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2013 NFL Scouting Combine: FSU Player Results

Feb. 27, 2013

Four days of NFL Scouting Combine action wrapped up Tuesday afternoon and the officiall results of the seven measurement-based drills are now available on the NFL's official combine website.

Here's a look at how each of the 13 former Florida State football players did while in Indianapolis. And if you missed it, the Doak Insider Blog has a running list of the updates from Lucas Oil Stadium from Saturday to Tuesday.

40-yd. Dash Bench Reps Vertical Jump Broad Jump 3-Cone Drill 20-yd. Shuttle 60-yd. Shuttle
Tank Carradine N/A 28 N/A N/A N/A 4.21 N/A
Everett Dawkins 5.06 23 30.0 103.0 7.61 4.88 N/A
Dustin Hopkins 4.74 N/A 33.5 116.0 N/A N/A N/A
Brandon Jenkins N/A 18 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
EJ Manuel 4.65 N/A 34.0 118.0 7.08 4.21 N/A
Nick Moody 4.71 17 N/A 118.0 N/A N/A N/A
Lonnie Pryor 4.70 17 30.0 114.0 7.28 4.55 12.13
Greg Reid N/A 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Xavier Rhodes 4.43 14 40.5 132.0 N/A N/A N/A
Rodney Smith 4.51 N/A 34.5 120.0 7.03 4.07 11.84
Chris Thompson N/A 21 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Menelik Watson 5.29 N/A 24.5 103.0 8.31 5.01 N/A
Bjoern Werner 4.83 25 31.0 111.0 7.30 4.40 N/A

Non-combine bonus - Here are the official final bios for each of the 'Noles headed to the draft that played last season at FSU (courtesy of the Florida State Sports Information office): 

91 Tank Carradine

Phil Steele All-American (Third Team) SI.com All-American (Honorable Mention) All-ACC (First Team) Coaches All-ACC (First Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (First Team) College Football News All-ACC (First Team) Ted Hendricks Award Finalist

2012: Senior stepped into the starting lineup when Brandon Jenkins suffered a season-ending injury in the opener and emerged as one of the nation’s top defensive ends…was leading the Seminoles in tackles with 80 when he suffered a season-ending injury in the regular season finale against Florida and still finished second on the team in total tackles (47 unassisted, 33 assisted)…recorded at least seven tackles in seven of 12 games…ranked second on the team in both tackles for loss (13.0) and sacks (11.0), as well as posted a team-leading nine quarterback hurries…teamed with Bjoern Werner to form one of the most productive defensive end tandems in the country…registered a career-high 11 tackles at Virginia Tech, then matched that total against Florida in the regular season finale…was on the cusp of becoming the first FSU defensive lineman to lead the ‘Noles in tackles since Reinard Wilson in 1996 when he injured his knee…had two or more sacks in consecutive games against Wake Forest and Clemson with a season-high 2.5 sacks against the Demon Deacons…recorded at least two tackles for loss in three games and ended his season tallying at least one tackle for loss in three straight games…helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)…selected ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week a league-leading three times.

93 Everett Dawkins

All-ACC (Second Team) Coaches All-ACC (Second Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (Second Team) Under Armour Senior Bowl Selection

2012: A rock in the middle of FSU’s defensive line who led all FSU defenders with 41 career starts…finished the season with 26 tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss, including a half-sack and a pass break-up…recorded at least a half sack in five straight seasons (received a medical redshirt in 2008)…recorded a tackle in 12 straight games…had a big game in the Seminoles’ win over USF with a season-high three tackles, and a half sack…versus Clemson recorded two quarterback hurries and a pass break-up… helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)…his ability to help shut down the run (FSU allowed 2.75 yards per rush) and command extra attention in the middle helped free up FSU’s standout defensive end duo of Bjoern Werner and Tank Carradine….selected to the 2012 Under Armour Senior Bowl… co-recipient of the Unselfish Leadership Award on defense and Defensive Warrior award given by the strength and conditioning staff at the team’s annual banquet. 

