2011 NFL Combine Results: How Michigan, Michigan State Football Players Performed

The 2011 NFL Combine wrapped up in Indianapolis on Tuesday. This part of the scouting process is now over, and all that remains are pro days, which will take place all month long across the country.

For Michigan and Michigan State football players that were invited to the combine, this was their chance to show scouts their athleticism. While there were positional drills, the main focus of the combine is always the numbers they put up in drills like the 40-yard dash and bench press. Via NFLSoup, you can check out all of the numbers from the Wolverines and Spartans that were in Indy after the jump.

Pos. Player School 40-Yard Dash Bench Press Vertical Leap Broad Jump 20-Yard Shuttle 60-Yard Shuttle 3-Cone Drill
WR
Mark Dell MSU DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
TE Charlie Gantt MSU 4.89 27 30.5 9'3" 4.40 - 7.15
OG Stephen Schilling U-M 5.16 30 25.5 8'2" 4.62 - 7.73
OLB Jonas Mouton U-M 4.87 DNP 31.5 9'7" 4.34 DNP 7.08
ILB Greg Jones MSU 4.75 21 32 9'1" 4.27 11.77 7.17
ILB Nick Bellore
CMU 4.83
23 32.5 9'1"
4.00
11.62
6.98
CB Chris Rucker MSU DNP 10 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

UPDATE: I added the numbers for Central Michigan's Nick Bellore since he was also in Indy for the combine.

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