Linebacker single handedly wows NFL scouts at combine
Shaquem Griffin had a great NFL combine.
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA — Whatever you can do with two hands, this guy can do 10 times more with just one.
Former UCF linebacker Shaquem Griffin hands down killed NFL combine this year.
Griffin had his left hand amputated at age four because while in the womb, an amniotic band wrapped around his left wrist, preventing it from developing.
The 6-foot-1, 227 pound 22-year-old caught the eye of scouts when he busted out 20 reps at 225 pounds with a prosthetic hand on the bench.
Shaquem tore up the turf when he dropped the fastest 40-yard dash for a linebacker since '03 with a 4.38.
Griffin is projected to be a fifth- or sixth-round pick with his speed and pass rush considered some of his best strengths.
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