64 Dax Dellenbach

2012: Third-year starting long snapper for the Seminoles, who handled virtually every punt, field goal and PAT snap since the start of the 2010 season – a span of 31 games…began his collegiate career at Auburn, then was reunited with FSU special teams coordinator Eddie Gran in Tallahassee...did not have an errant snap lead to a blocked punt or missed kick in three seasons with the ‘Noles…holds the distinction of snapping to 2011 consensus All-American punter Shawn Powell and for 2012 Walter Camp All-American and all-time FBS kick scoring leader Dustin Hopkins…was selected to the Senior Bowl watch list and was invited to the Raycom All-Star game.

18 Dustin Hopkins

Lou Groza Award Finalist Walter Camp All-American (First Team) ESPN.com All-American (First Team) CBSSports.com All-American (First Team) Pro Football Weekly All-American (First Team) Athlon Sports All-American (First Team) AP All-American (Second Team) SI.com All-American (Second Team) Capital One Academic All-American (First Team) All-ACC (First Team) Coaches All-ACC (First Team) ESPN.com All-Conference (First Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (First Team) College Football News All-ACC (First Team) Under Armour Senior Bowl Selection

2012: Set a new NCAA career scoring record for kickers (466 points)...established new NCAA, ACC and FSU records with 88 career field goals...his 88th career field goal in the Orange Bowl win over Northern Illinois pushed him past Georgia’s Billy Bennett (87, 2000-03)...posted 140 points to set a new ACC all-time single season scoring mark... single-handedly outscored five of FSU’s opponents this season (Murray State 15-3, Savannah State 7-0, Wake Forest 10-0, Boston College 15-7 and Duke 12-7)...ACC scoring leader among kickers with 10.0 ppg...kicked a career-best 56 yard field goal against Duke...converted all five of six field goal attempts of 50+ yards...made over 93 percent of his combined kicks (PAT and FG’s 290- 319)...became the Seminoles’ all-time leader with 290 career kicks made (202 PAT’s and 88 FG’s)...is one of only four kickers in school history who has made 200 or more kicks and the only one who has made 250 or more kicks...his 202 career PAT’s are a new FSU mark, established after his final conversion in the Orange Bowl…set new career-highs in FG made (25) and attempted (30)...has kicked at least one field goal in 46 career games to set the all-time NCAA record, previously held by Blair Walsh of Georgia (45, 2008-11).

4 Brandon Jenkins

2012: Preseason All-America and All-ACC candidate who registered three tackles, one sack and had one pass break-up in the season opener against Murray State before suffering a season ending Lisfranc injury to his left foot.

3 EJ Manuel

All-ACC (Second Team) Coaches All-ACC (Second Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (Second Team) Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist Maxwell Award Semifinalist Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist Under Armour Senior Bowl Selection

2012: Senior quarterback who finished his career ranking as one of the most productive at his position in Florida State history…led the Seminoles to a 25-6 record as a starter - the third-most wins in program history - and became just the second quarterback in FBS history to win four straight bowl games, joining former West Virginia QB Pat White…also went 16-3 in his career against ACC opponents…FSU’s all-time leader in completion percentage (66.9), which ties for second in ACC history…ranks among top five Seminole quarterbacks all-time for passing yards (7,736, 3rd), total offense (8,563, 3rd), completions (600, 4th) and attempts (897, 5th), despite only two seasons as the full-time starter…also tied for seventh all-time with 47 career TD passes and tied for ninth all-time with five 300-yard passing games…enjoyed his most productive season in 2012, completing 263-of-387 attempts for 3,392 yards and 23 touchdowns with only 10 interceptions… served as an integral part of the 2012 FSU offense which will go down in FSU history as the most productive ever racking up a school record 6,591 yards which surpassed the 2000 team for the most yards…capped off his career leading FSU to 534 yards of total offense which was the sixth game of over 500 yards of total offense in 2012…ranked second in the ACC and 14th nationally in passing efficiency (156.0) in 2012 and his career total of 150.4 ranks second all-time in the ACC…became the first Seminole quarterback since Charlie Ward to pass for 300 yards and rush for 100 with 380 and 102, respectively, in FSU’s 49-37 win over No. 10 Clemson which earned him his first of two ACC Player of the Week honors…calmly led the Seminoles back from a 14-point third quarter deficit against the Tigers, highlighted by his 29-yard strike to Rodney Smith that gave the ‘Noles their first lead at 35-31 late in third quarter…threw for a career-high 439 yards and four TD’s in a 27-of-34 performance against Boston College as he earned ACC Player of the Week honors for the second time…came up huge with his first game-winning TD pass on FSU’s final drive against Virginia Tech when he hit Rashad Greene on a slant for a 39-yard scoring play with 40 second remaining in a 28-22 victory…eclipsed 200 passing yards eight times this season to go along with seven multiple TD pass games…contributed 310 rushing yards and four TD’s to the Seminoles’ running game, which ranked second in the ACC averaging 205.9 yards per game…named one of four team captains and the most valuable player on offense for the second straight year at the team’s annual banquet.

