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Pac-12 at the combine -- Friday recap

2/20/2015

A large chunk of my day was spent watching large human beings run 40 yards in spandex. I'd call the whole exercise pointless, but that would require me to come to grips with the fact that I woke up earlier than I would have otherwise to watch something that is pointless and I'm just not ready for that.

Six Pac-12 players were expected to participate in the NFL combine's first day of on-field activities. Here's how they fared:

Offensive linemen

OG Jamil Douglas, Arizona State: Nothing popped out about Douglas' day, but he did turn in an impressive 10-yard split in his 40-yard dash -- which is actually more applicable for a lineman.

40-yard dash: 5.25 seconds (21 of 40)

Bench press: 28 reps (t-10 of 37)

Vertical jump: 29 inches (t-19 of 38)

Broad jump: 99 inches (t-21 of 36)

3 cone drill: 7.99 seconds (19 of 37)

20-yard shuttle: n/a

OT Jake Fisher, Oregon: Fisher had the most notable day of the Pac-12 contingent, coming in with the fastest times in the 3-cone drill and 20-yard shuttle and second-best marks in the 40-yard dash and vertical jump.

40-yard dash: 5.01 seconds (2 of 40)

Bench press: 25 reps (t-20 of 37)

Vertical jump: 32.5 inches (t-2 of 38)

Broad jump: n/a

3 cone drill: 7.25 seconds (1 of 32)

20-yard shuttle: 4.33 seconds (1 of 37)

OT Andrus Peat, Stanford: Peat elected not participate in the bench press and was good enough in the other events. There wasn't anything about his day that should alter any preconceived notions about him.

40-yard dash: 5.18 second (12 of 40)

Bench press: n/a

Vertical jump: 31 inches (t-8 of 38)

Broad jump: 105 inches (13 of 36)

3 cone drill: 8.01 (21 of 32)

20-yard shuttle: 4.62 (t-10 of 37)

OG Jeremiah Poutasi, Utah: Poutasi's decision to declare for the draft was surprising and he didn't help his cause with a below-average performance Friday. Other than in the bench press, he ranked near the bottom in nearly every category.

40-yard dash: 5.32 seconds (24 of 40)

Bench press: 26 reps (t-13 of 37)

Vertical jump: 26.5 inches (t-29 of 38)

Broad jump: 95 inches (32 of 36)

3 cone drill: 8.09 seconds (t-24 of 32)

20-yard shuttle: 4.89 (33 of 37)

C Hroniss Grasu, Oregon: Considered one of the draft's top center prospects, Grasu was at the combine but did not participate in on-field drills.

Tight End

Randall Telfer, USC: Telfer only participated in the bench press (20 reps).