Height : 5'9"
Weight : 185 lbs.
Age : 32 Years Old
40 Yard Dash Time
NFL Combine : 4.61
Pro Day : 4.61
the 5'9", 185 lb. Wide Receiver from Texas Tech of the Big 12 Conference was clocked at While working out for scouts at his Pro Day, the 5'9", 185 lb. Wide Receiver from Texas Tech of the Big 12 Conference was clocked at 4.61 in the 40 Yard Dash. His time at his Pro Day workout was 4.61 4.61 ***(Note: Pro Day 40-times are not considered as accurate as Combine numbers due to the disparity of running surfaces, and the disparate methodologies with which scouts hand-time the prospects) *** and that means his time is in the lower 87% which means that he has a better time compared to only 13% of all Wide Receivers in the NFL.
Speed Score : 81.92
You can calculate how much force he brings to bear when he gets a full head of steam, you can combine his 40 time with his mass, Wes's calculated Speed Score is 81.92 ***In other words the relative degree of blunt force trauma behind each hit he transfers from his accelerating body is in the lower 95% out of all Wide Receivers in the NFL.
3-Cone Drill : 7.09
Welker's documented time in the 3-Cone was 7.09 seconds which means that he is ranked in the bottom end 80% of all Wide Receivers (more agile than the remaining 20% )
20-Yard Shuttle : 4.01
Welker's time in the 20-Yd Shuttle Run was hand-timed at 4.01 seconds ranking him at the upper 6% (faster than 94% ) He has the 41st fastest Short Shuttle time in the NFL today.
60-Yard Shuttle :
Standing Vertical Jump : 30"
One of the best ways to measure the overall athletic abilities of an athlete is by way of the Wes's Vertical Leap, or Standing Vertical Jump (no running start) Vertical Leap was recorded at: 30" and that means his time is in the bottom-half (lower compared with the other 1% of all NFL Wide Receivers)
Broad Jump : 9 Feet 5 Inches
Former emergency kicker and former soccer player at Texas Tech, Welker is the Swiss-Army Knife of NFL Players, and he's the biggest regret of former Head Coach Marty Schotenheimer (he also has the same vertical leap as Russell Westbrook (30" in the NBA's standing vertical jump with no step), of the Oklahoma City Thunder). Scouts can discover the natural potential of an athlete which may be invisible to the untrained eye, and one of the drills to discern the relative power and explosiveness of a draft prospect is the broad jump, and he also came in at 9 Feet 5 Inches which is in the lower end of all Wide Receivers (better than compared with the other 11% of all NFL Wide Receivers)
Bench Press :
Hand Size :
Arm Length :
Height : 5'9"
Welker's height was measured at 5'9" 87% (he's taller than 13% of allWideouts)
Weight : 185
185 86% (The 5'9", 185 lb. Wide Receiver from Texas Tech of the Big 12 Conference is heavier than 14% of all Wide Receivers)
Body Mass Index : 27
Wes Welker's BMI, or Body Mass Index is: 27.
Salary, Etc. :
Contract Terms: 2 Years/$12,000,000
According to his contract, $6,000,000 is guaranteed. His contract year is in 2015. Wes's salary cap hit in the 2013-2014 season was $4,150,000. Amongst all players in the NFL this season, his salary cap hit was the 221st highest salary cap hit for the 2013-2014 NFL Season.
2013-2014: $4.15 Million
Average Salary: $6.0 Million
His average salary over the course of his contract is $6000000 (2 Years/$12,000,000) which is in the upper quartile bracket 11% of all Wide Receivers. (He averages more money per year over the course of his signed contract than 89% of the other Wide Receivers) 172nd highest average salary over the course of his contract His salary is about the same as the Korean Southpaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu, at roughly $6 million per year, on a 6 year contract Aside from performance and potential, a player's average salary is determined, among other factors, by years of service, relative draft position, and the CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) negotiated by the NFLPA (NFL Players' Association). $4.15 Million His salary for the 2013-2014 season was $4,150,000 which was in the top salary-scale bracket : 12% of all Wide Receivers.
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