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Top bench press performers at the combine for WRs/TEs

NCAA Football: Alabama A&M at Cincinnati David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Wednesday was the first day for combine participants on the bench press as the tight ends and wide receivers in group one got the iron pumping for the many scouts in attendance. Quarterbacks are also a part of group one but it has become a normal occurrence to see little to no passers participate due to the risk of injury and the chance it would affect their throwing the next day out on the field.

Unsurprisingly, no QBs touched the barbell yesterday but the majority of the top pass-catchers did. Here are the results:

Tight Ends

1st.
Josiah Deguara (Cincinnati) - 25 reps at 6’2 242lbs.

T-2nd.
Hunter Bryant (Washington) - 23 reps at 6’2 248lbs.
Jared Pinkney (Vanderbilt) - 23 reps at 6’4 257lbs.
T-4th.
Brycen Hopkins (Purdue) - 21 reps at 6-4 245lbs.
Dalton Keene (Virginia Tech) - 21 reps at 6’4 253lbs.
Charlie Woerner (Georiga) - 21 reps at 6’5 244lbs.
T-7th.
Sam McKeon (Michigan) - 18 reps at 6’5 242lbs.
Colby Parkinson (Stanford) - 18 reps at 6’7 252lbs.
Charlie Taumoepeau (Portland State) - 18 reps at 6’2 240lbs.
Adam Trautman (Dayton) - 18 reps at 6’5 255lbs.

Wide Receivers

  1. Quintez Cephius (Wisconsin) - 23 reps at 6’1 202lbs.
  2. Antonio Gandy-Golden (Liberty) - 22 reps at 6’4 223lbs.
  3. Joe Reed (Virginia) - 21 reps at 6’0 224lbs.
  4. James Proche (SMU) - 20 reps at 5’11 201lbs.
  5. Chase Claypool (Notre Dame) - 19 reps at 6’4 238lbs.
  6. K.J. Osborn (Miami) - 18 reps at 5-11 2-3lbs.

T-7th.)
K.J. Hill (Ohio State) - 17 reps at 6-0 196lbs.
Collin Johnson (Texas) - 17 reps at 6’6 222lbs.
Jalen Reagor (TCU) - 17 reps at 5-11 206lbs.
Kendrick Rogers (Texas A&M) - 6’4 208lb.

Notables non-participants:

TEs Thad Moss (LSU), Stephen Sullivan (LSU), Cole Kmet (Notre Dame), Albert Okwuegbunam

WRs Devin Duvernay (Texas), Tee Higgins (Clemson), Van Jefferson (Florida), Justin Jefferson (LSU), Jerry Jeudy (Alabama), Henry Ruggs III (Alabama)

See anything that really stands out? Let’s discuss in the comments.