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How did the 2018 Buffalo Bills rookies fare in the NFL Combine

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With the 2019 combine starting, let’s take a flashback!

NFL: Combine Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The journey for a lot of young players dreams of getting to the NFL starts tomorrow with their first real exposure to NFL coaches and GMs. Many guys will be put in the spotlight for their impressive performances. The Buffalo Bills’ 2018 draft class had multiple moments during the combine where they flourished. Josh Allen wowed with his ability to throw the long ball and Tremaine Edmunds showed off his freakish athletic ability for his size.

Let’s take a look at their numbers from last year’s combine:

Josh Allen: Rd 1 Pick 7

40-yard dash: 4.75s
Vertical: 33.5 in
Broad Jump: 119.0 in
3-cone: 6.9s
20-yard shuttle: 4.4s

Tremaine Edmunds: Rd 1 Pick 16

40-yard dash: 4.54s

Bench Press: 19 reps

Broad Jump: 117.0 in

Harrison Phillips: Rd 3 Pick 96

40-yard dash: 5.21s
Bench Press: 42 reps
Vertical: 32 in
Broad Jump: 103.0 in
3-cone: 7.28s
20-yard shuttle: 4.5s

Taron Johnson: Rd 4 Pick 121

40-yard dash: 4.5s
Bench Press: 17 reps
Vertical: 33 in
Broad Jump: 118.0 in
3-cone: 7.03s
20-yard shuttle: 4.28s

Siran Neal: Rd 5 Pick 154

40-yard dash: 4.56s
Bench Press: 17 reps
Vertical: 40.5 in
Broad Jump: 122.0 in
3-cone: 7.0s
20-yard shuttle: 4.28s

Wyatt Teller: Rd 5 Pick 166

40-yard dash: 5.24s
Bench Press: 30 reps
Vertical: 29 in
Broad Jump: 114.0 in
3-cone: 7.45s
20-yard shuttle: 4.84s

Ray-Ray McCloud: Rd 6 Pick 187

40-yard dash: 4.53s
Bench Press: 13 reps
Vertical: 34.5 in
Broad Jump: 113.0 in

Austin Proehl: Rd 7 Pick 255

Proehl wasn't invited to the NFL Combine and is no longer with the Buffalo Bills.