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KUSA - They are feats of sheer athletic ability at the NFL Combine, which isn't necessarily a true grasp of the prospects ability to play football. Nonetheless they can be instrumental in a player's career and selection in the upcoming draft.

And they're even more interesting when you compare them with other players - let's say, those that currently play for the Denver Broncos but once participated in the combine themselves.

(40-yard dash, Bench Press (225lbs.), Vertical Leap, Broad Jump)

CB Champ Bailey (1999) 4.28* N/A 37" 10'1

RB Knowshon Moreno (2009) 4.50 25 35.5" 9' 7"

DT Terrance Knighton (2009) 5.21 N/A 28 8' 7"

S Rahim Moore (2011) 4:.58 11 35" 9' 7"

LB Von Miller (2011) 4.42** 21 37" 10' 6"

DT Sylvester Williams (2013) 4.93 27 26.5" 8' 6"

RB Montee Ball (2013) 4.66 15 32 9' 10"

They times, distances and numbers are dissected and overanalyzed, but their weight in the eyes of executives and people making the ultimate decision on players fate cannot be discounted.

*Second fastest time at the NFL Combine that year

**Second fastest time at his position at the NFL Combine that year

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