Linebacker Emmanuel Acho (6-1 238) clocked a 4.73 40-yard dash on his first attempt, but appeared headed for a faster attempt on his second run when he pulled up lame, clocking one of the fastest first-10-yard splits of the linebackers in attendance. Still, his other numbers, including 24-bench press repetitions at 225 pounds, a 35.5-inch vertical leap and a 10-foot-6 broad jump, were solid.
Defensive tackle Kheeston Randall measured thinner than expected, at 6-5 293. He then proceeded to put up 28 bench-press reps, run a 5-flat 40-yard dash, jump 34 inches, broad jump 9-11, clocked a 4.84 short shuttle and a 7.49 long shuttle.
Linebacker Keenan Robinson, who bases so much of his game on speed, clocked a slower-than-expected time of 4.79 seconds in the 40. At 6-3 242, Robinson lifted 27 reps, jumped 35.5 inches and broad-jumped 10-8. Don't be shocked if Robinson chooses to retry the 40-yard dash at the upcoming Texas Pro Day later this month.
Running back Fozzy Whittaker was only able to go through the measurements, interviews and the bench press as he continues to recover from his knee injury. He was measured at 5-9 193, and put up a solid 20 reps on the bench.