Each player ran a 40-yard dash, a 20-yard pro agility shuttle, did a kneeling powerball toss (in feet) and vertical jump (in inches). The folks at Nike developed a SPARQ rating that combines the results from those four drills based also on height and weight to make a relative determination on the best performance.
The Top 11 performers after the first round reached the finals, where they competed for the championship. 2017 four-star WR Donovan Peoples-Jones from Detroit took home the title.
We've compiled some of the notable results from LSU commits and targets, plus a couple others from the state of Louisiana.
Note: The top three competitors on this table reached the finals. We included the results from their best performance. We also only included players that reported scores in all four events to get a complete SPARQ rating.
*** = LSU commit
|CB Nigel Knott||147.96||4.38||3.94||39.5||46.5|
|LB Jeffrey McCulloch||138.3||4.72||4.0||41||38|
|S Deontay Anderson||130.95||4.41||4.01||38||36.6|
|RB Devin White||128.19||4.49||4.55||44||37.9|
|CB Kyle Meyers||124.86||4.44||4.0||38||39.2|
|CB Shyheim Carter||113.97||4.42||4.13||38||33.1|
|CB Kristian Fulton||112.35||4.57||4.0||34||38.9|
|LB Ben Davis||103.2||4.94||4.54||40||36|
|DT Rashard Lawrence||102.93||5.21||4.7||42.5||29|
|DE Caleb Roddy***||102.81||4.94||4.38||39||32|
|LB Lyndell Wilson||102.6||4.85||4.55||42.5||31.5|
|DE McTelvin Agim||102.27||4.88||4.54||39||32|
|CB Trayvon Mullen||101.49||4.52||4.24||36||35|
|DE Brian Burns||99.84||4.76||4.23||38.5||30.4|
|QB Feleipe Franks***||96.24||4.94||4.41||43||29|
|CB Saivion Smith***||94.05||4.62||4.41||35||36.1|
|DE Erick Fowler***||92.52||4.77||4.41||36||30.7|
|OT Greg Little||86.1||5.75||4.7||37.5||26.1|
---Caleb Roddy had the best SPARQ score of any LSU commit. He boosted his rating more than 13 points from the Regional round.
---Feleipe Franks showed off his arm strength in the powerball portion of the combine. His toss of 43 feet was the farthest of any quarterback.