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Penn State at the 2017 NFL Combine

A pair of Penn Staters are at the combine - follow along here for their stats!

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The measurables portion of the NFL Combine starts on Friday, but there won’t be any players representing the blue and white.

Wide receiver Chris Godwin and defensive end Garrett Sickels, both of whom left Penn State before their eligibility expired for the league, are the sole Nittany Lions at Lucas Oil Stadium (where both should feel a little at home, after the Big Ten Championship). Godwin will take the field on Saturday, March 4, and Sickels will on Sunday, March 5.

After press and interview days that saw Godwin reveal that he was being trained by Calvin Johnson, there’s not much to do for the duo but wait until their numbers are called.

We’ll have updated performance numbers here as they come in.

Chris Godwin

6’1, 209 lbs grade: unknown - but for some inexplicable reason he’s not in Mayock’s top 5 receivers.

40 Yard Dash: 4.42 seconds*

Bench press: 19 reps*

Vertical jump: 36.0 inches*

Broad jump: 126.0 inches (10’6”)*

Three Cone Drill: 7.01 seconds

20 Yard Shuttle: 4.0 seconds*

60 Yard Shuttle: 11.21 seconds*

Garrett Sickels

6’4, 260 lbs grade: 5.25

40 Yard Dash: 4.90 seconds

Bench press: 20 reps

Vertical jump: 28.0 inches

Broad jump: 105.0 inches

Three Cone Drill: 7.21 seconds

20 Yard Shuttle: 4.41 seconds

*denotes top performer