Guess these Redskins based on their Combine performances
This Redskins veteran totally dominated in his appearance at the Combine in the mid-2000s.
The pass catcher scorched the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.38 seconds, posted a 42-inch vertical jump and benched 225 pounds a whopping 33 times.
Who is it?
Answer: Vernon Davis
A 4.38 40 is ridiculous for a receiver or running back. But for a tight end? It's downright freakish.
Davis may be 33 now, but as evidenced by his production with the Burgundy and Gold in 2017, he's still close to the shape he was in coming out of Maryland in 2006.
NFL.com called this Redskin "one of the fastest straight-line" players to ever enter the draft at his position.
Like Davis, he doesn't line up at a traditional speed position, but like Davis, there's no denying how fast he can run.
Think you got it?
Answer: Zach Brown
Brown's 40 wasn't as nutty as Davis' was, but his time of 4.5 seconds was still faster than the times that DeAndre Hopkins, Le'Veon Bell and Kareem Hunt registered in their Combine appearances.
Now, if only the Redskins could re-sign the defender before he bolts elsewhere.
This youngster isn't an offensive lineman but he put up more reps on the bench than all but for O-linemen did in a recent Combine.
When comparing him with other guys at his position, his 30 reps pummeled the next-closest guy, who finished with a paltry 24.
Answer: Samaje Perine
Perine says he once lifted a car in college so a woman could change the tire on it.
Therefore, it should come as no surprise that he breezed through the bench press portion of the Combine.
Only one other player at this Redskin's position jumped as high as he did at the annual event in Indianapolis. With a 41-inch vertical, you can safely assume the man in question has no issue dunking a basketball.
And the answer is...
Answer: Josh Doctson
Doctson's leaping prowess was obvious on a few of his touchdowns in his second season, including the first of his career where he football-posterized David Amerson of the Raiders.
The Redskins, meanwhile, are hoping he can make a big jump in between his second and third years.
Player 5 is a large man who moves like a small one.
During his time in Indy, this defender posted the best 3-cone drill time out of anyone at his position, proving he has no problem changing direction at a moment's notice.
Answer: Preston Smith
It may not have happened as fast as that 7.07 3-cone time from 2015, but Smith has quickly become one of the league's top, young pass rushers.
Since he turned pro, no other player matches or exceeds his stat line of 20.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and three picks.