Georgia Bulldogs tight end Darnell Washington showed that he’s a unique combination of size and speed at the 2023 NFL combine.
Washington posted a 10-foot-2 broad jump and a 31 inch vertical jump.
The 6-foot-6, 264-pound tight end has proven himself as a blocker with his college tape.
Washington’s 83.75 inch wingspan is the largest ever for a tight end at the combine.
Additionally, his 11-inch hands are the second-largest ever for a tight end at the combine.
Washington ran an impressive 4.64 second 40-yard dash,
which is quite impressive at his size. Washington ran the sixth-fastest 40-yard dash at the tight end position.
Here’s a look at Darnell Washington’s 40-yard dash:
Washington is currently considered the No. 72 prospect in the 2023 NFL draft. The former five-star recruit had an excellent showing in drills as well.
Darnell Washington ran the third-best 20-yard shuttle, so far, of any player at the combine with a 4.08 second time.
The shows his prowess as a blocker here: