, the results are in!

 

7.05

 

You get the feeling he wanted sub-7 there. And it looks like Jan Karol Chodkiewicz is rushing to the line to go next. When you got two guys fighting for the same spot, you know they're gonna jump at any chance they can to set themselves apart.

 

6.81

 

And a very good showing for Chodkiewicz, just the 2nd drill he's beating Iaquinta at. Now it's the speedy Desmond King looking to show them both up! And off he goes, left, right, oh looks like a slipped a little on that last transition there...

 

6.99

 

And that's gotta be disappointing. He really wanted that one. Next up is Clint Bobsky. And what's that? Is he pointing into the crowd? Blowing a kiss? Looks like he just noticed someone over there, he needs to focus if he wants to do good though! And he's off!

 

7.06

 

For a linebacker, that'll do. Not something to throw on the resume necessarily but it's not gonna hurt him. Looks like Trustworthy Dan is next, and what's this? It looks like Suspicious Dave is on the field in front of him! What's he doing...oh. Oh no, we have to cut away for a minute, oh my that's just uncalled for...

 

Dave has been escorted away. Apologies for that. Anyway, Dan is ready, and off he goes!

 

7.05

 

Just edging out Bobsky before him, Dan is really seeing his stock rise with every drill. Next up is the speedy Dewey Jackson, and you got to figure he's got this one in the bag. And there he goes. Wow, he is not making sharp cuts there. Let's see his score...

 

7.27

 

Oof. That did not look like the Jackson I saw on the field. They often say these drills don't always translate to the field, but scouts are gonna take note of that one. Teammate Lamarcus Oshiomogho is giving him a bit of a pep talk after that one. He's next on the docket, and he's off as well.

 

7.01

 

Better than the linebackers, but you really want to see that sub-7 in the secondary. Rounding out the Notre Dame trio, here's Djibril Kabore. He was a bit underwhelming in the 40 earlier, so he'll need a good showing here to sell himself as an elite prospect.

 

6.98

 

Well he got the sub-7, but that's still a bit disappointing from a cornerback. Next up we're going back to the linebackers. Here is Lukas Cold, and he looks determined to make a name for himself. He cuts left, now he's going right, and... oh no. Cold is down! He went down hard and he's clutching his knee. Oh no, you hate to see that. We're going to take a quick break here while doctors take a look at him, but he looks like he's in a lot of pain...

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Welcome back folks! The medical staff has removed Cold from the field, and early reports suggest that it may be a torn ACL. That's a tough break for the kid, and you have to wonder if he'll ever get a shot at the EFL again. It looks like the committee is getting the next draftee ready. Here comes Roman Sanguszko!

 

7.04

 

Again, not bad for a linebacker. Let's see if Marques Hampton-Hill can hit that same ballpark. He cuts left, cuts right, back left...

 

7.37

 

Oof. I won't say he looked like molasses out there, but that did not look pretty. Let's see if we can get a good score out of the secondary. Here comes Jean Christophe, and he seems quite confident out there.

 

6.86

 

And that's our second fastest time so far. Nothing to be ashamed of there. Next is Jeff Sanchez, the lone prospect from Texas. Off he goes...

 

6.97

 

Just under the 7 second mark. And here come the twins! Looks like Palom Mysidia is rushing at the chomp to go first this time. And, wow it looks like he missed the instructor say go as he got a late start on that one.

 

7.05

 

You can tell he's frustrated there. Meanwhile Porom scoots up to the line, and her start is clean. She's blazing through this one!

 

6.73

 

Very impressive score, and likely our best of the day with just two prospects left to go. Here comes Mike McBuckets, and looks like he's shouting down there! "I'mma put ALL you fools to shame!" Seems like he means business, and he's off!

 

6.67

 

Are you kidding me? Is that stopwatch right? Incredible time for McBuckets. That's elite level agility there for a linebacker. And that just leaves us with Anderson Muller left to go! He doesn't look like he wants to be here anymore. Off he goes!

 

7.38

 

And now we see why. Coming up next, we've got the Wonderlic Test. Each draftee will have 12 minutes to answer 50 questions. We'll see how well they did after 12 minutes! Only on EFL Network!

