NFL Combine results tracker: Live updates, highlights, top performers from 2023 draft workouts

By | March 4, 2023

The NFL Combine returned last year after a COVID-19 cancellation in 2021, and the event is back in full force this year. 

Hundreds of NFL Draft prospects are in Indianapolis for measurements, medical testing, interviews, and on-field drills as teams prepare to finalize their draft boards. 

There are plenty of questions surrounding some of the top quarterback prospects in this draft, including Bryce Young’s size and Anthony Richardson’s arm. The combine should take teams a step closer to finding those answers. 

While there are a few major factors that can affect a player’s stock leading up to the draft, fans will want to have eyes on the measurements and n-field results by the prospects. More than a few prospects have separated themselves by standing out in Indianapolis, and this year will be no different.

MORE: Watch the NFL Combine live with fuboTV (free trial)

The Sporting News is tracking live updates and results from the 2023 NFL Combine. Follow along for the latest highlights. 

NFL Combine results & highlights

All times Eastern

Saturday, March 4

5:15 p.m. — C.J. Stroud is starting to throw in Indianapolis.

4:31 p.m. — Nebraska’s Trey Palmer shows off the jets, posting the new fastest time among wide receivers at 4.33.

4:12 p.m. — A 4.44u 40 time? That’s about as impressive as it gets from Anthony Richardson.

3:38 p.m. — Levis said he wanted to show off his cannon arm. He’s been doing just that.

3:16 p.m. — Anthony Richardson is out at the combine breaking records. He has now set new marks in the vertical at 40.5 inches and the broad jump at 10’9″.

3:01 p.m. — Will Levis has been one of the most polarizing NFL prospects in this year’s class, but he’s showing why he has plenty of believers.

2:33 p.m. — Boston College’s Zay Flowers makes the gauntlet drill look easy.

1:50 p.m. — Bryce Ford-Wheaton has posted some standout numbers at the combine, including with his 40 time, which was second behind Davis among wide receivers.

1:38 p.m. — Another Horned Frog with some impressive speed as wide receiver Derius Davis posts a blazing unofficial 40 time of 4.37, which is the fastest so far among wide receivers.

1:17 p.m. — TCU’s Max Duggan showed himself to be a standout dual-threat quarterback in leading the Horned Frogs to the national championship game. He posted an unofficial 4.52 40 time to back up that speed.

1:08 p.m. — Tennessee receiver Jalin Hyatt is already putting on an impressive performance at the NFL combine with an 11’3″ broad jump and 40-inch vertical.

Friday, March 3

6:10 p.m. — Turner wins the day for the cornerbacks. Only two cornerbacks ran a 4.26 or faster at last year’s combine: Tariq Woolen (4.26) and Kalon Barnes (4.23).

4:49 p.m. — Oregon CB Christian Gonzalez ran a 4.38 40-yard dash on his second attempt. Strong day for the potential first cornerback off the board, who also had a 41.5-inch vertical jump.

3:52 p.m. — Wow, an unofficial 4.27 40-yard dash for Michigan CB D.J. Turner.

3:33 p.m. — Mississippi State’s Emmanuel Forbes continues to impress and boost his draft stock at the combine. 

3:30 p.m. — Maryland’s defensive backs are delivering some fast times in Indianapolis, with Jakorian Bennett getting in on the action. 

3:28 p.m. — Before the defensive backs took the field, Oklahoma punter Michael Turk took part in the 40 yard dash, impressing Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner with the results.

3:25 p.m. — Maryland’s Deonte Banks followed up an impressive 42 inch vertical with a blazing 4.36 in his first try at the 40 yard dash.

3:21 p.m. — Alabama’s Eli Ricks and Illinois’ Devon Witherspoon will also not participate in field drills. 

3:17 p.m. — After taking part in measurements earlier today, Penn State’s Joey Porter Jr. will run the 40 yard dash, but not participate in other field drills. 

2:49 p.m. — Utah’s Dalton Kincaid, considered one of the best tight ends in the draft, will not participate in any drills at the combine as he recovers from a back injury.  

