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At the NFL combine, bench press is used as a test of strength and stamina, in which athletes lift 225 pounds (102 kg) as many times as possible. Since 1999, only 17 men at the combine have managed to achieve more than 40 "reps" (repetitions).
Stephen Paea Breaks Bench Press Record with 49 Reps!
NFL Combine Bench Press Record The only player to bench press 225 pounds more than 50 times is Justin Ernest when the Eastern Kentucky defensive tackle had 51 repetitions at the 1999 Combine.
Highest Vertical Jump in the NFL The record vertical jump test at the NFL combine is still held by Gerald Sensabaugh who achieved an incredible height of 46 at the 2005 Combine.
But perhaps the silliest measurement taken at the NBA Draft Combine is the bench press. Players have been asked to bench press 185 lbs. over the last decade-plus.
-- Times have changed in the NBA. Draft prospects are flexing their collective might, and with it, sitting out the combine. Kevin Durant, who 10 years ago failed to bench-press 185 pounds even once and was ranked last in camp in drills, was still drafted No. 2 overall by the Seattle SuperSonics.
At the NFL combine, bench press is used as a test of strength and stamina, in which athletes lift 225 pounds (102 kg) as many times as possible. Since 1999, only 17 men at the combine have managed to achieve more than 40 "reps" (repetitions).
The NBA Draft Combine is the first step in the Draft process for NBA hopefuls and features five-on-five games as well as shooting and strength and agility drills at Quest Multisport in Chicago on Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17. ESPN 2 will provide coverage both days from 3-7 p.m. ET.
The bench press, which is simply a test to see how many reps of 225 pounds a player can put up, is simply a measure of strength and stamina. It's a test that's most relevant to offensive and defensive linemen given how much of their game is centered around strength.
(The average NFL player can squat 500 pounds.)
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