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Ov. Rank Ov. Points Player Position School 40 yard dash Bench Press Vertical Jump Broad Jump 3 Cone Drill
Ov. Rank Ov. Points       Time Rank Reps Rank Height Rank Distance Rank Time Rank
1 61 Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 4.37 3 8 14 41.5 2 136 1 7.27 14
1 61 Porom Mysidia SS Miami 4.33 1 2 17 41 3 127 9 6.73 2
3 60 Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 4.5 11 24 6 41 3 135 2 7.05 10
3 60 Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 4.49 10 12 9 40 7 131 3 6.98 6
3 60 Jean Christophe FS USC 4.46 7 11 10 40.5 5 128 7 6.86 4
6 59 Desmond King RB USC 4.34 2 6 15 43 1 125 11 6.99 7
6 59 Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 4.58 15 27 2 38.5 9 128 7 6.67 1
8 57 Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 4.38 4 10 11 39.5 8 127 9 6.81 3
9 55 Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 4.54 12 16 8 38 11 130 4 6.97 5
10 53 Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 4.38 5 9 13 38.5 9 129 5 7.01 8
11 47 Palom Mysidia WR USC 4.41 6 1 18 40.5 5 129 5 7.05 10
12 41 Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 4.47 8 26 3 34.5 14 119 15 7.06 13
13 39 Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 4.56 13 25 4 35 13 122 12 7.05 10
14 38 Lukas Cold LB USC 4.48 9 25 4 36 12 122 12 100 18
15 33 Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 4.6 16 35 1 33.5 16 120 14 7.37 15
16 31 Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 4.57 14 23 7 32.5 17 115 16 7.04 9
17 18 Anderson Muller QB USC 4.86 17 10 11 34.5 14 115 16 7.38 16
18 8 Gavin Rose QB Michigan 5.16 18 5 16 30.5 18 110 18 7.58 17

 

 

2-way tie for first place here so far

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Welcome back, and the Wonderlic results are in!

 

Player Position School Score
Anderson Muller QB USC 42
Gavin Rose QB Michigan 41
Palom Mysidia WR USC 41
Porom Mysidia SS Miami 38
Jean Christophe FS USC 37
Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 36
Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 35
Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 32
Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 31
Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 31
Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 27
Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 27
Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 25
Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 22
Lukas Cold LB USC 20
Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 18
Desmond King RB USC 15
Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 10

 

 

Our quarterbacks finally get a chance to impress here! The Mysidia twins also scored high on the charts. Hampton-Hill struggles once again as does Sanchez and King. Cold must really be feeling that injury, and you have to wonder why they even let him do the test in his condition. Anyway, we're taking a break, then heading straight into position specific drills!

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With us moving towards position specific drills, this'll be the last one I update.

 

Congrats @diamond_ace for being the only one to beat me.

 

OR OP Player Position School 40 yard dash Bench Press Vertical Jump Broad Jump 3 Cone Drill Wonderlic
OR OP       Time Rank Reps Rank Height Rank Distance Rank Time Rank Score Rank
1 76 Porom Mysidia SS Miami 4.33 1 2 17 41 3 127 9 6.73 2 38 4
2 74 Jean Christophe FS USC 4.46 7 11 10 40.5 5 128 7 6.86 4 37 5
3 73 Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 4.49 10 12 9 40 7 131 3 6.98 6 36 6
4 71 Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 4.5 11 24 6 41 3 135 2 7.05 10 32 8
5 66 Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 4.37 3 8 14 41.5 2 136 1 7.27 14 22 14
5 66 Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 4.58 15 27 2 38.5 9 128 7 6.67 1 27 11
5 66 Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 4.38 4 10 11 39.5 8 127 9 6.81 3 31 9
8 65 Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 4.38 5 9 13 38.5 9 129 5 7.01 8 35 7
9 63 Palom Mysidia WR USC 4.41 6 1 18 40.5 5 129 5 7.05 10 41 2
10 61 Desmond King RB USC 4.34 2 6 15 43 1 125 11 6.99 7 15 17
11 58 Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 4.54 12 16 8 38 11 130 4 6.97 5 18 16
12 47 Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 4.47 8 26 3 34.5 14 119 15 7.06 13 25 13
13 46 Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 4.56 13 25 4 35 13 122 12 7.05 10 27 11
14 42 Lukas Cold LB USC 4.48 9 25 4 36 12 122 12 100 18 20 15
15 40 Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 4.57 14 23 7 32.5 17 115 16 7.04 9 31 9
16 36 Anderson Muller QB USC 4.86 17 10 11 34.5 14 115 16 7.38 16 42 1
17 34 Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 4.6 16 35 1 33.5 16 120 14 7.37 15 10 18
18 24 Gavin Rose QB Michigan 5.16 18 5 16 30.5 18 110 18 7.58 17 41 2
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#5 overall in the combine and the best linebacker in the combine. These drills usually tend to favor the secondary as well as running backs and wide receivers so I'll take it.

