2012 NFL Combine Results: Defensive Backs Highlight Final Day

Tuesday marked the last day of the 2012 NFL Combine. It also meant it was time for the defensive backs to shine. In particular, Josh Robinson from Central Florida.

The fastest 40-yard dash time was produced by UCF's Josh Robinson. Robinson ran a 4.33, which was the fastest time of any position at the 2012 NFL Combine.

Arizona State's Omar Bolden did the most 225-pound bench press reps with 24, beating Jamell Fleming from Oklahoma by one.

Justin Bethel of Presbtyerian was tops in the vertical jump with a 39.5 inch jump while Josh Robinson was second with a 38.5 inch jump. Robinson did have the best broad jump at 11'1".

Robinson also had the best time in the 3-cone drill at 6.55 seconds. Casey Hayward from Vanderbilt had the best 20-yard shuttle time (3.90 seconds) while Jamell Fleming had the best 60-yard shuttle time (10.75 seconds).

Mark Barron from Alabama, a safety who has been widely projected to get selected by the Patriots in this year's NFL Draft, did not participate in the Combine drills. Barron is recovering from hernia surgery.

For more draft coverage, check out SB Nation's 2012 NFL Draft hub and Mocking The Draft, who has staff on the ground in Indy this week. For all your Patriots news and notes, head to Pats Pulpit.

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