INDIANAPOLIS, March 10, 2016 -- EXOS' 103 supported athletes turned in top performances at the 2016 NFL combine, including two combine best performances, three combine position records, 18 position best performances, 223 top ranked performances, and seven of the top 10 fastest athletes in the 40-yard dash.
Daniel Lasco, running back, California, had the best overall vertical jump of all participants with a 41.5″ effort, and his broad jump of 11′ 3″ was the top combine performance, breaking the running back broad jump record. T.J. Green, safety, Clemson, broke the safety position record in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.34 seconds, and Alex McCalister, defensive end, Florida, recorded a time of 4.00 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle to break the position record in that drill.
“It was great to see all the hard work of our athletes pay off at the combine,” said Trent Wilfinger, EXOS vice president of pro/elite sports. “We’re lucky to work with the top agents who trust us to support their clients’ draft and performance goals, and we look forward to seeing more great performances at pro days as the NFL draft approaches.”
Since its inception in 1999, EXOS has trained seven No. 1 picks for the NFL draft, 118 first-rounders, and 595 total selections.
We’re proud to have supported the hard work and dedication of our 103 athletes who competed at the NFL combine and look forward to continuing to support them as they prepare for the NFL draft. See how these athletes trained in our combine and pro day training album.
EXOS-supported athletes leading their position groups included:
Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame – 4.32s, No. 2 overall
Jonathan Jones, DB, Auburn – 4.33s, No. 3 overall
J. Green, S, Clemson – 4.34s, No. 4 overall, position record
Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State – 4.47s
Charles Tapper, DL, Oklahoma – 4.59s
Jason Spriggs, OL, Indiana – 4.94s
Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan State – 20 reps
Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma – 20 reps
Daniel Lasco, RB, California – 41.5”, No. 1 overall
Josh Doctson, WR, TCU – 40”, No.2 overall
Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma – 41″, No. 2 overall
Travis Feeney, LB, Washington – 40″
Daniel Lasco, RB, California – 11′ 3”, No. 1 overall, position record
Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State – 11′ 1″, No. 2 overall
Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn – 11′, No. 3 overall
Alex McCalister, DE, Florida – 10′ 8″
Jason Spriggs, OL, Indiana – 9′ 7″
Tavon Young, DB, Temple – 3.93
Alex McCalister, DE, Florida – 4.00s, position record