The final day of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis took place earlier today, and former Dawgs Broderick Jones, Warren McClendon, and Kenny McIntosh.
Broderick Jones, who rose to stardom in the 2022 National Championship against Alabama, weighed in at 6'5" and 311 pounds. The former UGA left tackle put together a great combine with a 40-yard dash time of 4.97 which was the best time for all offensive linemen that ran. Jones had a broad jump of 9'0" which was 17th best and finished with the 14th best vertical out of 40 other participants with a leap of 30.00".
UGA's Warren McClendon did not participate in the on-field drills in this week's combine.
The last former Bulldog to go was running back Kenny McIntosh, and out of the other 15 running backs running the 40, he was in the bottom tier with a time of 4.67. The 40-yard dash was the only event that McIntosh decided to take part in. McIntosh did show off his specialty by catching multiple passes out of the backfield, including one deep ball.
All of the Dawgs that did drills at the combine will have another chance at UGA's pro day on March 15th in Athens.