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2012 NFL Combine: A Look At Some Combine Records

On the brink of the 2012 NFL Draft Combine, we thought it would be fun to put a few of the numbers you'll see over the next week in a bit of context. SB Nation's Louis Bien put together a primer on some of the notable records at the Combine:

40-Yard Dash

4.24 - Rondel Melendez, WR, Eastern Kentucky - 1999
4.24 - Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina - 2008
4.28 - Jerome Mathis, WR, Hampton - 2005
4.28 - Champ Bailey, CB, Georgia - 1999

Bench Press (Most 225-Pound Reps)

51 - Justin Ernest, DT, Eastern Kentucky - 1999
45 - Mike Kudla, DE, Ohio State - 2006
45 - Leif Larsen, DT, Texas-El Paso - 2000

Vertical Jump (In Inches)

46 - Gerald Sensabaugh, FS, North Carolina - 2005
45 1/2 - Derek Wake, OLB, Penn State - 2005
45 - Chris McKenzie, CB, Arizona State - 2005
45 - Chris Chambers, WR, Wisconsin - 2001

Many of the names associated with the Chicago Bears and the 19th overall selection -- like Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd and South Carolina receiver Ashlon Jeffrey -- won't be a threat to break these records. Still, it paints a nice picture of what the current set of NFL prospects is working against.

One other record of note: Pat McInally of Harvard is the only player to ever score a perfect 50 on the Wonderic Test. McInally played from 1976 to 1985 as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.

For more on the NFL Combine and the 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation's NFL hub and Mocking The Draft, as well as and our dedicated 2012 NFL Draft section.