Aggies at the NFL Combine

Five Aggies participated in the NFL combine this past weekend; OL Cedric Ogbuehi, OL Jarvis Harrison, TE Cameron Clear, K Josh Lambo, and RB Trey Williams. On Friday, offensive lineman, tight ends, and kickers worked out for teams. Then on Saturday, quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers showcased their talents.

OL Cedric Ogbuehi*  – 6’5” 305lbs.
Bench Press (225 lbs.):  23 reps
*Ogbuehi did not participate in most drills due to an ACL injury from A&M’s bowl game.
Projected Draft Position: Late 1st Round, 2nd Round

What they’re saying:

The injury is the big question mark and teams will pay close attention to his recovery. If he is able to come back at full strength in 2015 he would be an instant impact offensive tackle. He would probably begin his career at right tackle and move to left tackle after some on the job training. If not for the injury there would be little doubt that Ogbuehi would be a first round draft pick.– Chris Schisler, Chat Sports

Jarvis HarrisonOL Jarvis Harrison – 6’4” 330lbs.
40-Yard Dash: 5.19 seconds
Bench Press (225 lbs.):  26 reps
Vertical Jump: 29.5 inches
Broad Jump: 8’6”
3-Cone Drill: 7.51 seconds (4th fastest OL at combine)
20-Yard Shuttle: 4.62 seconds
Projected Draft Position: 6th Round, 7th Round

What they’re saying:

Considering A&M has sent Luke Joeckel, Jake Matthews (and soon Cedric Ogbuehi) to the NFL via the first round, it is easy to understand why the perimeter blockers get most of the attention, but Harrison has been described by Aggies’ coaches as their most athletic offensive lineman and he flashes the talent worthy of early round consideration. – CBS Sports

Cameron ClearTE Cameron Clear – 6’5” 277lbs.
40-Yard Dash: 4.98 seconds
Vertical Jump: 32 inches
Broad Jump: 9’0”
20-Yard Shuttle: 4.48 seconds (5th fastest TE at combine)
60-Yard Shuttle: 12.07 seconds (4th fastest TE at combine)
Projected Draft Position: Undrafted Free Agent

What they’re saying:

With only five catches in 11 games as a senior, it’s easy to overlook Clear, but NFL scouts think he was underutilized in College Station. Built well for the NFL game at 6-5 and 273 pounds, Clear is also more agile than his size suggests. – Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

K Josh Lambo – 6’0” 216lbs.
Projected Draft Position: 7th Round, Undrafted Free Agent

What they’re saying:

The chief problem with evaluating Lambo is that he had a fairly meager number of field goals the last two seasons at A&M, kicking a combined 25. The numbers indicate that he’s one of the better kickers in this class, however, and that strong leg will be intriguing for NFL teams. – Dave Choate, SBNation

Trey WilliamsRB Trey Williams – 5’7” 195lbs.
40-Yard Dash: 4.49 seconds (3rd fastest RB at combine)
Bench Press (225 lbs.):  18 reps
Vertical Jump: 33.5 inches
Broad Jump: 9’11”
3-Cone Drill: 6.84 seconds (3rd fastest RB at combine)
20-Yard Shuttle: 4.12 seconds (5th fastest RB at combine)
60-Yard Shuttle: 11.45 seconds (6th fastest RB at combine)
Projected Draft Position: 6th Round, 7th Round

What they’re saying:

His best chance to latch onto a 53-man roster should be as a kick returner and maybe even as a kick coverage guy. Williams’ speed is his best asset. He averaged 24.1 yards per kickoff return in three seasons at College Station. Williams ranked sixth in the SEC this season in kickoff return average. He also may have some value due to his offensive versatility as a pass-catcher. – Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

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