PHOENIX, March 10, 2017 -- EXOS athletes showcased their strength, power, speed, and explosiveness at the 2017 NFL combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis this year, as the 95 supported athletes produced a record 292 top performances across their position groups.

Two EXOS-supported athletes put in overall leading performances. Kevin King, CB, Washington, led all athletes in the 3-cone drill (6.56s) and 20-yard shuttle (3.89s), while Isaac Asiata, G, Utah, tied for the top overall spot in the bench press with 35 reps. EXOS athletes also posted top overall performances across 26 position tests, including two position records in the broad jump by Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech (11’ 2”), and Haason Reddick, DE, Temple (11’ 1”).

“In addition to the great testing performances, our athletes performed exceptionally well in their position-specific drills and team interviews,” said Adam Farrand, vice president of pro/elite sports at EXOS. “Our total preparation concept brings former NFL players, coaches, and scouts, as well as media and Wonderlic prep specialists to ensure our athletes are prepared for every aspect of the combine. The guys put in the work over eight weeks, and the results showed.”

Along with the 95 athletes who participated at the combine, 55 other athletes who spent eight weeks training at EXOS will be putting their hard work on display at their pro days.

“EXOS is proud to have supported 95 athletes that produced 292 top performances at this year’s combine,” said Trent Wilfinger, senior vice president of elite sports at EXOS. “Our guys worked extremely hard these last few months, and it was great to see it pay off in Indianapolis.”

Overall performances

  • Isaac Asiata, G, Utah – 35 reps, No.1 overall bench press
  • Kevin King, CB, Washington – 6.56s, No.1 overall 3-cone shuttle
  • Kevin King, CB, Washington – 3.89s, No.1 overall 20-yard shuttle
  • Four of the Top 10 overall 40-yard dash performances
  • Four of the Top 10 overall bench press performances
  • Five of the Top 10 overall vertical jump
  • Five of the Top 10 overall broad jump
  • Three of the Top 10 overall 3-cone shuttle
  • Six of the Top 10 overall 20-yard shuttle


Position No.1 performances

40-yard dash

  • Evan Engram, TE, Ole Miss – 4.42s
  • Aviante Collins, OL, TCU – 4.81s
  • Haason Reddick, DL, Temple – 4.52s
  • Jabrill Peppers, LB, Michigan – 4.46s


Bench press

  • Isaac Asiata, OL, Utah – 35 reps
  • Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland – 24 reps
  • Ben Gedeon, LB, Michigan – 27 reps
  • Brendan Langley, DB, Lamar – 22 reps


Vertical jump

  • Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech – 39”
  • Nico Siragusa, OL, San Diego State – 32”
  • Ahkello Witherspoon, DB, Colorado – 40.5”


Broad jump

  • Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech – 11’ 2”, position record
  • Haason Reddick, DL, Temple – 11’ 1”, position record
  • Jabrill Peppers, LB, Michigan, and T.J. Watt, LB, Wisconsin – 10’ 8”
  • Fabian Moreau, DB, UCLA – 11’ 4”


3-cone shuttle

  • O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama – 6.85s
  • Kevin King, DB, Washington – 6.56s
  • Desmond King, S, Iowa – 6.67s


20-yard shuttle

  • Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech – 4.08s
  • Kevin King, DB, Washington – 3.89s
  • Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State, and Ryan Switzer, WR, North Carolina – 4.00s
  • O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama – 4.16s
  • Ben Gedeon, LB, Michigan, and T.J. Watt, LB, Wisconsin – 4.13s


60-yard shuttle

  • O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama – 11.46s
  • Shalom Luani, S, Washington State – 11.22s
  • T.J. Watt, LB, Wisconsin – 11.20s
  • Kevin King, DB, Washington – 11.14s