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Richmond, VA - Top Junior Performers

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Richmond, VA - Top Junior Performers

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: March 30, 2012
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Shakeem Copeland
69, 188
Garfield, VA
Copeland was the Overall MVP, posting a 4.59 40, a 9 broad, 4.1 shuttle and a 32 inch vertical. Copeland showed great hands and good feet.

Daivon Nixon
71.5, 170
Meade, MD
Nixon, the DB MVP, showed great ball awareness, quick feet and the ability to jump routes. He posted an 8-10 broad, 4.79 40 and a 4.52 shuttle.

Toddric Bugg
74.5, 277
Dinwiddie, VA
Bugg was named the OL MVP, showing great feet, a good punch and great leverage. He posted a 7-0 broad and 21 reps of 185.

Kaleb Thompson
75, 225
Brookville, VA
Thompson, the DL MVP, posted a 4.99 40, 7-11 broad, and a 4.77 shuttle. Thompson showed great get-off, good hands and great feet.
Theodore Mayer
69, 153
Hayfield, VA
Mayer won the WR MVP, showing good footwork, great route running and great hands. He posted a 4.42 shuttle, 4.78 40 and a 30 inch vertical.

John Thompson
65, 169
John Marshall, VA
Thompson, the RB MVP, posted a 4.26 shuttle, 4.58 40 and a 26 inch vertical. He showed good feet, great hips and good speed.

Kenneth Oliver Jr.
68.5, 183
Highland Springs, VA
Oliver was the LB MVP, showing explosiveness, good intensity and great cover skills. He posted a 9 broad, 4.54 shuttle and a 4.90 40.

Niko Johnson
71, 189
Hermitage, VA
Johnson, the QB MVP, showed good drops and great accuracy. Johnson posted a 4.8 shuttle and a 8 broad.

Damian Nicholson
71, 172
Osbourn Park, VA
Nicholson was the Combine King, posting a 9-3 broad, a 4.60 40, a 4.26 shuttle and a 35 inch vertical.

Donta' Butler
71, 152
Woodside, VA
Butler was the Fastest Man, clocking in at 4.59 in the 40.

Charles Argenzio
72, 233
Freeman, VA
Argenzio was the Strongest Man, posting 29 reps of 185.

Trent Saflin
71, 170
Battlefield, VA
Saflin was the Leadership Award winner, posting a 4.34 shuttle, 8-9 broad and a 31.5 vertical.
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