NFL Combine Invites

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Feb 27, 2018
From Mark Cooper...

Twenty-eight running backs weighed in at the NFL combine in Indianapolis on Wednesday.

At 198 pounds, Justice Hill was one of two who came in less than 200 pounds. At 31 5/8 inches, though, Hill does have some of the longest arms in the position group.

Still, the former Oklahoma State running back will have a chance to work out Friday for NFL teams and prove he’s worth selection in the NFL draft in April. Friday marks the first day of on-field workouts for draft prospects and it includes the running backs, who will run the 40-yard dash and 3-cone drill, among other tasks.

In three years at Oklahoma State, Hill rushed for 3,539 yards in 36 games. For the most part, he was durable. Until he left the Bedlam game on Nov. 10 and proceeded to miss OSU’s final three games, he had appeared in every game of his Cowboys career.

His durability, which included 13 games of 20 or more carries, came in spite of his playing weight of less than 200 pounds.

Hill will get another chance to perform in front of scouts at Oklahoma State’s pro day on March 12.
Also, I've begun a locals in the 2019 Combine gallery. There are only two of Justice at the moment (one of them is below) from the bench press yesterday, but the Associated Press should have more later today with other drills.


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Feb 5, 2008
Oklahoma City
Tyron should have come back. He's 6th or 7th round pick and might not be drafted at all. Not smart. It's a massive risk for no reason. Should come back for senior year. No brainer