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NFL Combine: Aaron Donald Stands Out

We are nearing the end of the 2014 NFL Combine and one player is standing out more than any other Dallas Cowboys hopeful. Of course I am referring to the single best defensive tackle at the combine, Aaron Donald. He has impressed a lot of scouts and writers with his numbers during the workouts.

40 Time: 4.68 seconds (To put this in perspective, Johnny Manziel ran the exact same time.)

Bench press: 35 reps  (Only Kaleb Ramsey of Boston College had more in the DL group)

Three Cone Drill: 7.11 seconds (Kony Ealy had the best time at 6.83 seconds)

Many scouts have said that if Donald was 6’3″ or taller that he would be a top five selection and not a mid-late first round selection.

With that being said maybe Donald’s height will help out the Cowboys land their 3T tackle who can penetrate the line at will.

We will have a complete Combine wrap up after the workouts are over on who rose and who fell at the Combine.

What do you think?

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Written by Patrick Conn

Patrick Conn is the founder and creator of Valley Ranch Outsiders. His work has been seen on SI.com, FanSided, Yahoo and Blue Star Times. He is an avid Cowboys fan and NFL Draft analyst. He currently hosts a podcast about the Dallas Cowboys.

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