Georgia tight end Darnell Washington had a stellar week at the NFL combine.
Standing 6-foot-6, 264 pounds, 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.
The former five-star prospect clocked a 4.64 40-yard dash (sixth among tight ends) with a 4.08 20-yard shuttle (first).
ESPN’s Jordan Reid named Washington as one of the biggest risers following the workouts in Indianapolis last week.
Washington caught 28 passes for 454 yards (16.2 average) and two touchdowns in 2022.
Even though he’s been labeled primarily as a blocker, Washington’s catching ability was on stage at the combine and he didn’t disappoint.