USF players go to Combine

The NFL Combine started Wednesday, and the league invited approximately 330 players to participate, including South Florida football players Mike Jenkins, Trae Williams and Ben Moffitt. The weeklong event consists of multiple tests and drills that allow the players to showcase their talents.

Jenkins – a three-year starter at cornerback for the Bulls – is the most highly touted of USF’s participating players, as he is expected to be taken in the first round.

Todd McShay wrote on that Jenkins could be drafted as high as No. 10 to the New Orleans Saints. If he is selected in the first round, Jenkins will become the highest-drafted player in USF history.

Jenkins works out with Williams on Tuesday, along with the nation’s other top cornerbacks. ESPN’s Mel Kiper projects Williams to be selected in the later rounds. lists Moffitt as the 13th best linebacker prospect. He works out with the top linebackers on Monday.


  • drug testing
  • body measurements
  • psychological testing
  • Wonderlic intelligence testing
  • media interviews
  • bench press tests
  • 10-, 20- and 40-yard dashes
  • vertical-jump tests
  • broad-jump tests