Watch every LSU football 40-yard dash video in our NFL Combine recap –

BATON ROUGE, La. — The 10 former LSU football players who represented the Tigers at this week’s NFL Combine have finished their on-field drills.

So while NFL executives spend the next couple of months poring over the tape to evaluate these performances, let’s use our time to gawk at the most impressive feats.

Here’s a complete breakdown of all the LSU football performances at the NFL Combine, complete with video where available.

The 40-yard dashes

Cornerback Tre’Davious White, thought by many to be a potential first-round pick, ran the fastest 40-yard dash of any LSU Tiger with a 4.47 second run on his first heat.

White followed that mark up with a 4.55 second run on his next try.

Coincidentally, White’s slower try was one one-hundredth of a second faster than both of safety Jamal Adams, who posted two runs at 4.56 seconds.

The defensive backs weren’t the only players running in the 4.50 range. Running back Leonard Fournette and wide receivers Malachi Dupre and Travin Dural all timed out in a similar range. Fournette ran a 4.51 second 40-yard dash, the fastest time of any player weighing 240 pounds or more in NFL Combine history.

Dupre and Dural went 4.52 and 4.57 respectively on their official times.

Also in the same range, somewhat amazingly, was linebacker Duke Riley. Riley ran just about the same speed as Dural, posting an official time of 4.58 seconds. Among linebackers, only Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers ran a faster official 40 time, and Peppers considers himself a safety more than a linebacker.

Rounding out the 40 times, linebacker Tashawn Bower ran a 4.82 second time…

… defensive tackle Davon Godchaux ran at 5.27 seconds…

… and center Ethan Pocic posted a time of 5.17 seconds.

Linebacker Kendell Beckwith didn’t run a 40-yard dash as he’s still rehabbing from the torn ACL he suffered last season versus Florida.

Individual Accolades

The 40-yard dash might be the most exciting event, but it’s not the only event at the NFL Combine. Here are some of the best individual drills performances turned out by LSU football alums this week.

  • Malachi Dupre’s vertical leap measured at 39.5 inches, the third best among wide receivers. Only Texas A&M and New Orleans product Speedy Noil and Georgia State’s Robert Davis outjumped him. Dupre also posted the second longest long jump (135 inches) among receivers, behind only Davis.
  • Tashawn Bower’s time of 11.77 seconds in the 60-yard shuttle ranked third among all defensive linemen.
  • As previously mentioned, Riley posted the second-best 40-yard dash time among linebackers. He also had the fifth-best 3-cone drill time and the fourth-best 20-yard shuttle.

Full LSU football statistical breakdowns

Follow these links below for full breakdowns of all the times, measurements and analyses NFL Network had for each of LSU football’s 10 combine participants.