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2015 NFL Combine results: Top WR, RB, QB performers from Saturday

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The 2015 NFL Combine saw the big names go on Saturday, as quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers went through their workouts on Saturday. Here are the top results.

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We're back with the second day of results from the 2015 NFL Combine. Saturday featured the primary skill position players, with wide receivers, running backs and quarterbacks running through drills. It is always the most high profile day of the Combine, and if you have been tracking Combine Twitter, you'll notice that a lot of media are already leaving now that it's a wrap.

The Combine will impact players from a media perspective, but odds are pretty good it will not result in particularly drastic changes to team draft boards. We'll see some shake-up in mock drafts, but more than likely most teams have a pretty good handle on where a player is situated. Trent Baalke said the team's draft board is about 75-80% completed heading into the Combine. Assuming he is telling the truth, big on-field performances from guys like Kevin White and Dorial Green-Beckham likely will not result in much movement.

However, for a guy like DGB, the interview process could impact things. Baalke has acknowledged players are more ready for the interview process now, but there is still something to potentially be gauged there.

Here is a rundown of the top performers. You can view a full list HERE. We'll have a look at some winners and losers from the Combine early in the coming week.

Wide Receivers

40-yard dash

1. J.J. Nelson, UAB - 4.28
2. Phillip Dosett, Miami - 4.33
t-3. Chris Conley, Georgia - 4.35
t-3. Kevin White, West Virginia - 4.35
5. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State - 4.40

Bench press

t-1. Geremy Davis, Connecticut - 23
t-1. Sammie Coates, Auburn - 23
t-1. Kevin White, West Virginia - 23
2.  Chris Conley, Georgia - 18

Vertical jump

1. Chris Conley, Georgia - 45 inches
2. Jaelen Strong, Arizona State - 42 inches
3. Kenny Bell, Nebraska - 41.5 inches
t-4. Rannell Hall, Central Florida - 41 inches
t-4. Sammie Coates, Auburn - 41 inches

Broad jump

1. Chris Conley, Georgia - 139 inches
2. Rannell Hall, Central Florida - 132 inches
3. Sammie Coates, Auburn - 131 inches
4. Kenny Bell, Nebraska - 129 inches
5. J.J. Nelson, UAB - 127 inches

3-cone drill

1. Justin Hardy, East Carolina - 6.63
2. Mario Alford, West Virginia - 6.64
3. Kenny Bell, Nebraska - 6.66
4. Phillip Dorsett, Miami - 6.70
5. Amari Cooper, Alabama - 6.71

20-yard shuttle

1. Amari Cooper, Alabama - 3.98
2. Sammie Coates, Auburn - 4.06
t-3. Mario Alford, West Virginia - 4.07
t-3. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State - 4.07
5. Tre McBride, William & Mary - 4.08

60-yard shuttle

1. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State - 11.14
2. Mario Alford, West Virginia - 11.22
3. Geremy Davis, Connecticut - 11.28
4. Darren Waller, Georgia Tech - 11.35
5. Tony Lippett, Michigan State - 11.44

Running Backs

40-yard dash

1. Jeremy Langford, Michigan State - 4.42
2. Karlos Williams, Florida State - 4.48
3. Trey Williams, Texas A&M - 4.49
4. David Johnson, Northern Iowa - 4.50
5. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin - 4.52

Bench press

1. Joey Iosefa, Hawaii - 30
t-2. Gus Johnson, Stephen F. Austin - 26
t-2. Michael Dyer, Louisville - 26
t-4. Zach Zenner, South Dakota State - 25
t-4. David Johnson, Northern Iowa - 25
t-4. Michael Burton, Rutgers - 25

Vertical jump

1. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - 42.5 inches
2. David Johnson, Northern Iowa - 41.5 inches
3. Zach Zenner, South Dakota State - 41 inches
4. John Crockett, North Dakota State - 40 inches
5. Jay Ajayi, Boise State - 39 inches

Broad jump

1. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - 130 inches
2. David Johnson, Northern Iowa - 127 inches
3. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin - 126 inches
4. John Crockett, North Dakota State - 125 inches
5. Duke Johnson, Miami and four others - 121 inches

3-cone drill

1. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - 6.79
2. David Johnson, Northern Iowa - 6.82
3. Trey Williams, Texas A&M - 6.84
4. Malcolm Brown, Texas - 6.86
5. B.J. Catalon, TCU - 6.90

20-yard shuttle

1. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - 3.95
2. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin - 4.07
3. Jay Ajayi, Boise State - 4.10
4. Ross Scheuerman, Lafayette - 4.11
5. Trey Williams, Texas A&M - 4.12

60-yard shuttle

1. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin - 11.00
2. Jay Ajayi, Boise State - 11.10
3. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - 11.18
4. Malcolm Brown, Texas - 11.32
5. Ross Scheuerman, Lafayette -11.40

Quarterbacks

40-yard dash

1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon - 4.52
2. Nick Marshall, Auburn - 4.54
3. Blake Sims, Alabama - 4.57
t-4. Brett Hundley, UCLA - 4.63
t-4. Cody Fajardo, Nevada - 4.63

Broad jump

1. Bryan Bennett, SE Louisiana - 125 inches
2. Nick Marshall, Auburn - 124 inches
t-3. Bryce Petty, Baylor - 121 inches
t-3. Marcus Mariota, Oregon - 121 inches
5. Brett Hundley, UCLA - 120 inches

Vertical jump

1. Nick Marshall, Auburn - 37.5 inches
2. Bryan Bennett, SE Louisiana - 37 inches
t-3. Brett Hundley, UCLA - 36 inches
t-3. Marcus Mariota, Oregon - 36 inches
5. Bryce Petty, Baylor - 34 inches