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2011 NFL Combine Workout Results: Penn State's Derek Moye Posts Below-Average Numbers

Derek Moye, a wide receiver prospect from the Penn St. Nittany Lions football program, went through workouts Sunday at the 2012 NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Moye, who's a question mark to be drafted in April's draft, posted below average numbers during his workout sessions.

Moye ran the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds and did just 10 reps on the bench press, while tallying 33.5-inches in the vertical jump and 115.0 inches in the broad jump.

NFL.com's scouting combine profile of Moye, says that he's a draftable players but the number he posted will not stand out amongst the other wide outs at the combine.

However, what Moye does having going for him is his height, which on Friday was measured at 6-foot-4 and 209 pounds. If Moye gets a chance, he could be a good red-zone threat for some NFL franchise.

Here's results from the wide receivers during Sunday's workouts via NFL.com:

Top 10
Travis Benjamin, Miami: 4:36 seconds
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech: 4.36
Chris Owusu, Stanford: 4.36
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois: 4.39
Devon Wylie, Fresno State: 4.39
Tommy Streeter, Miami: 4.4
Chris Givens, Wake Forest: 4.41
T.J. Graham, N.C. State: 4.41
Kashif Moore, Connecticut: 4.42
Jarius Wright, Arkansas: 4.42

Top 10 in vertical jump
Kashif Moore, Connecticut: 43.5 inches
Jerrell Jackson, Missouri: 41
Chris Owusu, Stanford: 40.5
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech: 39.5
Keshawn Martin, Michigan State: 39.5
Devon Wylie, Fresno State: 39
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois: 38.5
Kendall Wright, Baylor: 38.5
Travis Benjamin, Miami: 38
Juron Criner, Arizona: 38
Jarius Wright, Arkansas: 38

Top 10 in broad jump
Hill: 11 feet, 1 inch
Owusu: 10-9
Jackson: 10-7
Moore: 10-6
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 10-6
Greg Childs, Arkansas: 10-5
Tommy Streeter, Miami; 10-5
Junior Hemingway, Michigan: 10-4
Jenkins: 10-4
Joe Adams, Arkansas: 10-3
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech: 10-3
Devier Posey, Ohio State: 10-3
Wylie: 10-3

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