2019 NFL Combine

Eight Sooners, tied for the fourth-most of any program, are participating in the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine this week in Indianapolis.

Watch live on NFL Network starting Friday, March 1, and stay tuned here and to OU's social media channels for official results, highlights, photos and exclusive coverage direct from Lucas Oil Stadium.

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The Sooners

Player Bench 40 Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20 Shuttle
Rodney Anderson 25  -- -- -- -- --
Marquise Brown -- -- -- -- -- --
Bobby Evans 22 5.20 -- -- -- --
Cody Ford 19 5.21 28.5  104.0  8.27  4.87
Kyler Murray -- -- -- -- -- --
Ben Powers 21  -- -- -- -- --
Dru Samia 28 5.20 27.5  101.0   7.89 4.70
Austin Seibert -- -- -- -- -- --

Combine Capsules

Rodney Anderson

Rodney Anderson | RB | 6-0 | 224

Nose for paydirt with 21 career touchdowns over just 217 total touches... Runs with some looseness in hips... Instinctive in maneuvering through interior traffic... Feels width of run lane and development of blocking scheme... Rhythmic runner who can cut without slowing once he's rolling downhill... Patient hiding behind blockers and waiting for them to engage... Uses stiff-arm as reliable deterrent to angle tackle attempts... Powerful base with contact balance to shake free of tall tackle attempts... Capable pass-catcher out of backfield who is quick to hit it upfield... Good hands and flashed ability to adjust to poorly thrown balls. More on NFL.com

Marquise Brown

Marquise Brown | WR | 5-9 | 166

"Hollywood" is a skinny, but speedy receiver with game-breaking potential on every snap... Plays with all-day energy and terrifying top-end speed... Feet never come to a halt until after whistle... Able to play inside as a playmaker or outside as field-stretcher... Slick, sudden feet to escape press coverage without damage... His long speed has additional separation gear... Early turn-and-run from respectful cornerbacks opens easy comeback routes... Vacillating route leverage puts tight-hipped corners in a coverage blender... Easy burst quickness to separate out of breaks... Can turn short throws into touchdowns. More on NFL.com

Bobby Evans

Bobby Evans | T | 6-4 | 312

Evans had a tough task in 2018, taking over for All-American Orlando Brown at left tackle. He excelled in that role, earnings second-team All-Big 12 honors after starting all 14 games for the playoff participants. More on NFL.com


Cody Ford

Cody Ford | T | 6-4 | 329

Offers a rare combination of physical and athletic traits that will have NFL teams dreaming of his upside... Extremely rare combination of size, mass and athleticism... Top prospect off Joe Moore Award winning O-line. More on NFL.com


Kyler Murray

Kyler Murray | QB | 5-10 | 207

An electric talent with a live arm, good mental makeup and the skill-set to produce at a high level in the right offense... Never seems to get rattled or overwhelmed... Showed ability to elevate his play in clutch situations... Plus runner and passer as true dual-threat quarterback... Lively arm to challenge safeties and attack tight windows... Throws catchable ball with good touch... Baseball outfielder with "long toss" deep-throw talent... Quick with smooth follow-through for easy 50-yard throws in rhythm... Effective and accurate when throwing on the move... Puts fatigued defenses in a serious bind... Uncommon ability to extend plays and make back-breaking throws... Most elusive pocket target rushers will ever see... Slips tackles and outruns defenders like a running back... Torments coordinators with zone-read runs and third-down conversions with legs. More on NFL.com

Ben Powers

Ben Powers | OL | 6-4 | 307

Rugged, three-year starter for well-regarded Oklahoma offensive line... Carries burly, wide frame and fiery field demeanor... Has self-professed love for "taking a grown man's dreams and crushing them" on the field... Good core strength to handle upper-body power across from him... Shows potential to seal angle blocks and stalemate opponent as base blocker... Operates with square pads and possesses solid body composure and contact balance... Good use of hand positioning for improved leverage at the point of attack... Well-schooled in double teams and work-up blocks... Heavy-handed punch in pass pro with hands taking a straight path to defender's frame... Good twitch to snap and pass twisters to the tackle. More on NFL.com

Dru Samia

Dru Samia | T | 6-5 | 305

Vocal leader who has cut his teeth with an Oklahoma offensive line that has dripped with aggression and attitude during his four years as a starter... Good combination of length and athleticism. More on NFL.com


Austin Seibert

Austin Seibert | PK | 5-9 | 213

Seibert's ability to offer value in three kicking departments will certainly factor into how teams view him... Handled field goals, kickoffs, and punts at Oklahoma... Produced touchback rate of 83 percent... Kicked in meaningful stress-filled, postseason contests... Hasty in his operation time as kicker... Adequate hang time as emergency punter. More on NFL.com