Beavs' Brandin Cooks an NFL Combine blur

WIDE RECEIVER BRANDIN COOKS posted an impressive 40 time at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. But his 60-yard shuttle did more than turn heads -- it is believed to be the fastest time anyone has ever clocked at the Combine.

Brandin Cooks set the all-time 60-yard combine mark with a time of 10.72.

NFL combine records have been kept since 2006.

Cooks also posted a 4.33 in the 40, fastest among all receivers.

That 40 time also tied for seventh among WRs since 2006. The only faster time from a Pac-12 receiver in that time was from Jason Hill in 2007 (4.32; WSU).

It is the second fastest 40 time among all participants (RB Dri Archer out of Kent State clocked a 4.26.)

And Cooks also put up a 3.81 in the 20-yard shuttle, the best out of any combine performer so far in 2014.

Cooks, who measured in at 5-10, put up 16 reps in the bench press and had a vertical leap of 36-inches.

Cooks also logged a 6.76 in the 3-cone drill and a 120-inch effort in the broad jump.


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