Warner excels at NFL Combine
Former star BYU linebacker Fred Warner excelled at the annual NFL Combine this weekend in Indianapolis.
Measuring in at 6-foot-3, 236 pounds, Warner showed his versatility and athleticism to NFL teams as a consistent performer in the top of his position at the Combine.
Warner rated No. 4 among linebackers with a vertical jump of 38.5 inches, which was not only a top performance among linebackers but also tied for No. 5 among all defensive players and tied for No. 11 among all players at the Combine.
He also finished No. 4 among linebackers with a 60-yard shuttle time of 11.77 seconds. He tied for No. 6 in his position in the three-cone drill at 6.90 seconds and tied for No. 8 on the bench press with 21 reps.
The San Marcos, California, native tied for No. 9 among linebackers in both the broad jump and the 20-yard shuttle with a leap of 9-feet, 11-inches and a 4.28-seconds shuttle time.
In the 40-yard dash, Warner posted a time of 4.64 seconds to place 13th overall among linebackers.
Warner started 42 of his 49 games in his four years at BYU. He totaled 264 tackles and added 32 tackles for loss, 6.5 sacks and seven interceptions, including two pick-sixes. Warner also had five fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles and 13 pass breakups.