Kashif Moore, a wide receiver prospect from the Connecticut Huskies football program, posted some impressive numbers Sunday at the 2012 NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Moore, who's not projected to be a NFL Draft selection come April, was the top performer in the vertical jump and made the list of top performers in the 40-yard dash and broad jump.
Moore, who was measured at 5-foot-9, 180 pounds on Friday, topped all wide outs by leaping 43.50-inches in the vert jump and placing fourth overall in the broad jump (10-feet, 6-inches). Moore also posted the eighth-best time in the 40-yard dash, running it in 4.42 seconds.
Coming into the day, Moore probably didn't have many scouts looking at him, however, leaving Indy with those numbers he now will.
Meanwhile, official results from Sunday's workouts for the quarterbacks and wide receiver are becoming official. Here's some 40-yard dash results via NFL.com:
Wide receiver 40-yard dash:
Travis Benjamin, Miami: 4:36 seconds
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech: 4.36
Chris Owusu, Stanford: 4.36
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois: 4.39
Devon Wylie, Fresno State: 4.39
Tommy Streeter, Miami: 4.4
Chris Givens, Wake Forest: 4.41
T.J. Graham, N.C. State: 4.41
Kashif Moore, Connecticut: 4.42
Jarius Wright, Arkansas: 4.42
Quarterback 40-yard dash:
Robert Griffin III, Baylor: 4.41 seconds
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin: 4.55
Jordan Jefferson, LSU: 4.65
Andrew Luck, Stanford: 4.67
Aaron Corp, Richmond: 4.72
Jacory Harris, Miami: 4.72
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