Indianapolis, March 3, 2020 -- EXOS athletes just wrapped the 2020 NFL combine events after eight weeks of training and preparation, which includes corrective work and detailed nutrition plans in addition to their speed and strength training. Between the 95 EXOS athletes who participated in the combine, there were 214 top-15 performances across the six drills and 17 No. 1 performances for position groups.
Jonathan Taylor (RB, Wisconsin), Albert Owkuegbunam (TE, Missouri), James Smith-Williams (DL, North Carolina State), and Javelin K. Guidry (DB, University of Utah) all had the No. 1 performance for their positions in the 40-yard dash. Guidry stunned, finishing in 4.29s — one of only two athletes at the 2020 NFL combine to break 4.3s.
Meanwhile, in the 3-cone drill, Denzel Mims (Baylor) snagged the best overall time at 6.66s, which was also the No. 1 performance for a wide receiver. Ezra Cleveland (Boise State) had the No. 1 performance for an offensive lineman at 7.26s. Jeff Okudah (Ohio State) also shined. He finished with two No. 1 performances for a defensive back, jumping 11’3″ in the broad jump and 41″ in the vertical jump.
“The guys put in the work and preparation, and it paid off in Indy,” says Trent Wilfinger, senior vice president of EXOS’ sports division. “We’re grateful to be able to support these athletes throughout the draft process and look forward to continuing that support at the next level.”
Here’s the full rundown.
No. 1 overall 3-cone drill — Denzel Mims — 6.66s
5 of the top 15 overall performances in the 40-yard dash
4 of the top 15 overall performances in the bench press
3 of the top 15 overall performances in the vertical jump
7 of the top 15 overall performances in the broad jump
3 of the top 15 overall performances in the 20-yard shuttle
4 of the top 15 overall performances in the 3-cone drill
Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin — 4.39s
Albert Owkuegbunam, TE, Missouri — 4.49s
James Smith-Williams, DL, North Carolina State — 4.60s
Javelin K. Guidry, DB, University of Utah — 4.29s (Overall EXOS record)
Quintez Cephus, WR, University of Wisconsin — 23 reps
Josiah Deguara, TE, University of Cincinnati — 25 reps
Kamren Curl, S, Arkansas — 24 reps
Jeff Okudah, DB, Ohio State — 41″
Harrison Hand, DB, Temple University — 41″
Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech — 10′ 5″
Jeff Okudah, DB, Ohio State — 11′ 3″
Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor — 6.66s
Ezra Cleveland, OL, Boise State — 7.26s
Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Oregon State — 4.12s
Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech — 4.19s
Ezra Cleveland, OL, Boise State — 4.46s
Alex Highsmith, DL, Charlotte — 4.31s
Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame — 4.08s