Asheville Combine Report

While Asheville teammate Johnny White sat out the day with a hamstring injury, Crezdon Butler was among the mountain boys that shined during Saturday's Shrine Bowl Combine held in Asheville. Butler posted solid combine numbers, but really put on a show during one-on-one passing drills. The passing connection of Josh Johnson and Garrett Sutphen also impressed the crowd.

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Combine's Top Five Performances

Josh Johnson, WR, Avery County, 6'1", 181 lbs.

With the help of quarterback Garrett Sutphen, Johnson dominated opposing defensive backs during one-on-one passing drills. He also answered speed questions by posting 40-yard dash times of 4.38 and 4.50 seconds on the Reynolds track. Additionally, Johnson ran the 20-yard shuttle in 4.41 seconds and did ten repetitions of 185 pounds.

Crezdon Butler, QB, Asheville, 5'11½", 172 lbs.

Another one-on-one passing drill showstopper, Butler was all over the the place catching and throwing passes. He had a solid day in drills with a 4.47-second 40-yard dash, 4.43-second 20-yard shuttle, 33.6-inch vertical jump, and 13 reps of 185 pounds.

Josh Baker, LB, Asheville Roberson, 5'10½", 183 lbs.

If its true that the vertical jump shows athleticism, then Baker, who jumped the day best 37.3 inches, was one of the most athletic players in attendance. He also ran one of the better 20-yard shuttle times of the day -- 4.32 seconds.

Tedrick Harper, DE, Asheville Reynolds, 5'8½", 216 lbs.

For the second week in a row the hosting high school represents with a member on the combine top five. Harper's 4.13-second 20-yard shuttle was the day's second best time. He also rep'd 185 pounds 17 times, vertically jumped 33.5 inches, and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds.

Michael Angram, TB, East Henderson, 5'8", 157 lbs.

A solid day up and down for Angram -- 4.46-second 40-yard dash, 4.41-second 20-yard shuttle, 34.6-inch vertical jump, and 15 repetitions of 185 pounds.

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