Now with the NFL Combine in his rearview mirror, Arnette will spend the next month-plus preparing for the NFL Draft, which will include Ohio State's pro day on March 25. Reporters aren't allowed into the area of the Woody Hayes Athletic Center to see this board first-hand, but we're trusting the photography skills of the elder Webb. Let’s call him early in the third round, at No. That 225 at the top of this board means how many reps of 225 pounds that you can do, which is what they do at the combine. I wrote about Price as the strongest Buckeye that August, as he was winning a starting job for the first time. Summary: Damon Arnette is a Day 1 corner prospect for teams looking for a starter in press coverage, which should be every team in the league. 1. Raiders GM Mike Mayock says team timed CB Damon Arnette at 4.43 in 40-yard dash at NFL Combine. Raiders Scouts Clocked Damon Arnette’s 40 Time at 4.43 in Indianapolis. Price has held that title since before he took a starting job as a redshirt freshman in 2014. I got exactly 4.43 and have the pic of the time. He will then hope to hear his name called early in the draft in late April. did it 3 times: 4.43 twice and 4.45 once. 68 to the New York Jets. Have them do a start that relates to how they will play the game. This is another one we knew and have written - cornerback Denzel Ward is the fastest Buckeye. Mayock also mentioned that Arnette plays much faster than the reported 4.56 40-yard dash and his speed was never a concern for the Raiders. Why do these hundredths of a second matter for Arnette? 5 Paulson Adebo - Stanford. it's good to see sophomore receiver Austin Mack, who is expected to contribute this year. Raiders GM Mike Mayock was on SiriusXM NFL’s Movin’ the Chains on Wednesday and he discussed each of the Raiders 2020 draft picks. @OhioStateFB CB @Damon_Arnette runs a 4.57u 40-yard dash.?? The Raiders could be without first-round pick Damon Arnette for multiple games due to a thumb injury, according to an NFL Network report. Arnette is an aggressive cornerback, which at times has been to his detriment as he can rack up penalties. In the vertical jump, Sheffield leads the way with 40 inches, and again, this is some kind of athlete we're talking about. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement, and Your California Privacy Rights (each updated 1/1/20). Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. The top of this board doesn't tell us anything we didn't know. Look at the big backs in there, with J.K. Dobbins (at 208 pounds) at 4.32 and Mike Weber at (214 pounds) at 4.35. I reached out to a different AFC team for their Combine 40-yard dash hand times on Arnette. Freshman running J.K. Dobbins, who had said his nickname was "Meatball" checks in at 36.5 inches, and that's a meatball with some hops. But general manager Mike Mayock doesn't want to let that happen. Faster than a 4.55 Forty Yard Dash Time [N/A] Shuttle Drill time 4.00 or faster [N/A] Three Cone Drill time of 7.00 or faster [N/A] Vertical Leap 36 inches or higher After talking with people close to him, Arnette elected to return to Ohio State for his senior year. From that point on, the Broncos got on their horses, scoring four touchdowns, three of which in... We hear it all the time. Every week Justin Herbert is setting rookie records for the Chargers. But 4.23 is legit. Ohio State defensive back Damon Arnette watches the 40-yard dash at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis.AP. Damon Arnette thought about declaring early for the NFL Draft last year. Historical … However, general manager Mike Mayock strongly disputes that time as he has said that his scouts timed Arnette in the 4.43 range. I think he stays in the footprint of the Big Ten in second round, No. STATISTICS. The cornerback put together an impressive final season with the Buckeyes which likely has him in line to be selected in the 2020 NFL Draft. But corners and receivers like Paris Campbell, Terry McLaurin and Johnnie Dixon are supposed to be fast. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. IMHO The Forty is a Dinosuar given todays tech. This is what Urban Meyer was talking about when he referenced the elite speed of Kendall Sheffield (photo). Troy Smith, Dr. Anthony Fauci says sports can return this summer if ‘nobody comes to the stadium’, Conference commissioners tell Pence college football won’t return in fall unless all students do: Report. Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, Do you trust FDA on COVID-19 vaccines? :, Raiders had favorite draft picks in both third and fourth round, Raiders rank No. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. In Indianapolis, Arnette ran an official 4.56 40-yard dash, which is in the 24th percentile among cornerbacks since 1999. But according to Mayock, the team had a much better time of 4.43 seconds. That makes it a little more difficult for receivers to get away from Arnette with a great route. 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They should have two times being recorded, a full 40 then a 30 yarder starting at the 10 when they are at stride, or even use GPS to get thier top speed. The Buckeyes product has been timed at a blistering 4.38 in the past, and an even better showing at the combine could vault him up the cornerback rankings. But given just how productive he was at Ohio State, don’t expect it to be a problem for the new Raiders’ defensive back. Damon Arnette. . So I kept going with it.". Teammate Jeff Okudah has been stumping for him. Damon Arnette (born September 2, 1996) is an American football cornerback for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). © 2020 Advance Local Media LLC. Mayock said Arnette plays faster on the field than his electronic time at the combine, but also said the worst hand-timed finish the Raiders got on Arnette was 4.43. But I’m just going to predict him to go a little lower than expected -- not in the second round. One of the great debates in the scouting world is whether teams should use the electronic 40-yard dash times or their own personal stopwatch times. Nathan Baird: Arnette spoke at the NFL Scouting Combine with a lot of self-awareness of why he was not ready for the NFL and what changes put him in position to be a second-day draft pick. Where are Ohio State’s 2021 commits in the updated 247Sports rankings? No one at the combine this year did 36. Barrett is such an effective open field runner, this helps explain it. Subscribe to 1 Patrick Surtain II - Alabama. 19 a lot more reasonable. : #NFLCombine on @NFLNetwork : But he looks like a body builder. Your support makes a difference. With hundreths of a sec. Sign up for the Raiders Wire newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning. So ... he may be the fastest player at the combine next year. ... which at times has been to his detriment as he can rack up penalties. And yet somehow he's only led his team to a win in one of those games. But I choose to trust the scouts!. On his first attempt, Arnette ran an unofficial 4.57-second 40-yard dash and matched that on his second attempt. Weight: 195. But that's when the Chargers defense collapsed. but notice that at the 20 yard mark, where he goes from head down 50 degree sprint to the 85 degree sprint – he does it all at once and completely flat foots his left foot.