2:37 p.m. — Kansas State cornerback Julius Brents is putting on a show today in workouts. Brents broad jumped 11’6″ which is the furthest result in the drill since 2003, according to

12:58 p.m. — Penn State’s Joey Porter Jr. is getting a lot of buzz for his long arms, especially for a cornerback. 

11:20 a.m. — Michigan’s Mazi Smith, listed in college at 6-3, 337 pounds, put on a show in the combine weight room. 

10:40 a.m. — Kentucky QB Will Levis is among the more polarizing players at the top of draft boards. Plenty of eyes will be on him Saturday, and he isn’t lacking confidence. 

8:42 a.m. — Jaxon Smith-Njigba battled a hamstring issue through the end of his final season at Ohio State but he’s most of the way back. He told reporters today he plans to do everything but the 40-yard dash when wide receivers hit the field Saturday. 

8:35 a.m. — C.J. Stroud has met formally with the Bears, who own the top overall pick, but made it clear he believes Justin Fields is the man at QB in Chicago. 

8:20 a.m. — The quarterbacks are meeting with the media this morning, with Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud the star attractions. The former Alabama star’s official measurements are among the most eagerly anticipated data of the combine, but Young shrugged off concerns about his size hindering him at the next level. 

7:10 a.m. — Illinois corner Devon Witherspoon has a hamstring injury and won’t participate in on-field drills Friday, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported. A likely first-round pick, Witherspoon ranks 23rd on the Sporting News big board of draft prospects. 

Thursday, March 2

8:55 p.m. — Auburn’s Owen Pappoe led the linebackers with a sub-4.4 40-yard dash.

7:14 p.m. — An unofficial 4.69 40-yard dash for Will Anderson Jr.

7:10 p.m. — Northwestern’s Adetomiwa Adebawore, 282 pounds, with some stunning numbers today.

7:00 p.m. — Smith might have stolen the show, but Young’s 40 time is one of the top five fastest by a defensive end in the last 21 years.

5:49 p.m. — Nolan Smith is a freak.

5:25 p.m. — Tennesee’s Byron Young (not to be confused with Alabama’s Byron Young) has blazing speed for an edge rusher. So far, only Georgia’s Nolan Smith has a faster 40 time among DEs.

4:56 p.m. — Huge number from Georgia’s Nolan Smith, whose 2022 season ended with an injury.

4:11 p.m. — Well now.

4:06 p.m. — Pittsburgh DT Calijah Kancey is receiving buzz for his combine performance so far. His 4.73 40-yard dash was the fastest by a defensive tackle since fellow Pitt alum Aaron Donald in 2014.

4:03 p.m. — The start of the NFL Combine only means one thing: #FootballOnAStick

3:10 p.m. — Add Michigan nose tackle Mazi Smith to those who won’t do on-field drills in Indy. Smith, who ranks 60th on SN’s Big Board, will wait until Michigan’s pro day on March 17 to work out, per ESPN’s Jordan Reid

2:30 p.m. — Jalen Carter is back in Indianapolis and has been meeting with NFL teams today after returning to Georgia on Wednesday to be booked into jail, then released on bond on two misdemeanor charges related to the crash that killed a teammate and a UGA recruiting staffer last month. 

Word had emerged earlier in the week that Carter didn’t plan to work out in Indy and would instead wait until Georgia’s pro day on March 15 to do field drills. That remains the case, but NFL Network reported Carter will be on the field “supporting” the other defensive linemen today.

2:20 p.m. — Iowa State edge rusher Will McDonald IV plans to work out today despite having “a fever close to 104 degrees” Tuesday night, according to Peter Schrager. 

1:00 p.m. — It’s almost time for the prospects to take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium, and while the wide receivers and defensive backs are the center of attention when it comes to the 40-yard dash, Amare Barno’s run last year was a reminder of the athleticism on display across the board. 

NFL Combine results by position

Below is a look at top prospects at each position, according to SN’s Vinnie Iyer, and how each fared during the 2023 NFL Combine.

Some prospects attending the combine chose to run their 40-yard dash at their pro day later in March. 


Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Bryce Young Alabama 5-10 204    
C.J. Stroud Ohio State 6-3 214    
Anthony Richardson Florida 6-4 244 4.44 40.5″
Will Levis Kentucky 6-4 229   34″
Hendon Hooker Tennessee 6-3 217    
Tanner McKee Stanford 6-6 231   33″
Jaren Hall BYU 6-0 207    
Stetson Bennett Georgia 5-11 192 4.67 33.5″

Running backs

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Bijan Robinson Texas        
Jahmyr Gibbs Alabama        
Devon Achane Texas A&M        
Tank Bigsby Auburn        
Zach Charbonnet UCLA        
Zach Evans Ole Miss        
Eric Gray Oklahoma        
Sean Tucker Syracuse        
Kenny McIntosh Georgia        

Wide receivers

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Jordan Addison USC 5-11 173 4.49 34″
Quentin Johnston TCU 6-3 208   40.5″
Jaxon Smith-Njigba Ohio State 6-0 196   35″
Rashee Rice SMU 6-1 204 4.51 41″
Kayshon Boutte LSU 5-11 195 4.50 29″
Josh Downs North Carolina 5-9 171 4.48 38.5″
Zay Flowers Boston College 5-9 182 4.42 35.5″
Jalin Hyatt Tennessee 6-0 176 4.41 40″
Cedric Tillman Tennessee 6-3 213 4.55 37″
Marvin Mims Oklahoma 5-11 183 4.38 39.5″
Nathaniel Dell Houston 5-8 165 4.50  
Trey Palmer Nebraska 6-0 192 4.33  
Tyler Scott Cincinnati 5-10 177 4.44 39.5″
Xavier Hutchinson Iowa State 6-2 203 4.53 36″
A.T. Perry Wake Forest 6-3.5 198 4.47 35″
Jayden Reed Michigan State 5-11 187 4.45 33.5″
Parker Washington Penn State 5-10 204    

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Tight ends

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Michael Mayer Notre Dame 6-4.5      
Dalton Kincaid Utah 6-4 246    
Darnell Washington Georgia 6-7 264    
Luke Musgrave Oregon State 6-6 253    
Tucker Kraft South Dakota St. 6-5 254    
Cameron Latu Alabama 6-4 242    
Sam LaPorta Iowa 6-3 245    

Offensive tackles

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Paris Johnson Ohio State        
Peter Skoronski Northwestern        
Broderick Jones Georgia        
Anton Harrison Oklahoma        
Matthew Bergeron Syracuse        
Dawand Jones Ohio State        
Blake Freeland BYU        
Cody Mauch ND State        
Darnell Wright Tennessee        
Jaelyn Duncan Maryland        
Tyler Steen Alabama        

Interior offensive linemen

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
O’Cyrus Torrence Florida State        
John Michael Schmitz Minnesota        
Andrew Voorhees USC        
Steve Avila TCU        
Luke Wypler Ohio State        
Emil Ekiyor Jr. Alabama        
Henry Bainivalu Washington        
Jarrett Patterson Notre Dame        
Joe Tippmann Wisconsin        

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Edge rushers

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Will Anderson Jr. Alabama 6-3.5 253 4.60  
Myles Murphy Clemson 6-5 258    
Tyree Wilson Texas Tech 6-6 271    
Lukas Van Ness Iowa 6-5 272 4.58 31″
Isaiah Foskey Notre Dame 6-5 264 4.58 34″
Felix Anudike-Uzomah Kansas St. 6-3 255    
Nolan Smith Georgia 6-2 238 4.44 41.5″
B.J. Ojulari LSU 6-2 248   32.5″
Derick Hall Auburn 6-3 254    
Andre Carter II Army 6-6.5 256   30″
Laiatu Latu UCLA        
Byron Young Tennessee 6-2 250 4.43 38″
Zach Harrison Ohio State 6-5.5 274    
Will McDonald IV Iowa State 6-3.5 239   36″
Mike Morris Michigan 6-5 275 5.04 28.5″
Isiah McGuire Missouri        
Tuli Tuipulotu USC 6-3 266    
K.J. Henry Clemson 6-4 251 4.63 31.5″
Dylan Horton TCU 6-4 257   34″

