39 players drafted who were not at the combine

This year, there were 216 guys invited to combine that were among the 255 players drafted. That’s 84 percent, which is exactly what the average has been over the last 10 years.

The first guy to be drafted this year who was not at the combine was Tennessee G Jacques McClendon, taken 129th overall by the Colts in the fourth round.

Five guys not at the combine were taken in the fifth round, 11 in the 6th and 22 in the seventh round. Below is the complete breakdown:

Round 5

Walter McFadden, DB, Auburn – Raiders
Larry Hart, DE, Central Arkansas – Jaguars
Robert Johnson, DB, Utah – Titans
Otis Hudson, G, Eastern Illinois – Bengals
Jonathan Crompton, QB, Tennessee – Chargers

Round 6

Fendi Onobun, TE, Arizona – Rams
Shann Schillinger, S, Montana – Falcons
Dennis Morris, TE, Louisiana Tech – Redskins
Deji Karim, RB, Southern Illinois – Jaguars
Eugene Sims, DE, Western Texas A&M – Rams
Danny Batten, DE South Dakota State – Bills
Ramon Harewood, OT, Morehouse – Ravens
Joe Webb, QB, UAB – Vikings
Jorrick Calvin, DB, Troy – Cardinals
Jordan Pugh, DB, Texas A&M – Panthers
Scotty McGee, KR, James Madison – Jaguars

Round 7

Marquis Johnson, DB, Alabama – Rams
Chris McCoy, DL, Middle Tennessee State – Dolphins
Mickey Shuler, TE, Penn State – Vikings
Jeremy Ware, DB, Michigan State – Raiders
J’Marcus Webb, OT, West Texas A&M – Bears
Terrence Austin, WR, UCLA – Redskins
Marc Mariani, WR, Montana – Titans
RJ Stanford, DB, Utah – Panthers
Phillip Adams, DB, South Carolina State – 49ers
Reggie Stephens, OL, Iowa State – Bengals
Sean Lissemore, DT, William & Mary – Cowboys
Ryan D’Imperio, LB, Rutgers – Vikings
Ricardo Mathews, DT, Cincinnati – Colts
David Howard, DT, Brown – Titans
Jameson Konz, WR, Kent State – Seahawks
Ray Fisher, DB, Indiana – Colts
Kade Weston, DT, Georgia, Patriots
Robert McClain, DB, Connecticut – Panthers
Stevie Brown, DB, Michigan – Raiders
Austin Spitler, LB, Ohio State – Dolphins
Josh Hull, LB, Penn State – Rams
Tim Toone, WR, Weber State – Lions

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