Here’s a look at how they did in the big events.
More on that in a minute.
Gratz tied for first among corners in the bench press with 22 reps. He also ran a 4.47-second 40-yard dash which was 14th best among corners. Gratz was fifth in the vertical jump with a leap of 38 inches. Gratz tied for 12th in the Broad Jump 10 feet, 5 inches.
Wreh-Wilson was fourth in the Broad Jump, 10′ 8″. The two-time Huskies captain ran a 4.53 40 and had 14 reps on the bench press and got up 36.5″ in the vertical.
On Monday, Moore finished fifth in the 40 (4.65), was second in the bench press (29) for his position, was third in the vertical jump (38″) and was fourth in the broad jump (10-7). NFL analyst Mike Mayock working the combine called Moore’s measurables “freakish.”
Williams, high right ankle sprain and all, was tops among the defensive linemen in the 40 (4.57) and in the vertical jump (38 inches),was third in the Broad Jump (10’4″) and was tied for fifth with 30 reps on the bench.
Nice job by the Huskies. Get another chance at March 27 Pro Day on campus. Scouts from the NFL teams come in for a closer look and good look at those who didn’t go to the Combine but have NFL aspirations no less..