NFL combine 2020 results: K’Lavon Chaisson, Terrell Lewis stand out as linebackers weigh in


INDIANAPOLIS — The linebacker group joined the party here Wednesday. Clemson’s Isaiah Simmons was the belle of the ball but there were several other talented prospects around him, including a deep pool of modern-day talent. Simmons should test well later this week, but there were a few SEC linebackers who benefited the most from the mid-week weigh-in.

We’ve got you covered with the winners and losers from the day’s weigh-in. Here are our takeaways from the linebackers.

Linebacker measurements

Joe Bachie 6-1 230 31 5/8″ 76 7/8″
Markus Bailey 6-0 1/8 235 31 4/8″ 76 2/8″
Zack Baun 6-2 3/8 238 32 6/8″ 78 2/8″
Francis Bernard 6-0 3/8 234 31 7/8″ 77 2/8″
Daniel Bituli 6-0 5/8 246 34 3/8″ 83 3/8″
Shaun Bradley 6-0 5/8 235 31 6/8″ 74 3/8″
Jordan Brooks 6-0 240 32 7/8″ 79 3/8″
Cameron Brown 6-5 2/8 233 34 78 7/8″
K’Lavon Chaisson 6-3 254 32 2/8″ 79 2/8″
Nick Coe 6-4 5/8 280 33 6/8″ 80 6/8″
Carter Coughlin 6-3 1/8 236 31 3/8″ 76 7/8″
Akeem Davis-Gaither 6-1 4/8 224 31 1/8″ 75 1/8″
Michael Divinity 6-1 5/8 242 33 5/8″ 80″
Troy Dye 6-3 2/8 231 32 2/8″ 78″
Tipa Galeai 6-4 5/8 235 33 5/8″ 81″
Cale Garrett 6-1 6/8 234 32 1/8″ 75 2/8″
Willie Gay Jr. 6-1 1/8 243 32 5/8″ 77 7/8″
Scoota Harris 5-11 5/8 234 31 3/8″ 75 7/8″
Malik Harrison 6-2 5/8 247 32 6/8″ 79 3/8″
Khaleke Hudson 5-11 224 29 3/8″ 72 5/8″
Anfernee Jennings 6-2 1/8 256 32 7/8″ 79 4/8″
Clay Johnston 6-1 227 30 4/8″ 73 2/8″
Azur Kamara 6-3 2/8 245 35 2/8″ 82 5/8″
Terrell Lewis 6-5 2/8 262 33 7/8″ 83 3/8″
Jordan Mack 6-2 6/8 241 31 2/8″ 75 5/8″
Kamal Martin 6-2 7/8 240 34″ 81″
Kenneth Murray 6-2 4/8 241 32 6/8″ 80″
Dante Olson 6-2 3/8 237 32 3/8″ 76 3/8″
Jacob Phillips 6-3 229 32 3/8″ 78 2/8″
Michael Pinckney 5-11 1/8 235 32 3/8″ 77 2/8″
Shaquille Quarterman 6-0 4/8  234 31 5/8″ 75 1/8″
Patrick Queen 6-0 2/8 229 31 5/8″ 76 7/8″
Chapelle Russell 6-2 236 32 3/8″ 76″
Isaiah Simmons 6-3 5/8 238 33 3/8″ 81 7/8″
Justin Strnad 6-3 3/8 238 31 6/8″ 78″
Darrell Taylor 6-3 5/8 267 33″ 80″
Davion Taylor 6-0 4/8 228 32 1/8″ 76 6/8″
Casey Toohill 6-4 3/8 250 33 4/8″ 79 5/8″
Josh Uche 6-1 2/8 245 33 5/8″ 80″
Mykal Walker 6-3 230 32 4/8″ 79 7/8″
Curtis Weaver 6-2 3/8 265 32 3/8″ 78 1/8″
Evan Weaver 6-2 1/8 237 31 5/8″ 77 1/8″
Logan Wilson 6-2 1/8  241 32 3/8″ 76 5/8″
David Woodward 6-1 6/8 230 31 5/8″ 75 5/8″

LB winners

Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian State. Davis-Gaither is a modern NFL linebacker in the sense that he is smaller and can cover sideline to sideline. He measured a little taller and heavier than expected, which is good for his stock. The gap between Patrick Queen and Davis-Gaither should not be as big as what some have made it seem over the past month.

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Terrell Lewis, Alabama. Lewis is a long, lean player and his numbers supported that visual. His wingspan exceeded 83-inches, which is incredible. He could be a problem around the edge.

Malik Harrison, Ohio State. Harrison checked in near 250 pounds, which was a bit of a surprise. He appeared to be thinner in college but either added weight during the pre-draft process or just carries it really well.

K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU. Chaisson looked really sturdy at his weigh-in. There are concerns about how he will hold up at the next level with his medical history but the tape speaks for itself. He is a special talent and his best football remains ahead of him. 

LB losers

Curtis Weaver, Boise State. Weaver had a bigger body in college. It looked as though he might actually be heavier than his listed 265-pounds. As a stand up edge rusher, the hope is that his weight would come down a little bit. He does everything else so well.





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