California running back Daniel Lasco runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, in Indianapolis. (Darron Cummings/AP)

California running back Daniel Lasco runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, in Indianapolis. (Darron Cummings/AP)

Cal RB among NFL Draft Combine’s best performers so far

INDIANAPOLIS — Georgia running back Keith Marshall and Notre Dame receiver Will Fuller produced the fastest 40-yard dash times during workouts Saturday at the NFL’s annual scouting combine.

Marshall was clocked at 4.31 seconds. Fuller came in at 4.32. The only other player who was faster than 4.4 was TCU receiver Kolby Listenbee at 4.39.

Nobody seriously threatened Chris Johnson’s combine record of 4.24, which was set in 2008.

Louisiana Tech’s Jeff Driskel had the fastest time among quarterbacks, 4.56, with TCU’s Trevone Boykin and North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz next at 4.77.

Cal running back Daniel Lasco had the longest broad jump at 11 feet, 3 inches, and the best vertical jump at 41½ inches.

Cal head coach Sonny Dykes has been busy on Twitter rooting on his former players at the combine:

Below is a list of top performers by position as of Saturday (players from Bay Area colleges in italics):

QUARTERBACKS

40-Yard Dash

Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech, 4.56 seconds

Trevone Boykin, TCU, 4.77

Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, 4.77

Vertical Jump

Cardale Jones, Ohio State, 36 inches

Paxton Lynch, Memphis, 36

Joel Stave, Wisconsin, 33½

Broad Jump

Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech, 10 feet, 2 inches

Paxton Lynch, Memphis, 9’10”

Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, 9’10”

Three-Cone Drill

Josh Woodrum, Liberty, 6.74 seconds

Vernon Adams, Oregon, 6.82

Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, 6.86

WIDE RECEIVERS

40-Yard Dash

Will Fuller, Notre Dame, 4.32 seconds

Kolby Listenbee, TCU, 4.39

Trevor Davis, Cal, 4.42

Bench Press

Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma, 20 reps

Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State, 20

Ricardo Louis, Auburn, 18

Michael Thomas, Ohio State, 18

Vertical Jump

Josh Doctson, TCU, 41 inches

Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma, 41

Corey Coleman, Baylor, 40½

Broad Jump

Ricardo Louis, Auburn, 11 feet

Josh Doctson, TCU, 10’11”

Chris Moore, Cincinnati, 10’10”

Three-Cone Drill

Devon Cajuste, Stanford, 6.49 seconds

Trevor Davis, Cal, 6.60

Braxton Miller, Ohio State, 6.65

20-Yard Shuttle

D.J. Foster, Arizona State, 4.07 seconds

Braxton Miller, Ohio State, 4.07

Josh Doctson, TCU, 4.08

60-Yard Shuttle

Braxton Miller, Ohio State, 10.84 seconds

Trevor Davis, Cal, 10.94

Josh Doctson, TCU, 11.06

TIGHT ENDS

40-Yard Dash

Jerell Adams, South Carolina, 4.64 seconds

Temarrick Hemingway, South Carolina State, 4.71

Thomas Duarte, UCLA, 4.72

Austin Hooper, Stanford, 4.72

Bench Press

David Morgan, Texas-San Antonio, 29 reps

Beau Sandland, Montana State, 23

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 20

Vertical Jump

Stephen Anderson, Cal, 38 inches

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 35½

Beau Sandland, Montana State, 35

Broad Jump

Beau Sandland, Montana State, 10 feet, 4 inches

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 10’1″

Ryan Malleck, Virginia Tech, 10’1″

Three-Cone Drill

Temarrick Hemingway, South Carolina State, 6.88 seconds

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 6.90

David Morgan, Texas-San Antonio, 6.93

20-Yard Shuttle

David Morgan, Texas-San Antonio, 4.19 seconds

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 4.20

Nick Vannett, Ohio State, 4.20

60-Yard Shuttle

Ben Braunecker, Harvard, 11.32 seconds

Temarrick Hemingway, South Carolina State, 11.50

Nick Vannett, Ohio State, 11.50

 

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