Georgia football owned the NFL Combine in Indy.
After winning the 2021 National Championship, some Georgia football players were back in Indianapolis this week. The NFL held their annual Combine and 14 former Bulldogs were invited to take part in it. That was more invitations than any other school received. The former Georgia stars took full advantage and became the talk of the entire event.
In fact, NFL Network’s Peter Schrager said, “I think this Combine might be remembered as the Georgia Bulldogs Combine.” Daniel Jeremiah added, “The Georgia Bulldogs won a National Championship, I think they just won a Combine Championship.” These are huge compliments for Georgia football and its strength and conditioning staff.
The measurements for each of the Georgia football players:
Jake Camarda, P, Height: Weight: 193 lbs Arms: 30 1/2″ Hands: 9 1/2″
James Cook, RB, Height: 5′ 11″ Weight: 199 lbs Arms: 30 3/4″ Hands: 9 3/8″
Lewis Cine, S, Height: 6′ 2″ Weight: 199 lbs Arms: 32 1/4″ Hands: 9 3/8″
Jordan Davis, DT, Height: 6′ 6″ Weight: 341 lbs Arms: 34″ Hands: 10 3/4″
Nakobe Dean, ILB, Height: 5′ 11″ Weight: 229 lbs Arms: 31 7/8″ Hands: 9 1/8″
Derion Kendrick, CB, Height: 6′ 0″ Weight: 194 lbs Arms: 31″ Hands: 9 1/8″
George Pickens, WR, Height: 6′ 3″ Weight: 195 lbs Arms: 32 3/8″ Hands: 8 3/4″
Jamaree Salyer, OL, Height: 6′ 3″ Weight: 321 lbs Arms: 33 5/8″ Hands: 10″
Justin Shaffer, OL, Height: 6′ 4″ Weight: 314 lbs Arms: 33 1/4″ Hands: 10″
Channing Tindall, ILB, Height: 6′ 2″ Weight: 230 lbs Arms: 32 7/8″ Hands: 10 5/8″
Quay Walker, ILB, Height: 6′ 4″ Weight: 241 lbs Arms: 32 5/8″ Hands: 9 1/4″
Travon Walker, DE, Height: 6′ 5″ Weight: 272 lbs Arms: 35 1/2″ Hands: 10 3/4″
Zamir White, RB, Height: 6′ 0″ Weight: 214 lbs Arms: 31 1/2″ Hands: 8 1/2″
Devonte Wyatt, DT, Height: 6′ 3″ Weight: 304 lbs Arms: 32 5/8″ Hands: 9 7/8″
The testing numbers for each of the Georgia football players:
The conclusion for Georgia football:
Jordan Davis’ elite athleticism at his size jumps off the page when looking at his numbers. It is absolutely phenomenal that a 6-6 341 pound human being can run 40 yards in under five seconds. It gets even more phenomenal when that same human being can jump 32 inches in the air. Davis is an absolute freak monster.
Speaking of freak athletes, Travon Walker moving like a wide receiver at 272 pounds is ridiculous. Anyone that watched him on film in coverage shouldn’t be surprised by this though. Walker stands 6-5 and with the range that his 4.51 speed gives him he should be a formidable Edge player at the next level. He has the ability to rush the passer or drop back in coverage.
Another big man for Georgia that doesn’t get enough credit is Devonte Wyatt. Overshadowed by Davis for much of his career, Wyatt has been a dominant player for Georgia football. After he ran 4.77 at 304 pounds he showed he has similar athleticism to Davis. Something you could see on film if you watched him.
Quay Walker and Channing Tindall made themselves a lot of money this week. Both have prototypical NFL linebacker size but move like wide receivers. This has been a common theme for these Georgia front seven players. The speed Georgia football had on defense in 2021 was ridiculous. Which makes it easy to see why the unit as a whole was historically good.
Nakobe Dean and Derion Kendrick didn’t test this week in Indy and Jamaree Salyer only did the bench press. These three could be waiting to test on campus during Georgia football’s Pro Day.
Georgia football also sent two running backs to the Combine in Zamir White and James Cook. Running Back University isn’t relinquishing that title anytime soon. Expect White and Cook to be selected in the first two days of the NFL Draft this April.
Staying with the offense, George Pickens blazed a 4.47 in the 40 to show people that he has the speed to go along with his hands. Pickens just may have gotten himself into the first round of the NFL Draft with that run.
Georgia football absolutely knocked it out of the park on another national stage. This not only improved the draft stock of all 14 players involved but will help Georgia continue to recruit at an elite level. Good luck to all of these young men that participated in this year’s NFL Combine. Hopefully, they will all have long and successful NFL careers.