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It's time for our quarterbacks to shine! It's the 3-5-7 drops! Each participant will take 5 throws from each of 3, 5, and 7 drops. Let's see how they do! Up first is Gavin Rose. And he's starting with the 3 drops. He goes back on the quick slant, and oh that's just slightly too far in front of the receiver. Maybe it's just some first throw jitters. Second attempt, same route, this time it's right on target! Third throw, screen pass to the left, and it's a beauty. 2/3 so far. Number 4, and another perfect throw. Last one, and he's 4/5 from the 3 drop. Now the 5 drops, and the first one is right on time. Second attempt, and whoa he got a little too much mustard on that one and it's way over the receiver's head! Third dropback, and he's back in rhythm with another completion. The next two look identical and once again Rose gets 4/5 from the 5 drop. Here comes the 7 drop deep throws. Rose floats a beauty on the first one, you couldn't do better if you tried! Second throw and it's a little wobbly but it hits the mark just fine. He's just on a roll and makes the next two as well. Can he get the perfect 5/5? His last throw is up... and it's just a hair too far. 4/5 on the 7 drops.

 

Now it's Anderson Muller. He knows what he has to beat, and he looks focused. First drop is back, first throw is just a bit too far ahead. He's shaking his head. He needs to focus. Second attempt, he gets it off and it's not perfect but it gets there. Third pass, this one looks great, and he's starting to get confident. Next attempt, and looks like that confidence got the best of him as it's behind the receiver. Last throw, and once again it's behind the receiver. 2/5 on the short ones is not a good start, and Muller is looking frustrated. 5 drops, and Muller looks great on the first one. Second pass and it's right off the receiver's finger tips. That's gotta hurt. Third throw is in tight and just right. Fourth attempt and oof he misses bad. Frustration turns to anger, and once again he overthrows his man. Another 2/5. Muller wastes no time going into the 7 drops, and he's rushing way too much. The first throw is way out of reach, and the second isn't much better. He focuses in hard on the third one, and it comes up just a bit short. Muller has had enough. He spikes his next throw straight into the turf and storms off the field. Not a pretty ending...

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Time for the defense in the 90 Degree & Catch Drill! Each participant will get 10 throws, and to start things off its Mike McBuckets. McBuckets moving good out there, but he's struggling to hold on to the ball. First three are all bobbled and off his hands before he snags the next two. #6 he gets a bad break on and can't get to it, but he secures the next two. The one after he gets to just in time to only knock it down, and the final one is once again off his hands and on the ground. 4 catches total.

 

Next we have Clint Bobsky. Much like McBuckets, Bobsky is getting to the ball, but not securing the catch. In a nearly identical round, Bobsky as well secures just 4 total catches.

 

Jean Christophe heads to the field, and he's just putting on a show out there! He's showing off his ballhawking skills and grabbing all of them. He just barely missed that one, but secures the next two. Last throw coming, he has to dive for it... what a catch! Amazing athleticism there! All in all it's 9 catches for Christophe.

 

Trustworthy Dan is up next, and what's this? Is that TWO Trustworthy Dans? Something just doesn't add up here. The two Dans split up, and between the two of them, they caught all 10 passes. Officials are now heading down to the field to investigate this... ah. It seems that one of the Trustworthy Dan's was actually Suspicious Dave in disguise! Officials rule only the balls caught by the real Dan count. Thus his official score is 5 catches.

 

Porom Mysidia comes up next. And oof. Well, we finally see why it's her brother that plays receiver and not her! She can't hold on to a thing! Overall she manages just 2 catches. Not pretty.

 

Now comes Djibril Kabore. This is a drill made just for him, and he makes it look easy. Catch after catch. He's 9 for 9 going into the last one. It's a bit far ahead of him... he goes to make the dive...

 

Spoiler

it's just out of reach! He ties Christophe with 9 catches.

 

Roman Sanguszko is up next, and it's not pretty, but he puts the other linebackers to shame. 6 catches total.

 

Marques Hampton-Hill comes to the field, and he's looking a bit winded out there. He's not getting to every pass, but he is getting his hands on them when he does. Overall he manages just 4 catches.

 

Up next is Jeff Sanchez. He's getting a good jump on some balls, but he's a step late on others. He manages to get 5 in all.

 

Lamarcus Oshiomogho is the last one here. Our interception leader this past season, Oshiomogho makes things look easy at first, getting the first 4 catches. He looks a bit gassed after that though, and he struggles from there on. Ultimately he ends up with 5 total catches.

