2023 NFL Combine: Mark Evans II By The Numbers
Arkansas Pine-Bluff offensive lineman Mark Evans II began on-field testing on Sunday at the 2023 NFL Combine.
Evans measured in at 6-foot-2.5, 303-pounds, 32 1/8-inch and 10 3/8-inch arms.
He was clocked with an official 5.44 40-yard dash, which ranked 33rd among all offensive linemen at the combine. His 10-yard split of 1.90 seconds was 35th-best among his positional group.
Mark Evans II–the top offensive line prospect from an HBCU program–is often compared to Terron Armstead since they both attended Arkansas Pine-Bluff. Listen as Evans breaks down the similarities and differences in their technique and skill sets. pic.twitter.com/ou7dDGdtKE
— Brent Sobleski (@brentsobleski) March 4, 2023
Evans had the 36-best vertical jump (26.5″) and the 37th-best broad jump (8’5″) among all offensive linemen at the NFL Combine.
His best performance was in the 3-cone drill (7.75 seconds), which was 12th-best among the offensive line group with Jordan McFadden (Clemson). Evans posted the 22nd-best 20-yard shuttle (4.92 second) among offensive linemen. His 19 reps on the bench press was 25th-best among his positional group.
Mark Evans II ended the 2023 NFL Combine with an estimated athleticism score of 53, which ranks 24th among all offensive tackles that participated at the combine, according to NFL.com. His relative athletic score (RAS) of 1.30 out of 10 ranked 1,068 out of over 1,200 offensive tackles since 1987. His RAS would increase to 2.34 out of 10 if Evans was moved to offensive guard.
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