This week, 324 players from 106 schools went to Indianapolis for the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine. All of these players were looking to improve their draft stock while possibly finding their future NFL team in the process.

Over the past two days, we’ve compiled the top results from the quarterbacks, receivers, tight ends, running backs and offensive linemen who took part in on-field drills. Below are each of the top individual performances from Indianapolis, as several players surely improved their draft stocks by virtue of their performances. 

Fans should also check out our complete NFL Draft coverage throughout the next several weeks ahead of the 2022 draft.

Defensive backs

Notable 40-yard dash times

CB Kalon Barnes (Baylor): 4.29CB Tariq Woolen (Texas-San Antonio): 4.30CB Jalyn Armour-Davis (Alabama): 4.39CB Zyon McCollum (Sam Houston State): 4.40CB Damarri Mathis (Pittsburgh): 4.40CB Cobie Durant (South Carolina State): 4.41CB Alontae Taylor (Tennessee): 4.41CB Sauce Gardner (Cincinnati): 4.41CB Josh Thompson (Texas): 4.43CB Cam Taylor-Britt (Nebraska): 4.45CB Trent McDuffie (Washington): 4.46

Notable bench press reps

S Yusuf Corker (Kentucky): 23S Jaquan Brisker (Penn State): 22S Kolby Harvell-Peel (Oklahoma): 21S Kerby Joseph (Illinois): 18CB Jaylen Watson (Washington State): 18CB Damarion Williams (Houston): 17CB Coby Bryant (Cincinnati): 17

Notable broad jumps

S Lewis Cine (Georgia): 11’1″S Kyle Hamilton (Notre Dame): 10’11″S Nick Cross (Maryland): 10’10″S JT Woods (Baylor): 10’8″S Leon O’Neal (Texas A&M): 10’5″S Smoke Monday (Auburn): 10’4″S Jaquan Brisker (Penn State): 10’4″

Barnes blazes

Baylor’s Kalon Barnes entered the combine widely considered one of the most physically gifted defensive backs of the class, and he proved that in the 40, posting one of the fastest times in combine history. Barnes has apparently run in the 4.1s as well.


Notable 40-yard dash times



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