NFL Combine 2012: Michael Egnew Impresses Among Tight Ends

Former Missouri Tigers tight end Michael Egnew was impressive in drills during the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday. The 6'5, 252-pounder recorded a 36 inch vertical jump and a 10 feet, 11 inch broad jump to lead his position. He came in third in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.53 seconds. James Hanna out of Oklahoma won the 40 with a 4.42-second run. He tied Egnew in the vertical and took third with a 10-2 broad jump.

Top 5 in 40-yard dash

James Hanna, Oklahoma: 4.42 second
Ladarius Green, Missouri: 4.47
Michael Egnew, Missoui: 4.53
Evan Rodriguez, Temple: 4.56
Deangelo Peterson, LSU: 4.65

Top 5 in vertical jump

Egnew: 36 inches
Hanna: 36
Peterson: 36
Rodriguez: 36
Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern: 35.5

Top 5 in broad jump

Egnew: 10 feet, 11 inches
Green: 10-4
Hanna: 10-2
Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts: 10-1
Peterson: 10-1

You can check out the full results courtesy of the NFL's official Combine tracker

For news and information regarding the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, please stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more on the 2012 NFL Draft, check out SB Nation's dedicated section and Mocking the Draft.

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