The NFL Combine field drills are set to kick off Friday with running backs, offensive linemen and specialists running (and jumping) around at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
With the physical trials set to get underway, it's only appropriate to appreciate the history of those drills. After all, the whole point of the annual "Underwear Olympics" is to compare prospects' skills from the present to the past.
The current Jaguars roster features several notable athletes who have left their individual marks on the event. From positional records to all-time marks, Jacksonville's roster is well-represented in the NFL Combine history books.
- Ramsey's 2016 vertical jump of 41.5 inches is tied for the fifth-best mark at the cornerback position since 2006.
- The cornerback's 11'3" broad jump is tied for third-best at the position dating back to 2006.
- Smith owns the eighth-fastest 40-yard dash time at the linebacker position since 2012. In 2014, Smith ran a 4.52 at the NFL Combine.
- Bohanon owns the running back/fullback record for the bench press in Indianapolis. In 2013, Bohanon posted 36 reps of 225 pounds.
- Strong owns the fourth-best vertical jump for the wide receiver position since 2012. He jumped 42 inches in 2015.
- Myrick posted the second-fastest 40-yard dash time at last year's NFL Combine. His 4.28 time was the best of any defensive player and was second only to first-round wide receiver John Ross, who completed the run in 4.22, which is the all-time record.
- Myrick's 4.28 time was the fourth-best overall time since 2012. It was tied for fifth-best since 2006.
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