INDIANAPOLIS -- Here are the best of the best by the numbers at the Scouting Combine through Saturday morning's work:
40-yard dash: Erik McCoy, Texas A&M -- 4.89 seconds
At 303 pounds, McCoy is the first 300-pound offensive lineman to break 4.90 seconds in the 40 since Michigan's Taylor Lewan in 2014 (4.87 seconds).
Bench press: Sua Opeta, Weber State -- 39 repetitions
Opeta's tally was the best for an offensive lineman since North Carolina's Russell Bodine in 2014 (42 repetitions).
Three-cone drill: Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina State -- 7.41 seconds
Bradbury was the only offensive lineman to finish in the top five in the bench press (second, 34 repetitions), the three-cone drill and the 40-yard dash (4.92 seconds).
Vertical jump: Joshua Miles, Morgan State -- 36 inches
According to pro-football-reference.com, Miles had the best vertical jump at the Combine since Air Force center Ben Miller in 2002 (37.5 inches).
Broad jump: Chris Lindstrom, Boston College -- 9 feet, 9 inches
Height: Devon Johnson, Ferris State and Jackson Barton, Utah -- 6-foot-7 1/4 inches
Weight: Johnson -- 338 pounds
Hand size: Ryan Pope, San Diego State -- 11 1/8 inches
Arm length: Martez Ivey, Florida -- 36 1/4 inches
40-yard dash: Justice Hill, Oklahoma State -- 4.40 seconds
This Combine is the second since 2005 (2015 is the other) without a running back that ran the 40 in 4.39 seconds or better.
Bench press: Alex Barnes, Kansas State -- 34 repetitions
According to pro-football-reference.com, the 226-pound Barnes notched the best bench-press performance for any sub-230-pound player since at least 2000, surpassing the 32 repetitions posted by Georgia Southern running back Jerick McKinnon in 2014.
Three-cone drill: Miles Sanders, Penn State -- 6.89 seconds
According to pro-football-reference.com, this was the first year since 2004 in which no running back posted a three-cone drill time of 6.85 seconds or better.
Vertical jump: Hill -- 40 inches
Broad jump: Travis Homer, Miami, Dexter Williams, Notre Dame and Hill -- 10 feet, 10 inches
Height: Alec Ingold (FB), Wisconsin -- 6-foot-1 3/4 inches
Weight: Ingold -- 242 pounds
Hand size: Josh Jacobs, Alabama -- 10 1/8 inches
Arm length: Jalin Moore, Appalachian State -- 32 3/8 inches
40-yard dash: Noah Fant, Iowa -- 4.50 seconds
Fant became the first tight end since Mississippi's Evan Engram in 2017 to run a 40-yard dash time of 4.50 seconds or better. But the 234-pound Engram was also 15 pounds lighter than Fant.
Bench press: Trevon Wesco, West Virginia -- 24 repetitions
Wesco is also the heaviest tight end at this year's Combine.
Three-cone drill: Fant -- 6.81 seconds
Fant's time in this drill is the second best for a tight end in the last six years; only Penn State's Mike Gesicki (6.76 seconds in 2018) was better in that span.
According to pro-football-refrence.com, Fant is one of just two tight ends since 2000 to post a 40-yard dash time of 4.50 seconds or better and a three-cone drill time of under 6.90 seconds (Oklahoma's James Hanna also did this in 2012).
Vertical jump: Fant -- 39 1/2 inches
Fant's vertical is the second-best among tight ends since 2012, only surpassed by Gesicki (41.5 inches).
Broad jump: Fant -- 10 feet, 7 inches
Height: Zach Gentry, Michigan: 6-foot-8 1/8 inches
Weight: Wesco -- 267 pounds
Hand size: Josh Oliver, San Jose State -- 10 3/4 inches
Arm length: Wesco -- 34 1/4 inches