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2018 Combine Workout Warriors: Defensive Linemen

INDIANAPOLIS —Defensive linemen hit the turf Sunday for on-field drills at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.

Defensive ends showed off in agility drills, and defensive tackles showed their strength in the bench press on Saturday.

Players such as North Carolina State's Bradley Chubb, Florida's Taven Bryan, Texas-San Antonio's Marcus Davenport, Ohio State's Sam Hubbard and Stanford's Harrison Phillips all fared well.

Here are top performers among defensive linemen:

40-yard dash

Combine position record: Manny Lawson, North Carolina State, 4.43 seconds in 2006

  1. Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio, 4.58
  1. Ade Aruna, Tulane, 4.60
  1. Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State, 4.65
  1. Rasheem Green, Southern Cal, 4.73
  1. John Franklin-Myers, Stephen F. Austin, 4.75

Bench press (225 pounds)

Combine position record: Stephen Paea, 49 reps in 2011

  1. Harrison Phillips, Stanford, 42
  1. Vita Vea, Washington, 41

T3. B.J. Hill, North Carolina State, 35

T3. Deandrin Senat, South Florida, 35

  1. Foley Fatukasi, Connecticut, 33

Broad jump

Combine position record: Haason Reddick, Temple, 11 feet, 1 inches in 2017

  1. Ade Aruna, Tulane, 10-8
  1. Marcus Davenport, UTSA, 10-4
  1. Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State, 10-1
  1. Taven Bryan, Florida, 9-11
  1. Rasheem Green, USC, 9-10

Vertical jump

Combine position record: Mark Anderson, Alabama, 42 inches in 2006

  1. Ade Aruna, Tulane, 38.5
  1. Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State, 36
  1. James Looney, California, 35.5

T4. Taven Bryan, Florida, 35

T4. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State, 35

  1. Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio, 33.5

3-cone drill

Combine position record: Sam Acho, Texas, 6.69 seconds in 2011

  1. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State, 6.84
  1. Taven Bryan, Florida, 7.12
  1. Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio, 7.20
  1. Rasheem Green, Southern Cal, 7.24

T5. B.J. Hill, North Carolina State, 7.28

T5. Harrison Phillips, Stanford, 7.28

20-yard shuttle

Combine position record: Alex McCallister, Florida, 4.00 seconds in 2016

  1. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State, 4.32
  1. James Looney, California, 4.37
  1. Rasheem Green, Southern Cal, 4.39

T4. Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State, 4.41

T4. Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio, 4.41

60-yard shuttle

Combine position record: Manny Lawson, North Carolina State, 11.08 seconds in 2006

  1. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State, 11.61

Note: Hubbard was the only player to participate in this event.

Monday is the final day of on-field drills at the combine. Defensive backs will be the final group.

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