Found February 29, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
Former Brigham Young Cougars Hebron Fangupo and Matt Reynolds were in Indianapolis, Indiana as the NFL held its annual scouting combine from February 22-28. The combine is a great opportunity for pro prospects to be evaluated by the decision makers for all 32 teams. So, how did they do? Hebron Fangupo, DT, 6’1”, 323 lbs.40-yard dash: 5.18 seconds20-yard shuttle: 4.62 seconds3 cone drill: 7.94 secondsBench Press (225 lbs.): 36 repsBroad Jump: 99 inches (8 ft. 3 in.)Vertical Jump: 31.5 inches (2 ft. 7.5 in.)The bench press was Fangupo’s best test. The 36 reps tied for second among all defensive linemen. The scouting report on Fangupo is that he has incredible strength, which allows him to take on double teams effectively. However, strength is all Fangupo has going for him. His footwork is non-existant, and he comes off the ball way too slow. Past injuries will also hurt Fangupo’s draft stock. Fangupo has been given a 54.0 grade, which translates into a draftable player in rou...
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