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NFL Combine 2017: Oregon State Football

Treston Decoud, Sean Harlow & Victor Bolden made their rounds at the NFL combine

NCAA Football: Oregon State at Washington Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

The 2017 NFL combine has officially ended. Former Washington wide receiver, John Ross, stole the show breaking the all-time 40 yard dash record. Ross clocked in at a blistering time of 4.22 seconds (besting Chris Johnson’s record of 4.24). In other news, a trio of former Oregon State football players did their best to impress NFL teams. Check out how they tested and some general thoughts on their performances.


Sean Harlow - OL

  • Drills:

40-yard dash: 5.15 seconds

Bench press: 26 reps

Vertical jump: 30.5 inches

Broad jump: 105 inches

3-cone drill: 8.16 seconds

20-yard shuttle: 4.81 seconds

  • Measurements:

Height: 6-foot-4

Weight: 303 pounds

Arm length: 32 inches

Hands: 9 1/2 inches

Sean Harlow showed off some solid athleticism at the NFL combine. His vertical jump was very impressive for a man of his stature. Harlow is a a very good offensive lineman prospect and has a real shot at being drafted in the later rounds of the NFL draft. Sean Harlow does have shorter arms though and isn’t considered an NFL tackle prospect. Meaning he’ll slide inside and likely become an offensive guard at the next level.


Victor Bolden Jr - WR

  • Drills:

40-yard dash: 4.54 seconds

Bench press: 9 reps

Vertical jump: 32 inches

Broad jump: 117 inches

20-yard shuttle: 4.22 seconds

60-yard shuttle: 11.21 seconds

  • Measurements:

Height: 5-foot-8

Weight: 178 pounds

Victor Bolden’s 40-yard dash time wasn’t what many expected from the speedster. But, he tested well in his shuttle times. Bolden’s agility has always been his greatest strength. The speedy wide receiver has drawn comparisons to former Beaver, Brandin Cooks, but Bolden is not nearly as polished as a receiver and is unlikely to hear his name called on draft day. Look for him impress teams as an undrafted free agent though.


Treston Decoud - DB

  • Drills:

Bench press: 11 reps

40-yard dash: 4.62 seconds

Vertical Jump: 31 inches

Broad jump: 116 inches

  • Measurements:

Height: 6-foot-2

Weight: 206 pounds

Arm Length: 33 inches

Hand Size: 9 14 inches

Treston Decoud had a strong showing at the combine. His 40-yard dash time wasn’t blazing fast, but was strong enough to not raise any concerns. He also drew rave reviews for his smooth routes in the drill workouts. (Just look at him go in the video below). In my opinion, Decoud is the most likely player from Oregon State to hear his name called in the upcoming NFL draft.