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2015 NFL Combine Results: Tests and 40 Times for all Offensive Players

The first group of offensive players took the field on Friday for testing, while the skill players are currently working through their drills on Saturday.

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On Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine, the quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers are going through the various athletic tests and position drills on the field. This comes on the heels of Friday's events, which featured the offensive linemen and tight ends.

We'll be keeping track of all of the numbers today as they come in, and you can see them broken down by position below.


Running Backs

Wide Receivers

So far, Phillip Dorsett has the fastest 40-yard dash time, clocking in with a best time of 4.33 seconds. That should come as no surprise.

Tight Ends

On Friday, Maxx Williams put up a respectable performance in the tests, running his 40-yard dash in 4.77 seconds, good for third at the position. Here are the full results from the tight ends.

Offensive Linemen

Jake Fisher (Oregon) and Brandon Scherff (Iowa) arguably stood out the most among the top prospects, but Ali Marpet (Hobart College) actually put up the best 40 time, and was the only lineman to time under 5 seconds.

Stay tuned for more on the measurements, interviews, and drills at the Combine.