Central Michigan receiver Mark Chapman had a stellar weekend, winning the broad jump with a measurement of 10’7.25” and the three-cone drill with a time of 7.00 seconds. Chapman also came in second in the shuttle and fourth in the vertical jump. As of December, Chapman was ranked tenth by the CFL Scouting Bureau. McMaster Marauder Daniel Petermann had the fastest 40-yard time of the weekend at 4.54 seconds, and UBC Thunderbird Dakoda Shepley triumphed in the bench press with 27 reps of 225 lbs. Shepley was also the second-fastest of the offensive lineman, registering a 40-yard time of 5.27 seconds.
uOttawa defensive back Jackson Bennett placed first overall in the shuttle with a time of 4.09 seconds. Paul Kozachuk, an invite from the Ontario Regional Combine presented by adidas, tied for first in the vertical jump with 40-yard winner Daniel Petermann, who shared an explosive reach of 39 inches.
Receivers cleaned up in the broad jump, sweeping the top five results. The leaderboards for all combine events can be viewed here.
Here are the complete results from the CFL Combine presented by adidas:
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