NFL Combine Results 2015: Wide Receiver 40 Times

Phillip Dorsett of Miami, Fla., turned in a 40 time of 4.33 seconds, the second-fastest among all wide receivers Saturday at the NFL Combine. (Getty)

Phillip Dorsett of Miami, Fla., turned in a 40 time of 4.33 seconds, the second-fastest among all wide receivers Saturday at the NFL Combine. (Getty)

The NFL Combine is in full swing in Indianapolis.

The speedy wide receivers were timed in the 40-yard dash Saturday, with UAB’s J.J. Nelson turning in a 4.28, the fastest of the day.

Biletnikoff Award winner Amari Cooper of Alabama ran an official time of 4.42 seconds and Miami’s Phillip Dorsett had the second-fastest 40 at 4.33.

Check out all the times below:

Wide Receiver 40 Times

Player, School, Height, Weight and Time

Nelson Agholor, USC, 6’0, 198, 4.42
Mario Alford, West Virginia, 5’8, 180, 4.43
Dres Anderson, Utah, 6’1, 187, Did Not Run
Kenny Bell, Nebraska, 6’1, 197, 4.42
Da’Ron Brown, Northern Illinois, 6’0, 205, 4.54
Kaelin Clay, Utah, 5’10, 195, 4.51
Sammie Coates, Auburn, 6’1, 212, 4.43
Chris Conley, Georgia, 6’2, 213, 4.35
Amari Cooper, Alabama, 6’1, 211, 4.42
Jamison Crowder, Duke, 5’8, 185, 4.56
Davaris Daniels, Notre Dame, 6’1, 201, 4.62
Devante Davis, UNLV, 6’3, 220, 4.57
Geremy Davis, Connecticut, 6’2, 216, Did Not Run
Titus Davis, Central Michigan, 6’1, 196, 4.51
Stefon Diggs, Maryland, 6’0, 195, 4.46
Phillip Dorsett, Miami, Fla., 5’10, 185, 4.33 – see his run below
Devin Funchess, Michigan, 6’4, 232, 4.70
Antwan Goodley, Baylor, 5’10, 209, 4.44
Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri, 6’5, 237, 4.49
Rashad Greene, Florida State, 5’11, 182, 4.53
Rannell Hall, Central Florida, 6’0, 198, 4.60
Justin Hardy, East Carolina, 5’10, 192, 4.56
Josh Harper, Fresno State, 6’1, 191, 4.64
Christion Jones, Alabama, 5’10, 182, 4.63
Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas, 6’4, 214, 4.58
Tony Lippett, Michigan State, 6’2, 192, 4.61
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State, 5’10, 182, 4.40
Deon Long, Maryland, 6’0, 192, 4.51
Tello Luckett, Harding, 6’0, 211, 4.65
Vince Mayle, Washington State, 6’2, 224, 4.67
Tre McBride, William & Mary, 6’0, 210, 4.41
Ty Montgomery, Stanford, 6’0, 221, 4.55
Keith Mumphery, Michigan State, 6’0, 215, 4.54
J.J Nelson, Alabama-Birmingham, 5’10, 156, 4.28 – see his 1st run above
DeVante Parker, Louisville, 6’3, 209, 4.45
Breshad Perriman, Central Florida, 6’2, 212, Did Not Run
Ezell Ruffin, San Diego State, 6’0, 218, 4.68
DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech, 6’2, 226, Did Not Run
Devin Smith, Ohio State, 6’0, 196, 4.42
Jaelen Strong, Arizona State, 6’2, 217, 4.44
Darren Waller, Georgia Tech, 6’6, 238, 4.46
DeAndrew White, Alabama, 5’11, 193, 4.44
Kevin White, West Virginia, 6’3, 215, 4.35
Cam Worthy, East Carolina, 6’2, 211, Did Not Run




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