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2009 Combine Results Saturday June 27, 2009
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Surface: Field Turf

Note: An electronic timing system was used for the 40 yard dash; therefore, as a rule thumb, times are .1 to.2 of a second slower than hand held timers.

Thanks and congratulations to all who participated in the 2009 SPORTSRECRUITERS COMBINE.

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Sportsrecruiters.com would like to acknowledge some of the standouts at the Sportrecruiters.com Combine:  First, the athletes that showed impressive speed, quickness, and agility.

The Nimble Ten

  • Rodney Dunbar
  • Joey Miller
  • Jeff Baltimore
  • Josh Grafton
  • Bob Smutsky
  • Chris Damiano
  • Trevor Harman
  • Ryan Wright
  • Steven Onorato
  • Theodore McNair

Ferocious Five-Lineman that really performed well

  • Victor Shaffer-won the bull in the ring during the one on ones lineman challenge
  • David Beale
  • Darius Solomon
  • Andrew Consevage
  • Zach Taylor

Lastly, the skill position One-on-Ones Prime Time Performers

  • Nathan McKillop-gun for an arm, accurate, fundamentally sound foot work and release
  • Josh Kilmer-nice arm and accuracy, quick feet, see shuttle run
  • Josh Grafton-runs precise routes and has great hands, deceptively fast
  • Fred Dietz-displayed nice athleticism running with the receivers as he is a linebacker by trade
  • Austin Durham-excelled in underneath coverage and had a good burst and break on the ball
  • Jeff Baltimore-quick and shifty, nice hands, superb balance
  • Rodney Dunbar-quick, speed to burn, can cut on a dime, can start and stop at almost full speed, caught ball well
  • Shaun Jones-surprisingly strong arm and fairly accurate, has loads of potential
  • Trevor Harman-nice speed, has good closing speed, fluid hip turn that cbs need
  • Joey Miller-good speed, runs precise routes, and nice ball recognition skills

Complete Results:

Name High School Position SR # Class Height Weight 40 Shuttle Broad Vertical 3 Cone Medicine Ball
Tyler Fleck Cumberland Valley OG/DT 1 2010 5-7 200 -- 5.04 6' 9" 21" 8.73 25' 10"
Bob Smutsky Northern WR 2 2012 6-0.5 179 4.87 4.65 9' 4" 29" 8.12 35' 10"
Fred Dietz Bishop McDevitt LB 3 2010 5-11.5 201 -- 4.41 9' 0" 28" 7.73 36' 3"
Tom Price Elizabethtown RB/LB 4 2012 5-7 152 5.03 4.67 7' 7" 21.25" 8.20 28' 8"
Barry Lyons Cumberland Valley DE/TE 5 2011 6-1 209 -- 4.97 8' 4" 23.5" 8.40 34' 7"
Josh Grafton Susquehanna Twp. WR 6 2010 6-0 175 4.79 4.61 8' 11" 28" 7.58 32' 10"
Chris Damiano Bishop Guilfoyle RB/DB 7 2011 5-7.5 153 4.87 4.36 8' 8" 32" 7.36 31' 8"
Steven Onorato Hershey FS/WR 8 2013 5-10 150 4.97 4.32 7' 6" 24" 7.73 29' 2"
Adam Hollinger Bishop McDevitt SS 9 2012 5-7.5 161 4.96 4.64 8' 7" 32.25" 8.20 27'
Ryan Wright Milton Hershey LB/TE 10 2010 5-11.5 180 4.91 4.62 9' 4" 35.25" 8.18 36' 4"
Cody Cooper Upper Dauphin RB/LB 11 2010 5-10 184 5.21 4.37 8' 2" 22" 8.06 35' 8"
Cameron Lipnicky Trinity DE/OT 12 2011 6-0 200 5.35 4.73 8' 4" 28" 8.07 30' 7"
Colin Rigney Trinity OG/LB 13 2011 5-8.5 207 5.46 4.93 7' 4" 20.5" 8.58 27' 9"
Austin Durham Trinity RB/LB 14 2011 5-10 175 -- 4.48 9' 1" 24" 7.73 30' 4"
Tanner Brown Trinity C/LB 15 2011 5-6 222 -- 5.29 6' 5" 21.5" 9.06 26' 10"
Nathan McKillop Northern Lebanon QB 16 2010 5-10.5 202 -- 4.67 7' 11" 25" 7.81 31' 6"
Andrew Consevage Cumberland Valley C/DE 17 2011 6-0 207 -- 4.80 7' 10" 20" 8.23 31' 0"
Jeff Baltimore Harrisburg RB/WR 18 2010 5-6 152 4.69 4.41 8' 10" 29" 7.66 30' 11"
John O' Korn Huntingdon Area QB 19 2013 6-1.5 167 5.60 4.91 7' 0" 23" 8.13 29' 8"
Jake Harris Northern DE/TE 20 2013 5-11 142 -- 5.01 6' 5.5" 16" 8.80 25' 3"
Joey Miller Lower Dauphin WR 21 2010 6-0 173 4.70 4.88 9' 0" 27.5" 8.43 33' 10"
Gage Miller Lower Dauphin TE/LB 22 2010 5-10.5 223 5.16 4.77 7' 9" 26.5" 8.78 32' 11"
Eric Leighton Cumberland Valley OG 23 2010 5-11.5 209 -- 4.94 8' 0" 23" 8.27 32' 1"
Dave Spizzirri Steel-High C 24 2010 5-7.25 228 5.49 4.84 6' 7.5" 27.5" 8.75 30' 3"
Josh Kilmer Cumberland Valley QB 25 2010 5-11 190 -- 4.33 8' 4" 23.25" 7.75 34' 10"
Victor Shaffer Bishop McDevitt OT 26 2010 -- -- -- 5.04 7' 3" 18" 8.72 35' 4"
Joseph Roberts Steel-High LB/TE 27 2011 5-11 186 5.19 4.86 8' 0" 20.25" 7.95 32' 5"
Stephen Williams Steel-High DE 28 2010 5-10.5 167 5.22 4.65 7' 6" 22" 7.83 28' 4"
Theodore McNair Steel-High RB 29 2011 5-4 146 4.90 4.93 7' 4" 23" 7.89 28' 1"
Shaun Jones Harrisburg QB 30 2011 5-10.5 158 -- 4.78 8' 9" 24.25" 7.75 27' 8"
Rodney Dunbar Harrisburg RB/ATH 31 2011 5-5.5 151 4.60 4.51 8' 1" 29.5" 7.52 30' 1"
Dwight Herb CD East C/OG 32 2011 5-11.5 206 5.69 4.94 7' 4" 22" 8.70 27' 11"
Darius Solomon CD East OL/DL 33 2010 5-8 227 5.50 5.09 7' 10" 28" 8.80 37' 2"
Rashawn Stancil CD East LB 34 2010 6-1 196 5.16 4.72 8' 4" 28.25" 8.27 38' 5"
Trevor Harman Cumberland Valley CB/WR 35 2010 6-0.5 177 -- 4.68 8' 8" 35" 7.83 32' 2"
Zach Taylor Cumberland Valley OT/DE 36 2010 6-2 202 5.35 4.95 8' 3" 30.5" 8.84 34' 1"
David Beale Cumberland Valley OT/DE 37 2010 6-1.5 215 5.34 4.69 8' 3.5" 22.5" 8.03 32' 1"
Juwon Chisholm Harrisburg RB -- 2010 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Rodney Ramsey Middletown RB INJ 2011 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

 

 

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