Defensive back Demarcus Van Dyke of Miami earned the distinction of fastest player at the combine. He blazed a 4.28-second time in the 40-yard dash. That edged Louisiana State defensive back Patrick Peterson and Maryland running back Da'Rel Scott, each of whom clocked 4.34.
Oregon State defensive lineman Stephen Paea put on a Herculean display of strength. He benched 225 pounds a record 49 times. North Carolina defensive lineman Marvin Austin was second with 38 reps.
Nevada tight end Virgil Green recorded a vertical jump of 42.5 inches to edge Pittsburgh receiver Jonathan Baldwin, who went 42 inches.
The winner of the broad jump was Alabama receiver Julio Jones, who soared 11 feet 3 inches to outdistance Abilene Christian receiver Edmond Gates, who went 10 feet 11.
Oregon receiver Jeffrey Maehl set a record in the three-cone drill with a time of 6.42 seconds. That edged Tennessee Chattanooga defensive back Buster Skrine, who had a 6.44.
The 20-yard shuttle was won by Boise State receiver Austin Pettis. He clocked 3.88 seconds to beat Idaho defensive back Shiloh Keo (3.9) and Tennessee Chattanooga's Skrine (3.9).
Skine also won the 60-yard shuttle in a record 10.75 seconds. Citadel defensive back Cortez Allen was second in 10.87.