92 Anthony McCloud

All-ACC (Honorable Mention) Coaches All-ACC (Honorable Mention)

2012: Better known as “Amp” by his teammates, played in 13 games and started 12…finished with 24 tackles (16 unassisted) and one tackle for loss…recorded three or more tackles in seven of his 13 games played…registered his only sack of the season versus NC State…helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)…his ability to help shut down the run (FSU allowed 2.75 yards per rush) and command extra attention in the middle helped free up FSU’s standout defensive end duo of Bjoern Werner and Tank Carradine…missed the season-opener and a start versus Savannah State due to injury… co-recipient of the Unselfish Leadership Award on defense given at the team’s annual banquet.

10 Nick Moody

2012: Played in all 14 games and made 10 starts as the Seminoles strongside linebacker…defensive veteran who played in 49 career games and amassed 155 career tackles…converted from safety and played in 35 games and started a combined14  games in the secondary between 2009-2011…registered 20 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss…made his first solo sack and totaled three tackles in the Orange Bowl against Northern Illinois…credited with three quarterback hurries, which came in all three of FSU’s games versus top 16 opponents (Clemson, Florida, NIU)…helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)…received the Don Powell Award for the unsung hero on defense and co-recipient of the Defensive Warrior award given by the strength and conditioning staff at the team’s annual banquet.

24 Lonnie Pryor

2012: Versatile and productive senior fullback who was a mainstay in the lineup for four seasons…an outstanding blocker who played a key role in FSU’s resurgent running game, which averaged 205.9 yards a game and produced a single-season record 40 rushing touchdowns…a fixture in FSU’s two-back sets, he played in all 14 games and earned eight starts in 2012…had a career night in the Orange Bowl in his final game for Florida State finishing with career-highs in yards (134) on five carries, longest run (60) and tied a career-high with three receptions…named the Orange Bowl MVP as three of the four longest runs of his career came in the game including touchdown runs of 60 yards and 37 yards…opened the year with a career-best, three-touchdown performance in FSU’s win over Murray State…led all running backs averaging 8.0 yards per carry as he finished the season rushing for 376 yards on 47 carries with eight touchdowns, while adding 13 receptions for 117 yards…major contributor to an FSU offense in 2012 which will go down in school history as the most productive ever racking up a school record 6,591 yards which surpassed the 2000 team for the most yards…capped off his career leading FSU to 534 yards of total offense which was the sixth game of over 500 yards of total offense in 2012registered a single-game career-high seven carries at USF…had a rushing touchdown in the win over No. 10 Clemson and two against Boston College…scored 23 career touchdowns – 18 rushing and five receiving…his 41 career receptions leads all active running backs… named one of four team captains...recipient of the Attitude  Award on offense and Offensive Warrior award given by the strength and conditioning staff at the team’s annual banquet.

