2013 NFL combine results: T.J. Moe leads receivers in bench press with 26 reps

Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE

The Missouri receiver finished with about as many bench press reps as the average offensive lineman at the 2013 NFL Combine.

One day after the offensive lineman kicked off the bench press drill at the 2013 NFL Combine, the wide receivers did the drill on Saturday and were unsurprisingly less impressive. While the results of the drill for wide receivers is unlikely to affect their draft stock much, it's a display of upper body strength that can bode well for a player's ability to beat press coverage.

If that's the case, then Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe shouldn't have much of an issue shaking NFL cornerbacks after he managed to put up 26 repetitions of the 225-pound bench press on Saturday. That number would've been near the average for the offensive lineman on Friday.

Other impressive performances included 20 reps from Oregon State's Markus Wheaton despite weighing in at 5'11, 189 pounds and measuring in with very long arms.

Full results from the bench press drill are below:

Player School Height Weight Arms Bench Press Reps
Keenan Allen California 6-2 206 32.68
Tavon Austin West Virginia 5-9 174 30.08 14
Stedman Bailey West Virginia 5-10 193 32.68 11
Alan Bonner Jacksonville State 5-10 193 30.28 14
Josh Boyce Texas Christian 5-11 206 31.28 22
Marlon Brown Georgia 6-4 213 32.68
Marcus Davis Virginia Tech 6-3 233 32.68 19
Aaron Dobson Marshall 6-3 210 33.08
Corey Fuller Virginia Tech 6-2 204 33.28 12
Tyrone Goard Eastern Kentucky 6-7 205 34.08 10
Marquise Goodwin Texas 5-9 183 31.48 13
Cobi Hamilton Arkansas 6-2 212 32.48 11
Chris Harper Kansas State 6-1 229 32.68 20
Mark Harrison Rutgers 6-3 231 35.08 17
Deandre Hopkins Clemson 6-1 214 33.38 15
Justin Hunter Tennessee 6-4 196 33.28
Darius Johnson SMU 5-9 179 30.28 6
Brandon Kaufman Eastern Washington 6-5 216 32.28 9
Tavarres King Georgia 6-0 189 33.08 11
Alec Lemon Syracuse 6-1 202 31.18 7
Aaron Mellette Elon 6-2 217 33.18 9
T.J. Moe Missouri 5-11 204 30.18 26
Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee 6-2 216 31.68
Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech 6-0 204 32.78 8
Denard Robinson Michigan 5-11 199 32.58
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech 6-2 217 32.68 10
Lanear Sampson Baylor 5-11 204 30.68 20
Ace Sanders South Carolina 5-7 173 29.48 7
Rodney Smith Florida State 6-4 225 34.68
Ryan Spadola Lehigh 6-1 204 30.68 15
Kenny Stills Oklahoma 6-1 194 30.48 16
Ryan Swope Texas A&M 6-0 205 31.38 16
Kenbrell Thompkins Cincinnati 6-1 193 32.28 8
Conner Vernon Duke 6-0 196 30.48
Markus Wheaton Oregon State 5-11 189 32.68 20
Terrance Williams Baylor 6-2 208 31.28 11
Marquess Wilson Washington State 6-3 194 31.18 7
Robert Woods USC 6-0 201 31.08 14

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