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Sport 4 Worst Overall NFL Combine Performances of All Time

19:50  24 february  2020
19:50  24 february  2020 Source:   12up.com

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Plenty of can't-miss prospects have royally messed up at the combine. © Joe Robbins/Getty Images Plenty of can't-miss prospects have royally messed up at the combine.

4. Terrell Suggs

a man wearing a uniform: Suggs did not impress the scouts. © MinuteMedia Suggs did not impress the scouts.

Sugg's performance at the 2003 combine was incredibly lackluster. After showing out during his career at Arizona State, the linebacker managed just a 4.84-second 40-yard dash time, and his meek 18 bench press reps left scouts wondering if his stellar college career was nothing more than a fluke. Fortunately for him, the Baltimore Ravens still picked him in the first round. The rest is history.

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3. Antonio Andrews

Antonio Andrews holding a baseball bat: Andrews ended up undrafted after his poor performance. © MinuteMedia Andrews ended up undrafted after his poor performance.

Andrews came into the 2014 combine with high hopes, but he did himself no favors. He posted a sluggish 4.82-second 40-time as a running back, and his 29.5-inch vertical jump certainly didn't impress the scouts in attendance, who gave him a ridiculously low 5.24 overall grade. Initially projected as a mid-round pick, he ended up going undrafted, likely due to his shoddy performance.

2. Vontaze Burfict

a man standing in front of a crowd: Burfict couldn't have done worse if he tried. © MinuteMedia Burfict couldn't have done worse if he tried.

Burfict was sluggish and uninspired in his showing at the 2012 combine. His 40-yard dash clocked in at 5.09 seconds, and his 16 bench press reps coupled with his incredibly underwhelming 8-foot-8-inch broad jump led to questions over whether or not he was ready to set foot on an NFL field. By all accounts, he was abysmal as a prospect following his performance in front of the scouts. Still, he managed an effective NFL career, despite the criticisms.

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1. Orlando Brown Jr.

a crowd of people watching a football game: Orlando Brown Jr. absolutely tanked at the NFL Combine. © MinuteMedia Orlando Brown Jr. absolutely tanked at the NFL Combine.

In 2018, offensive lineman Orlando Brown Jr. entered the combine with the potential to be the top overall pick in the draft. Any chance of that happening quickly evaporated once he started his workouts. Brown, a 6-9, 345-pound "beast," managed just 14 reps at the bench press and ran an snail-like 5.85-second 40-yard dash. His 82-inch broad jump was also one of the worst marks of all time. The performance was so pitiful that he ended up sliding to the 19th pick in the third round.

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