 

We're coming towards the end now, tune in next for our final event, and I've heard breaking news that Anderson Muller will be joining the fellow players in the Multiple Catch drill! Is he planning on a position change? Find out, only on EFL Network!

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It's the Multiple Catch Drill! Our final event of the night. Each of our players will get 10 throws. Let's get started! Dewey Jackson leads things off. He catches the first two, then it looks like he wasn't ready to move as he gets a bad break on the next one. He gets it together after that and catches things like a pro. He totals 8 catches.

 

Palom Mysidia is up next, and he does a better job than his sister did. He gets his hands on most of them, and overall hauls in 7 catches.

 

Desmond King comes in after him. He gets the first two, and no problem with the next one on his right, but he struggles on the next one to his left. The pattern continues through the rest of the drill, catching everything when he breaks right, but missing them all going left. 6 total catches.

 

Now it's Anderson Muller, our unexpected entrant to the drill! He looks nervous and drops the first one point blank. He gets the second one ok, but after that he's a mess. Misses the 3rd one, then the 4th, then the 5th. He goes for the 6th one and he can't hang on. Muller tears off his helmet and slams it in the dirt. He's done for the day and he's walking out of the stadium.

 

Jan Karol Chodkiewicz is up next, and he does adequately for a running back. Not the surest of hands, but he hangs on to 6 catches.

 

Finally to cap things off comes Marcus Iaquinta, the top receiving back in the nation this season. Iauinta shows why here as he makes it look effortless. He doesn't get them all but he does get 8 catches total.

 

And that concludes things here at the S13 EFL Draft Combine! Thank you all for coming out, and good luck to all our draftees!

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Thanks @omgitshim for the presentation. I enjoyed it and I look forward to watching the next couple of seasons even if I'm not in the NCAA.

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7 hours ago, Enorama said:

With us moving towards position specific drills, this'll be the last one I update.

 

Congrats @diamond_ace for being the only one to beat me.

 

OR OP Player Position School 40 yard dash Bench Press Vertical Jump Broad Jump 3 Cone Drill Wonderlic
OR OP       Time Rank Reps Rank Height Rank Distance Rank Time Rank Score Rank
1 76 Porom Mysidia SS Miami 4.33 1 2 17 41 3 127 9 6.73 2 38 4
2 74 Jean Christophe FS USC 4.46 7 11 10 40.5 5 128 7 6.86 4 37 5
3 73 Djibril Kabore CB Notre Dame 4.49 10 12 9 40 7 131 3 6.98 6 36 6
4 71 Marcus Iaquinta RB Miami 4.5 11 24 6 41 3 135 2 7.05 10 32 8
5 66 Dewey Jackson WR Notre Dame 4.37 3 8 14 41.5 2 136 1 7.27 14 22 14
5 66 Mike McBuckets LB Michigan 4.58 15 27 2 38.5 9 128 7 6.67 1 27 11
5 66 Jan Karol Chodkiewicz RB Oregon 4.38 4 10 11 39.5 8 127 9 6.81 3 31 9
8 65 Lamarcus Oshiomogho FS Notre Dame 4.38 5 9 13 38.5 9 129 5 7.01 8 35 7
9 63 Palom Mysidia WR USC 4.41 6 1 18 40.5 5 129 5 7.05 10 41 2
10 61 Desmond King RB USC 4.34 2 6 15 43 1 125 11 6.99 7 15 17
11 58 Jeff Sanchez FS Texas 4.54 12 16 8 38 11 130 4 6.97 5 18 16
12 47 Clint Bobsky LB Michigan 4.47 8 26 3 34.5 14 119 15 7.06 13 25 13
13 46 Trustworthy Dan LB Alabama 4.56 13 25 4 35 13 122 12 7.05 10 27 11
14 42 Lukas Cold LB USC 4.48 9 25 4 36 12 122 12 100 18 20 15
15 40 Roman Sanguszko LB Oregon 4.57 14 23 7 32.5 17 115 16 7.04 9 31 9
16 36 Anderson Muller QB USC 4.86 17 10 11 34.5 14 115 16 7.38 16 42 1
17 34 Marques Hampton-Hill LB Miami 4.6 16 35 1 33.5 16 120 14 7.37 15 10 18
18 24 Gavin Rose QB Michigan 5.16 18 5 16 30.5 18 110 18 7.58 17 41 2

That's why I did the Wonderlic myself and submitted it, because I knew I'd score well enough for it to mostly cross over. To be fair, I actually got a 45, so it didn't fully cross over since neither twin got that high, but it makes sense that they had to make the QBs best at it.

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loll dan and dave shenanigans at the combine sound perfectly in line with them

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