Defensive tackles

Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Jalen Carter Georgia 6-3 314 N/A N/A
Bryan Bresee Clemson 6-5.5 298 4.86 29″
Siaki Ika Baylor 6-3 335 5.39  
Gervon Dexter Florida 6-6 310 4.88 31″
Calijah Kancey Pittsburgh 6-1 281 4.67 31.5″
Adetomiwa Adebawore Northwestern 6-2 282 4.49 37.5″
Mazi Smith Michigan 6-3 323 N/A N/A
Byron Young Alabama 6-3 294   26″
Jaquelin Roy LSU 6-3 305    
Keion White Georgia Tech 6-5 285   34″
Colby Wooden Auburn     4.79  
Keeanu Benton Wisconsin 6-4 309 5.08 29.5″


Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Trent Simpson Clemson 6-2 235 4.43  
Drew Sanders Arkansas 6-4 235    
Noah Sewell Oregon 6-1.5 246 4.64 33″
Henry To’o To’o Alabama 6-1 227 4.62 32″
Jack Campbell Iowa 6-5 249 4.65 37.5″
DeMarvion Overshown Texas 6-3 229 4.56  
Daiyan Henley Washington State 6-2 225 4.54 35″


Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Christian Gonzalez Oregon 6-1 197 4.38 41.5″
Cam Smith South Carolina 6-1 180 4.43 38″
Kelee Ringo Georgia 6-2 207 4.36 33.5″
Joey Porter Jr. Penn State 6-2.5 193 4.46 35″
Devon Witherspoon Illinois 5-11.5 181    
Clark Phillips III Utah 5-9 184 4.51 33″
Jaylon Jones Texas A&M 6-2 200 4.57 38″
Emmanuel Forbes Miss. State 6-1 166 4.35 37.5″
Christopher Smith Georgia 5-11 192 4.62 33″
Garrett Williams Syracuse 5-10 192    
Eli Ricks Alabama 6-2 188    
D.J. Turner Michigan 5-11 178 4.26 38.5″
Jammie Robinson Florida State 5-11 191 4.59 33.5″
Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson TCU 5-8 178 4.41 39″
Sydney Brown Illinois 5-10 211 4.47 40.5″
Tyrique Stevenson Miami 6-0 198 4.45 38.5″
Julius Brents Kansas State 6-3 198 4.53 41.5″
Kyu Blue Kelly Stanford 6-0 191 4.52 36″
Deonte Banks Maryland 6-0 197 4.35 42″
Alex Austin Oregon State 6-1 195 4.55 33″


Player School Height Weight 40 Time Vertical Jump
Brian Branch Alabama 6-0 190 4.58 34.5″
Antonio Johnson Texas A&M 6-2 198 4.52  
JL Skinner Boise State 6-4 209    
Jordan Battle Alabama 6-1 209 4.55  
Ji’Ayir Brown Penn State 5-11 203 4.65 32.5″
Brandon Joseph Notre Dame 6-0 202   30.5″

NFL Combine Schedule 2023

  • Dates: Monday, Feb. 27 to Monday, March 6
  • Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis 

The combine got underway on Monday as the first players went through orientation and initial team interviews, with players set to take the field until Thursday. In the meantime, prospects will also undergo key measurements full medical exam.

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Here’s when each position group is scheduled to take the field:

Date Time (ET) Group Channel/Stream
Thursday, March 2 3 p.m. DL, LB NFL Network, fuboTV
Friday, March 3 3 p.m. DB, ST NFL Network, fuboTV
Saturday, March 4 1 p.m. QB, WR, TE NFL Network, fuboTV
Sunday, March 5 1 p.m. OL, RB NFL Network, fuboTV

How to watch the NFL Combine

  • TV channel: NFL Network
  • Live stream: fuboTV, NFL+, NFL and NFL Network apps

NFL Network will again broadcast the combine, with a close eye on the 40-yard dash showings by the prospects. Rich Eisen will lead the coverage alongside Daniel Jeremiah, Kurt Warner and others.

Cord-cutters can catch the 2023 NFL Combine on the NFL’s digital platforms or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.