27 Xavier Rhodes

Phil Steele All-American (Third Team) Jim Thorpe Award Semifinalist All-ACC (First Team) Coaches All-ACC (First Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (First Team) College Football News All-ACC (First Team) 

2012: One of the top cover corners in the country…the only player from the ACC to be named a semifinalist for the Thorpe Award…started all 14 games at corner…started 38 of 43 games in the secondary in his distinguished FSU career…defended 10 passes on the season, placing 11th in the ACC…his three interceptions tied for 8th in the ACC…led all FSU players with 10 passes defensed and tied for the team lead with three interceptions… also added seven pass break-ups which tied for third on the team…recorded 39 tackles (27 unassisted) and 2.0 tackles for loss…third interception and eighth career pick came in the ACC Championship Game versus Georgia Tech…two other picks came against Murray State and at USF…forced and recovered a fumble in the Orange Bowl against Northern Illinois…registered a season-high seven tackles at NC State…anchored an FSU secondary that held nine of the top 10 receivers in the ACC at the time they faced them to a combined 22 catches for 244 yards…In the last 12 games, was targeted 47 times and allowed just 13 completions for 88 yards with two interceptions and seven pass break-ups… helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)…earned the Mr. Dependable Skill Award at the team’s annual banquet for the second straight year.

84 Debrale Smiley

2012: Senior running back played in six games on the season...had a career game against Duke rushing for 42 yards on nine carries, including a career-high run of 21 yards...scored three touchdowns on the season with two coming against Murray State in the season opener as well as an 18 yard score against Wake Forest. 

84 Rodney Smith

2012: Senior wide receiver who was one of the most dependable and productive members of the unit over the last three seasons…registered a school record-setting 39th consecutive game with a reception when he caught an 8-yard pass from EJ Manuel in the Orange Bowl surpassing former Seminole great E.G. Green (1994-97) had held the mark for 15 years…ranked second on the squad with 38 receptions and third on the team with 524 yards in 2012, including three TD catches…set career single-game best for receptions (9 vs. Boston College) and also longest career reception and TD reception (61 vs. Savannah State)…had a team-leading two 100-yard games, going for 108 against Boston College and 112 against Duke on just three receptions…three TD receptions came in consecutive games against Savannah State, Wake Forest and Clemson…his 29-yard touchdown reception against No. 10 Clemson with 2:37 left in the third quarter gave the Seminoles their first lead, which they did not relinquish…finished career ranked just outside the top 20 on FSU’s career lists for receptions (106), receiving yards (1,540) and touchdowns (10)… major contributor to an FSU offense in 2012 which will go down in school history as the most productive ever racking up a school record 6,591 yards which surpassed the 2000 team for the most yards...earned the Unselfish Leadership Award on offense at the team’s annual banquet. 

96 Toshmon Stevens

2012: Played in all 14 games predominantly as a member of multiple special teams units as well as a defensive end..posted 13 tackles, including 10 solo tackles...posted a season high three tackles against Murray State...had a streak of five consecutive game with a tackle by pulling down a ball carrier against Boston College, Miami, Duke, Virginia Tech and Maryland...recovered two fumbles, one on defense against Savannah State and another on kickoff coverage against Maryland.

4 Chris Thompson

All-ACC (Second Team) Coaches All-ACC (Second Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (Second Team) ACC Brian Piccolo Award Recipient

2012: Senior tailback who was in the midst of an outstanding season when he suffered a year-ending knee injury in the eighth game at Miami…ranked sixth in the ACC in rushing with 687 yards despite missing the final six games and was on pace to become FSU’s first 1,000-yard back since Warrick Dunn in 1996…played a key role in FSU’s resurgent running game, which averaged 205.9 yards a game and produced a single-season record 40 rushing touchdowns… major contributor to an FSU offense in 2012 which will go down in school history as the most productive ever racking up a school record 6,591 yards which surpassed the 2000 team for the most yards…co-winner of the ACC’s Brian Piccolo Award as the Most Courageous player in 2012 after returning from two broken vertebrae in his back suffered at Wake Forest in early October of 2011…turned in three 100-yard rushing performances, highlighted by his career-best 197 yards against Wake Forest, which included TD runs of 74 and 80 yards…ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns in win over No. 10 Clemson and followed with 141 yards on the ground at NC State…his 7.54 yards per carry average (91-687) is ahead of Dunn’s single-season school record average (7.48, 1995)…also led all running backs with 21 catches for 248 yards…ranked third in FSU history with a career 6.26 average after amassing 1,735 yards on 277 carries…ranked 15th all-time in career rushing yardage (1,735)…totaled 45 career receptions for 430 yards averaging 9.6 yards per reception…given the Leadership Award on offense at the team’s annual banquet.

