Florida State Football Players Take on the NFL Combine

By Adrian Casas on March 15, 2016

Photo by Bleacher Report

This past week, six FSU football players took the stage in Indianapolis in front of tens of NFL scouts to showcase their athletic potential for the professional level. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey captured headlines and made a mark with his impressive performance in both the broad jump and vertical jump (11’3” broad jump and 41.5” vertical jump). Many analysts from top sources such as ESPN, NFL Network, and NFL.com all thought Ramsey’s performance was terrific and are hoping for a number one pick. Read on to check out the details about these six players.

Roberto Aguayo, a 6-foot, 207 pound kicker, did not participate in drills. It is somewhat rare for a kicker to be receiving so much media attention, but with his hall of fame worthy record during his time at Florida State, it is definite that he is the number one kicker in the upcoming draft.

Lamarcus Brutus, a 6-foot, 206 pound defensive back, had decent statistics. His 40-yard dash is 4.66 seconds, bench press at 14 reps, and his vertical jump is 33 inches. He has worked up the ranks during his time at Florida State University. He is a smart player and has high football IQ, but his physical play is in doubt to NFL scouts.

Lawrence-Stample is a defensive tackle that did not participate in drills. He is very good at finding open space and getting quick stops behind the line of scrimmage. One of his strongest points as a player for the Seminoles is his initial attack at the line of scrimmage and his ability to hold down the opponent. He is very quick and commands double teams, which gives his players to make amazing plays.

Giorgio Newberry, a 6-foot 5, 285 pound defensive linebacker, had good statistics for his size. His 40-yard dash was 4.94 seconds, bench press at 20 reps, and his vertical jump at 30 inches. He doesn’t really look good in tape, as many analysts are saying he is a bit stiff. His size, however, can garner him some attention in the combine.

Terrance Smith, a 6-foot 3, 235 pound linebacker, had good statistics for him. His 40-yard dash was 4.77 seconds, bench press at 19 reps, and vertical jump at 34.5. By far one of the most looked at players in the combine. He has amazing speed and footwork for a linebacker. His quickness can explode through the line of scrimmage for the easy tackle at the ball carrier. He can easily accelerate with the running back so that he will be able to tackle them behind the line of scrimmage.

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