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2018 NFL combine measurements: Equanimeous St. Brown’s length lives up to his name

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Sometimes you hear a person’s name and say “Yeah, you look like a _____”. Such would be the case for Equanimeous St. Brown. At 6-5 is tied for the tallest receiver at this year’s combine. He also came in with an impressive 33-inch wingspan and 9 34 inch hands.

The two other receivers at this year’s combine who stand 6-5 just outreach St Brown, though. Florida State’s Auden Tate has the longest arms at 33 34 with hands measuring at 9 3/8 while New Mexico State’s Jaleel Scott had 10-inch hands and 33 12 arms.

With these measurements all coming in pretty close to each other, the next step to find out who truly takes the crown as the longest, most rangy receiver will be the vertical jump. That will take place Saturday at the combine.

For now, here are the measurements for all the wide receivers at this year’s combine.

Wide receiver measurements

Player School Height Weight Hand Arm
Player School Height Weight Hand Arm
Marcell Ateman Oklahoma State 6-4 216 9 32 7/8
Braxton Berrios Miami 5-9 184 9 1/4 28
Deontay Burnett USC 6-0 186 8 5/8 31 1/2
Deon Cain Clemson 6-2 202 8 3/4 33
Antonio Callaway Florida 5-11 200 9 1/2 31 1/2
Dylan Cantrell Texas Tech 6-3 226 9 1/4 31 3/8
Darren Carrington Utah 6-2 199 10 3/8 32 3/4
D.J. Chark LSU 6-3 199 9 1/4 32 3/8
Simmie Cobbs Indiana 6-3 220 9 1/4 32
Keke Coutee Texas Tech 5-10 181 8 3/8 29 7/8
Robert Foster Alabama 6-2 196 9 1/4 32 1/8
Michael Gallup Colorado State 6-1 205 9 1/4 31 1/2
Davon Grayson East Carolina 6-1 199 9 31 3/8
Daesean Hamilton Penn State 6-1 203 9 3/8 31
Quadree Henderson Pittsburgh
Richie James Middle Tennessee State 5-10 183 9 31 1/4
Christian Kirk Texas A&M 5-10 201 9 7/8 30 3/8
Chris Lacy Oklahoma State
Jordan Lasley UCLA 6-1 203 9 5/8 32 3/4
Allen Lazard Iowa State
T.J. Martin Washington State
Ray-Ray Mccloud Clemson 5-9 190 9 1/4 30 1/4
Anthony Miller Memphis 5-11 201 10 31 5/8
Steven Mitchell USC 5-10 189 9 3/8 30 3/8
D.J. Moore Maryland 6-0 210 9 31 5/8
J'Mon Moore Missouri 6-3 207 9 3/8 32 7/8
Dante Pettis Washington 6-0 186 9 1/2 32 1/4
Cam Phillips Virginia Tech
Byron Pringle Kansas State
Trey Quinn SMU 5-11 203 10 1/8 30 3/4
Calvin Ridley Alabama 6-0 189 9 1/8 31 5/8
Korey Robertson Southern Miss 6-1 212 9 1/8 32 7/8
Jaleel Scott New Mexico State 6-5 218 10 33 1/2
Tre'Quan Smith Central Florida
Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 6-5 214 9 3/4 33
Courtland Sutton SMU 6-4 218 9 3/4 32 3/8
Auden Tate Florida State 6-5 228 9 3/8 33 3/4
Marquez Valdes-Scantling South Florida 6-4 206 10 32 1/4
James Washington Oklahoma State 5-11 213 9 3/4 32 3/8
Jester Weah Pittsburgh
Ka'Raun White West Virginia
Jake Wieneke South Dakota State 6-4 221 9 7/8 33
Ced Wilson Boise State
Javon Wims Georgia 6-3 215 9 1/4 31 1/2
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