Antonio Richardson: Durability, agility, more

A look at the agility and durability reports for T Antonio Richardson, along with his high school and personal history.

No injuries listed.

5.30 in the 40-yard dash…1.89 10-yard dash…3.07 20-yard dash…4.78 20-yard shuttle…
7.71 three-cone drill…24 ½-inch vertical jump…7'-10" broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 35 times…480-pound bench press…570-pound squat…385-pound power clean… 35-inch arm length…10 ¼-inch hands…87 ½-inch wingspan.

Antonio Richardson graduated from Pearl-Cohn HIGH SCHOOL in Nashville, Tennessee, but did not play football at the school after transferring to the campus during his senior season due to academic reasons…Lettered three times in football at Nashville's Ensworth High School…During his junior year in 2009, he led an offensive line that did not give up any sacks… regarded him as the best player in the state and the seventh-best offensive tackle in the country, along with placing him 74th on the Rivals250 list… called Richardson the nation's 18th-best offensive tackle and ESPN had him rated eighth, as both of those services accorded him four-star prospect status…Earned All-State Division 2-AA and All-Mid State honors. He was named to the Mobile Press-Register's Southeast 120 team, where he ranked 25th…Due to TSSAA rules, he was ineligible to play for Pearl-Cohn, as he was required to sit out one year after transferring within 20 miles…Did manage to play in one more contest before joining the University of Tennessee program in 2011… Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, he also competed for the 2011 U.S. Under-19 National Team in the Team USA vs. The World game.

Richardson is majoring in Communications…Nicknamed "Tiny"…Son of Lanny Richardson…Born Antonio James Richardson on 2/24/92 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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