2019 NFL RB results: Cam Akers and Jonathan Taylor steal the spotlight in field training

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2019 NFL RB results: Cam Akers and Jonathan Taylor steal the spotlight in field training


INDIANAPOLIS – The runners took to the field on Friday evening at Lucas Oil Stadium. Ohio State Dobbins J.K. did not play, which meant the scene was ready for Georgian D’Andre Swift and Jonathan Taylor of Wisconsin to perform. At the end of the evening, Cam Akers of Taylor and the State of Florida continued to build a positive story. here is initial weighing measurements.

We’ve covered you with the winners and losers of the day’s workouts for each position group; here are our takeaways.

Running back measures

Salvon ahmed 4.62 34.5 “ 120 “
Cam Akers 4.47 35.5 “ 122 “
Jet anderson 4.61 36 “ 128 “
Levante Bellamy 4.50 39.5 “ 125 “
Eno Benjamin 4.57 39 “ 122 “ 6.97
Raymond Calais 4.42 37.5 “ 120 “
DeeJay Dallas 4.58 33.5 “ 119 “ 7.18
AJ Dillon 4.53 41 “ 131 “ 7.19
J.K. Dobbins
Rico Dowdle 4.54 38 “ 127 “
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 4.60 39.5 “ 123 “
Darrynton Evans 4.41 37 “ 125 “
JaMychal Hasty 4.55 39 “ 123 “
Brian Herrien 4.62 38.5 “ 126 “ 7.12
Tony Jones 4.68 32.5 “ 119 “ 7.18
Joshua Kelley 4.49 31 “ 121 “ 6.95
Javon Leake 4.65 34 “ 125 “
Benny LeMay 4.75 28.5 “ 112 “
Anthony McFarland 4.44 29.5 “ 116 “
Zack Moss 4.65 33 “
Sewo Olonilua 4.66 36 “ 123 “
Lamine perine 4.62 35 “ 118 “ 7.13
Scottie Phillips 4.56 30 “ 114 “ 7.40
James Robinson 4.64 40 “ 125 “ 7.03
D’Andre Swift 4.48 35.5 “ 121 “
J.J. Taylor 4.61 34.5 “ 118 “ 7.00
Jonathan Taylor 4.39 36 “ 123 “ 7.01
Patrick Taylor 4.57 34 “ 123 “
Ke’Shawn Vaughn 4.51 32 “ 117 “
Mike Warren

RB winners

Cam Akers, Florida State. Akers measured well at the start of the week and only built on this Friday evening. The Seminoles’ offensive line didn’t help Akers much in 2019, but it does make it clear that he deserves to be mentioned as one of the draft’s best hopes. He looked very explosive during the last exercises.

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Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin. Like Akers, Taylor produced measurable ideals and then delivered exceptional performance in the field. Teams are concerned about his heavy workload in college, but it’s hard to ignore talent.

Joshua Kelley, UCLA. Kelley is expected to continue to gain ground as a candidate at all levels in the NFL. He measured well earlier this week, then tested well in all categories. The people of UCLA will stamp Kelley because he is a hard worker.

AJ Dillon, Boston College. Dillon is certainly not one of my favorite running back hopes. A player of his size should be more physical and more difficult to face. It is difficult to ignore the figures he produced on Friday evening in relation to his size. He performed well.

Losers RB

Any ball carrier who has run slower than 4.6. In the past five years, 14 runners have received All-Pro honors from at least one media. None of them ran 4.6 seconds or slower in their 40-yard NFL combine run.

D’Andre Swift, Georgia. Swift didn’t have a bad night but a few players behind him are starting to close the gap. Will he be able to repel them and be the first draft?



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