Devin Culp shines in the 40-yard dash on Day 2 of the NFL Combine

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The 2024 NFL Combine featured a showcase for tight ends and defensive backs yesterday. Two additional players from the Huskies participated, while a third joined in for measurements without engaging in drills.

Devin Culp, the tight end from Washington, may not have been a widely recognized name in the draft process, but his impressive combine performance suggests he could be on the rise. Particularly noteworthy was his remarkable 4.47-second 40-yard dash, ranking as the fourth-best time by a tight end in combine history.

Culp's measurements include a height of 6'3", a weight of 231 pounds, an arm length of 32 7/8", and hands measuring 9 1/4".

Dominique Hampton, a former Washington DB with a height of 6'2" and a weight of 215 pounds, showcased his athleticism with a commendable 4.51 40-time. Notably, his arms measured at 33 1/4", and his hands at 10". Hampton further demonstrated his agility with a 39" vertical jump, a 10'2" broad jump, and a 6.83 3-cone drill. His versatility in playing various positions in the defensive backfield makes him an appealing prospect for teams.

Former Washington TE Jack Westover attended the combine but opted out of participating in practice drills. His measurements include a height of 6'3", a weight of 243 pounds, arms measuring 32 1/8", and hands of 9 1/8".

With noteworthy performances captured on tape, Westover's decision to skip certain drills is justified. In addition to Rome Odunze, Jalen McMillan, and Ja'Lynn Polk from the Huskies, Westover stood out as another impressive weapon for the offense. He had his best year in 2023 with 433 yards and four touchdowns. Three of those were against Michigan State. He also had a rushing touchdown.