Combine 40-times and practice notes:Tight End

A very fast and talented group of tight ends took to the turf of the RCA Dome this morning. Records were broken and several prospects significantly improved their draft stock.

 
Full Name School Ht Wt 40-1 40-2
Troy Bienemann Washington State 6045 256 INJ  
Dominique Byrd USC 6035 255 DNR  
Owen Daniels Wisconsin 6033 253 4.69 4.71
Charles Davis Purdue 6032 254 4.91 4.93
Vernon Davis Maryland 6054 263 4.41 4.39
Timothy Day Oregon 6032 256 4.78 4.87
Anthony Fasano Notre Dame 6041 259 DNR  
Daniel Fells Cal-Davis 6033 259 4.92 4.94
Matt Henshaw Florida State 6043 248 4.78 4.81
Jeff King Virginia Tech 6051 245 4.81 4.86
Joe Klopfenstein Colorado 6056 255 4.65 4.71
Marcedes Lewis UCLA 6063 261 4.84 4.87
Tim Massaquoi Michigan 6025 259 INJ  
Garret Mills Tulsa 6011 241 4.68 4.64
Jason Pociask Wisconsin 6030 266 4.85 4.82
Leonard Pope Georgia 6076 258 4.65 4.66
Tony Scheffler Western Michigan 6053 264 4.56 4.53
Quinn Sypniewski Colorado 6064 268 4.84 4.80
David Thomas Texas 6031 252 4.70 4.72
Cooper Wallace Auburn 6035 251 4.75 4.83
T.J. Williams North Carolina State 6023 259 4.75 4.73

Practice Notes:

After a spectacular forty time, Vernon Davis was flawless during the pass catching drills.  He displayed terrific route running skill, good adjustment and consistently out ran the passes thrown to him by the practice quarterbacks.  When Davis completed 33-reps on the bench yesterday he purposely went last.  Davis admitted showing up late so he could find out what the previous best by a tight end was and beat the number.

Notre Dame tight end Anthony Fasano also had a solid pass catching workout.  Playing with good balance Fasano was on the money all day.  Scouts did have a bit of a laugh at his expense.  After declining to run the 40-yard dash, Fasano took part in one pass catching drill where tight ends run the length of the field and quarterbacks fire passes to them at different intervals.  Scouts mused why Fasano would not run the 40 but took part in this drill...which is 53-yards!

Joe Klopfenstein looked very natural all morning and solidified himself as a second round pick.  Scouts were quick to pint out Klopfenstein's blocking improved significantly at the Senior Bowl.

Garret Mills looked good during the morning session as well.

After running poor forty's, Timothy Day and Marcedes Lewis practiced significantly faster.


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