71 Menelik Watson

All-ACC (Honorable Mention) Coaches All-ACC (Honorable Mention)

2012: Junior college transfer who jumped into the starting lineup at right tackle after arriving in January and helped solidify the unit…started 12 of 13 games and boasted a season average grade of 76.2 percent…allowed just one sack all season…registered three knockdowns against both Boston College and Maryland… major contributor to an FSU offense in 2012 which will go down in school history as the most productive ever racking up a school record 6,591 yards which surpassed the 2000 team for the most yards…an outstanding blocker who played a key role in FSU’s resurgent running game, which averaged 205.9 yards a game and produced a single-season record 40 rushing touchdowns…athletically-gifted big man from Manchester, Great Britain…played Division I basketball at Marist before transferring to Saddleback (Calif.) College, where he played football for the first time and emerged as one of the nation’s top junior college tackles…selected as the Top Newcomer on Offense at the team’s annual banquet.

95 Bjoern Werner

*********** Unanimous All-American ***********

Walter Camp All-American (First Team)* FWAA All-American (First Team)* l AP All-American (First Team)* FACA FBS Coaches All-American (First Team)* Sporting News All-American (First Team)* CBSSports.com All-American (First Team) Pro Football Weekly All-American (First Team) l  Athlon Sports All-American (First Team) SI.com All-American (Second Team) Phil Steele All-American (Second Team) l ACC Defensive Player of the Year Athlon Sports ACC Defensive Player of the Year College Football News ACC Defensive Player of the Year All-ACC (First Team) Coaches All-ACC (First Team) ESPN.com All-Conference (First Team) Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (First Team) College Football News All-ACC (First Team) Bronko Nagurski Trophy Finalist Ted Hendricks Award Finalist

2012: One of the most versatile and disruptive defensive ends in the nation in helping Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)...ranked third in total sacks (13.0) in the NCAA and first in the ACC while also ranking 14th in the NCAA in sacks per game…led the nation in yards accumulated on tackles behind the line of scrimmage (134)…only one player in FSU history recorded more sacks in their first three seasons than Werner and that was Peter Boulware…after just two years of high school football in the U.S., Werner amassed 35 TFL, 23.5 sacks, 18 passes defended, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in three seasons in Tallahassee…moved into the top 10 all-time at FSU for TFL in just 27 career starts…ranks fourth all-time at FSU for TFL recorded in the first three seasons of a career…over the last two seasons, recorded a sack or TFL in 17 of FSU’s 27 games and recorded a tackle in 34 consecutive games…one of only two defensive linemen in the NCAA to have eight or more pass break-ups…posted 42 tackles (30 unassisted), 18.0 tackles for loss which ranked second in the ACC, 13.0 sacks, five quarterback hurries, one forced fumble and a  fumble recovery…came one TFL shy of tying a 45-year old FSU record when he racked up five in the season opener, also recorded four sacks and a pass batted down…versus Boston College, almost single-handedly thwarted the Eagles on four attempts to score from the FSU one-yard line by recording a PBU on first down, a tackle for no gain on second down and a QB hurry on fourth down causing an incomplete pass…played arguably the best game of his stellar FSU career recording 3.5 sacks, a career-high tying six tackles and a fumble recovery for nine yards versus No. 4 Florida in the regular season finale…named the most valuable player on defense for the second straight year at the team’s annual banquet.

11 Vince Williams

All-ACC (Honorable Mention)Phil Steele Postseason All-ACC (Second Team)Under Armour Senior Bowl Selection

2012: Senior who started all 14 games for FSU at the middle linebacker spot…helped Florida State’s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game)finished fourth on the team with 59 tackles as he eclipsed 50 tackles for the second straight season…recorded five or more tackles in seven of his 14 games…set a career-high with 10 tackles in the Orange Bowl win over Northern Illinois which included his first sack of the season…set a career high with 6.5 tackles for loss for the season and a new career best with two stops behind the line in the ACC Championship Game win over Georgia Tech…had a big game in a key road win at Virginia Tech recording five tackles, a tackle for loss, two quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery…recorded tackles for loss in four of the last five games…named one of four team captains and given the Leadership Award on defense at the team’s annual banquet.


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