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NFL Scouting Combine results: Offensive lineman and running back measurables

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Leonard Fournette is a big guy. In fact, he’s the heaviest running back at the combine. The other running back in play for a top 10 pick, Dalvin Cook, is the shortest running back at the combine.

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The NFL Combine is underway and on Wednesday running backs and offensive lineman got weighed in and measured up in front of the NFL scouts, GMs and coaches in attendance. On-the-field workouts don’t begin until Friday, so for now, the event is all about how you size up by look and IQ.

Among the running backs at the Combine, Wyoming's Brian Hill, USC's Justin Davis and Pittsburgh's James Conner are the tallest among the group at 6'1". Florida State back Dalvin Cook, who's expected to be a first round pick, measured in at 5’10”, 210 pounds. His hand span is 9 1/4" and arm span is 32 3/8". The heaviest running back at the Combine is Leonard Fournette, another player expected to be drafted in round one, and a potential top 10 draft pick. Fournette weighed in at 240 pounds, 6-feet tall and had a 9 1/4" hand span and 31 5/8" arm span.

For the offensive lineman, Arkansas' Dan Skipper was the tallest lineman at 6-foot-10, while USC's Zach Banner was the heaviest lineman, weighing in at 353 pounds. On the other end of the spectrum, San Diego State's Daniel Brunskill was the lightest offensive lineman at 273 pounds. As expected, Bucknell's Julie'n Davenport (who we spoke with last week) has the longest arm span at 36 1/2". Another small school product, Erik Austell out of Charleston Southern tied with Oregon State's Sean Harlow for the shortest arm span at 32", which isn’t a good thing for a lineman.

Below are the measurables for the running backs and offensive lineman, via WalterFootball.com.

Running Back NFL Combine Measurables

Player School Height Weight Hand Arm
Player School Height Weight Hand Arm
Christopher Carson Oklahoma State 6'0" 218 9 5/8 33 1/4
Corey Clement Wisconsin 5'10" 220 9 3/4 30 1/2
Tarik Cohen North Carolina A&T 5'6" 179 10 1/8 29 3/4
James Conner Pittsburgh 6'1" 233 9 7/8 31 1/4
Dalvin Cook Florida State 5'10" 210 9 1/4 32 3/8
Justin Davis USC 6'1" 208 9 5/8 31
Matt Dayes N.C. State 5'9" 205 10 1/2 30
D'Onta Foreman Texas 6'0" 233 10 1/8 31 3/8
Leonard Fournette LSU 6'0" 240 9 1/4 31 5/8
Wayne Gallman Clemson 6'0" 215 9 1/8 32 5/8
De'Angelo Henderson Coastal Carolina 5'7" 208 9 1/2 29
Brian Hill Wyoming 6'1" 219 8 7/8 31 3/8
Elijah Hood North Carolina 6'0" 232 9 3/8 30 3/8
Kareem Hunt Toledo 5'10" 216 9 5/8 31 3/8
Aaron Jones UTEP 5'9" 208 9 1/2 32 1/2
Alvin Kamara Tennessee 5'10" 214 9 1/4 32 3/4
T.J. Logan North Carolina 5'9" 196 9 32
Marlon Mack South Florida 5'11" 213 9 32
Christian McCaffrey Stanford 5'11" 202 9 30
Elijah McGuire La.-Lafayette 5'10" 214 9 31
Jeremy McNichols Boise State 5'9" 214 10 31 1/2
Dare Ogunbowale Wisconsin 5'11" 213 9 1/8 31 3/8
Samaje Perine Oklahoma 5'11" 233 10 30 3/8
D.J. Pumphrey San Diego State 5'8" 176 8 1/2 29
Devine Redding Indiana 5'8" 205 9 5/8 29 1/4
Sam Rogers Virginia Tech 5'10" 231 9 3/4 30 1/4
Rushel Shell West Virginia 5'10" 227 9 5/8 30
De'Veon Smith Michigan 5'11" 223 9 29 1/2
Freddie Stevenson Florida State 6'0" 234 9 5/8 32 3/4
Jahad Thomas Temple 5'10" 190 9 30 1/8
Jamaal Williams BYU 6'0" 212 10 31 1/4
Joe Williams Utah 5'11" 210 9 3/8 30 3/4
Stanley Williams Kentucky 5'7" 190 8 5/8 30

Offensive Lineman NFL Combine Measurables

Player School Height Weight Arm
Player School Height Weight Arm
Isaac Asiata Utah 6-3 323 33 3/4
Erik Austell Charleston Southern 6-3 301 32
Zach Banner USC 6-8 353 34 7/8
Adam Bisnowaty Pittsburgh 6-6 304 33 7/8
Garett Bolles Utah 6-5 297 34
Ben Braden Michigan 6-6 329 34
Daniel Brunskill San Diego State 6-5 273 33 7/8
Collin Buchanan Miami-OH 6-5 316 32 3/8
Aviante Collins TCU 6-4 295 33 3/8
Ethan Cooper IUP 6-2 322 32 5/8
Julie'n Davenport Bucknell 6-7 318 36 1/2
Dion Dawkins Temple 6-4 314 35
J.J. Dielman Utah 6-5 309 32 1/4
Jessamen Dunker Tennessee State 6-4 318 33 1/2
Pat Elflein Ohio State 6-3 303 33 1/4
Jermaine Eluemunor Texas A&M 6-4 332 33 1/4
Dan Feeney Indiana 6-4 305 33 3/8
Kyle Fuller Baylor 6-5 306 34
Antonio Garcia Troy 6-6 302 33 3/8
Avery Gennesy Texas A&M 6-3 318 33 5/8
Sean Harlow Oregon State 6-4 303 32
Will Holden Vanderbilt 6-7 311 33 1/4
Danny Isidora Miami 6-3 306 33
Dorian Johnson Pittsburgh 6-5 300 35 1/4
Roderick Johnson Florida State 6-7 298 36
Forrest Lamp Western Kentucky 6-4 309 32 1/4
Javarius Leamon South Carolina State 6-7 332 35 1/4
Cameron Lee Illinois State 6-5 312 33 7/8
Corey Levin Chattanooga 6-4 307 33 1/2
Damien Mama USC 6-3 334 35
Conor McDermott UCLA 6-8 307 34 3/4
Jordan Morgan Kutztown 6-3 309 34 5/8
Taylor Moton Western Michigan 6-5 319 34 1/8
Tyler Orlosky West Virginia 6-3 298 32 1/4
Ethan Pocic LSU 6-6 310 33 1/8
Ryan Ramczyk Wisconsin 6-6 310 33 3/4
Cam Robinson Alabama 6-6 322 35 1/2
Chase Roullier Wyoming 6-4 312 32 1/4
Justin Senior Mississippi State 6-5 331 34
David Sharpe Florida 6-6 343 35 3/8
Nico Siragusa San Diego State 6-4 319 33 1/2
Dan Skipper Arkansas 6-10 309 33 3/8
Sam Tevi Utah 6-5 311 34
Nate Theaker Wayne State 6-5 315 32 5/8
Jon Toth Kentucky 6-5 307 33 5/8
Jerry Ugokwe William & Mary 6-7 321 35 3/8
Chad Wheeler USC 6-7 306 33 1/8