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    2023 NFL Combine Bench Press Results

    What are the NFL Combine bench press results from the 2023 event, and which athlete set the standard for reps this year?

    The NFL Combine bench press gives the bigger athletes a chance to demonstrate their strength. While it does not always garner the excitement of some of the other events, it can be one of the most impressive parts of the weekend. Below is a full list of NFL Combine bench press results from the 2023 event.

    If you want to keep note of everything surrounding your favorite 2023 NFL Draft prospects, PFN is tracking every single player’s Combine measurement and testing results.

    2023 NFL Combine Bench Press Results

    The NFL Combine bench press results are broken down by position, with players listed alphabetically within their position. Players who did not partake in the drill are not listed.

    Wide Receiver

    • Andrei Iosivas | 19 reps
      Princeton
    • Charlie Jones | 13 reps
      Purdue
    • Jacob Copeland | 20 reps
      Maryland
    • Jaray Jenkins | 20 reps
      LSU
    • Jason Brownlee | 16 reps
      Southern Mississippi
    • Jonathan Mingo | 22 reps
      Mississippi
    • Justin Shorter | 18 reps
      Florida
    • Michael Jefferson | 16 reps
      Louisiana
    • Michael Wilson | 23 reps
      Stanford
    • Mitchell Tinsley | 14 reps
      Penn State
    • Parker Washington | 16 reps
      Penn State
    • Rakim Jarrett | 13 reps
      Maryland
    • Ronnie Bell | 14 reps
      Michigan

    Tight End

    • Blake Whiteheart | 20 reps
      Wake Forest
    • Brayden Willis | 20 reps
      Oklahoma
    • Brenton Strange | 23 reps
      Penn State
    • Darnell Washington | 21 reps
      Georgia
    • Noah Gindorff | 16 reps
      North Dakota State
    • Travis Vokolek | 20 reps
      Nebraska
    • Tucker Kraft | 23 reps
      South Dakota State
    • Will Mallory | 20 reps
      Miami
    • Zack Kuntz | 23 reps
      Old Dominon

    Interior Defensive Line

    • Bryan Bresee | 22 reps
      Clemson
    • Byron Young | 24 reps
      Alabama
    • Dante Stills | 20 reps
      West Virginia
    • Gervon Dexter | 22 reps
      Florida
    • Jalen Redmond | 27 reps
      Oklahoma
    • Jaquelin Roy | 30 reps
      LSU
    • Keeanu Benton | 25 reps
      Wisconsin
    • Keondre Coburn | 24 reps
      Texas
    • Mazi Smith | 34 reps
      Michigan
    • Moro Ojomo | 29 reps
      Texas
    • PJ Mustipher | 19 reps
      Penn State
    • Tyler Lacy | 30 reps
      Oklahoma State
    • Viliami Fehoko | 24 reps
      San Jose State
    • Zacch Pickens | 22 reps
      South Carolina

    EDGE

    • Adetomiwa Adebawore | 27 reps
      Northwestern
    • Andre Carter II | 11 reps
      Army
    • Brenton Cox Jr. | 24 reps
      Florida
    • Byron Young | 22 reps
      Tennessee
    • Colby Wooden | 23 reps
      Auburn
    • Dylan Horton | 18 reps
      TCU
    • Habakkuk Baldonado | 21 reps
      Pitt
    • Isaiah Foskey | 22 reps
      Notre Dame
    • Isaiah Land | 21 reps
      Florida A&M
    • Jose Ramirez | 21 reps
      Eastern Michigan
    • Keion White | 30 reps
      Georgia Tech
    • Lukas Van Ness | 17 reps
      Iowa
    • Mike Morris | 22 reps
      Michigan
    • Myles Murphy | 25 reps
      Clemson
    • Tavius Robinson | 23 reps
      Mississippi
    • Thomas Incoom | 23 reps
      Central Michigan
    • Tyree Wilson | 23 reps
      Texas Tech
    • Zach Harrison | 25 reps
      Ohio State

    Linebackers

    • Cam Jones | 17 reps
      Indiana
    • Charlie Thomas | 18 reps
      Georgia Tech
    • DeMarvion Overshown | 15 reps
      Texas
    • Isaiah Moore | 26 reps
      North Carolina State
    • Jeremy Banks | 25 reps
      Tennessee
    • Noah Sewell | 27 reps
      Oregon
    • Owen Pappoe | 29 reps
      Auburn
    • Shaka Heyward | 22 reps
      Duke
    • SirVocea Dennis | 19 reps
      Pitt
    • Trenton Simpson | 25 reps
      Clemson

    Cornerbacks

    • Anthony Johnson Jr. | 15 reps
      Virginia
    • Cameron Mitchell | 15 reps
      Northwestern
    • Carrington Valentine | 9 reps
      Kentucky
    • Christian Gonzalez | 14 reps
      Oregon
    • Clark Phillips III | 18 reps
      Utah
    • Cory Trice | 17 reps
      Purdue
    • Jakorian Bennett | 13 reps
      Maryland
    • Jartavius Martin | 15 reps
      Illinois
    • Jaylon Jones | 14 reps
      Texas A&M
    • Joey Porter Jr. | 17 reps
      Penn State
    • Lance Boykin | 13 reps
      Coastal Carolina
    • Mekhi Blackmon | 11 reps
      USC
    • Terell Smith | 14 reps
      Minnesota
    • Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson | 12 reps
      TCU

    Safety

    • Antonio Johnson | 8 reps
      Texas A&M
    • Brandon Hill | 15 reps
      Pitt
    • Brandon Joseph | 17 reps
      Notre Dame
    • Brian Branch | 14 reps
      Alabama
    • Chamarri Conner | 20 reps
      Virginia Tech
    • Christopher Smith | 15 reps
      Georgia
    • Daniel Scott | 22 reps
      Cal
    • Gervarrius Owens | 15 reps
      Houston
    • Jammie Robinson | 23 reps
      Florida State
    • Jason Taylor II | 14 reps
      Oklahoma State
    • Jay Ward | 16 reps
      LSU
    • Ji’Ayir Brown | 18 reps
      Penn State
    • Jordan Battle | 17 reps
      Alabama
    • Jordan Howden | 14 reps
      Minnesota
    • Rashad Torrence II | 20 reps
      Florida
    • Sydney Brown | 23 reps
      Illinois
    • Trey Dean III | 25 reps
      Florida

    Who Had the Best Bench Press Results at the 2023 NFL Combine?

    Among the 2023 NFL Combine invitees, it is the linemen on the offensive and defensive side of the ball who are expected to battle it out for supremacy in this event. The defensive linemen will have a chance to set the standard on the first day of workouts — Thursday. The offensive linemen will then get their chance to better those numbers to round out the weekend on Sunday.

    After each day, we will update this section with the player who has posted the most reps so far, but will anyone be able to beat the all-time NFL Combine record?

    Friday, March 03

    The best bench press performance of the day went to Michigan’s Mazi Smith. Smith, who opted out of all other tests and interviews, put up 34 reps of 225 pounds. The impressive DT was a consensus All-Big Ten First-Team selection in 2022 after putting up 48 tackles and a forced fumble.

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