2019 Combine Workout Warriors: Cornerbacks

 vikings.com  03/04/2019 22:51:12 

With that in mind, here were the top performers among cornerbacks at the combine:

Combine position record: Jalen Myrick, Minnesota, 4.28 seconds in 2017

1. Jamel Dean, Auburn, 4.30 seconds

T2. Mark Fields, Clemson, 4.37 seconds

T2. Greedy Williams, LSU, 4.37 seconds

4. Isaiah Johnson, Houston, 4.40 seconds

5. Sean Bunting, Central Michigan, 4.42 seconds

Combine position record: Christopher Houston, Arkansas, 27 reps in 2007

1. Kris Boyd, Texas, 19 reps

T2. Mark Fields, Clemson, 18 reps

T2. Ken Webster, Mississippi, 18 reps

T2. Rock Ya-Sin, Temple, 18 reps

T5. Amani Oruwariye, Penn State, 17 reps

T5. Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt, 17 reps

Combine position record: Byron Jones, Connecticut, 12 feet, 3 inches in 2013

1. Corey Ballentine, Washburn, 11-3

2. Justin Layne, Michigan State, 11-2

T3. Isaiah Johnson, Houston, 11-1

T3. Ken Webster, Mississippi, 11-1

5. Derrek Thomas, Baylor, 10-11

Combine position record: Donald Washington, Ohio State, 45.0 inches in 2009

1. Ken Webster, Mississippi, 43 inches

2. Sean Bunting, Central Michigan, 41.5 inches

3. Jamel Dean, Auburn Cal, 41.0 inches

4. Mike Jackson, Miami, 40.5 inches

T5. Corey Ballentine, Washburn, 39.5 inches

T5. Jordan Brown, South Dakota State, 39.5 inches

Combine position record: J.T. Thomas, Oklahoma, 6.28 seconds in 2010

1. David Long, Michigan, 6.45 seconds

2. Alijah Holder, Stanford, 6.70 seconds

3. Julian Love, Notre Dame, 6.72 seconds

4. Davante Davis, Texas, 6.76 seconds

5. Isaiah Johnson, Houston, 6.81 seconds

Combine position record: Jason Allen, Tennessee, 3.81 seconds in 2006

1. David Long, Michigan, 3.97 seconds

2. Isaiah Johnson, Houston, 4.06 seconds

T3. Kris Boyd, Texas, 4.08 seconds

T3. Montre Hartage, Northwestern, 4.08 seconds

5. Justin Layne, Michigan State, 4.09 seconds

Combine position record: Avonte Maddux, Pittsburgh, 10.72 seconds in 2018

1. Montre Hartage, Northwestern, 11.50 seconds

2. Saivion Smith, Alabama, 11.70 seconds

Note: Only two players participated in the 60-yard shuttle.

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