The last day of on-field drills for the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine belonged to defensive backs and safeties on Monday inside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
The last of the eight Wisconsin Badgers attendees, safety D’Cota Dixon, hoped to impress scouts and other personnel. Based on the stats courtesy of NFL.com’s Combine Tracker and his respective Combine profile, he showed he was one of the strongest in the bench press on Sunday but ran the second-lowest official 40-yard dash for those players designated as safeties. It also appears he did not run the 3 cone drill or 20-yard (5-10-5) shuttle.
Be sure to check out his overall numbers below, along with our other articles from the past week highlighting other 2019 NFL Draft hopefuls hailing from UW.
Weight: 204 pounds
Arms: 29 1/4”
Hands: 9 1/8”
D I E S E L— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) March 3, 2019
20 bench reps for @DcotaDixon1, tied for third most by a DB at the #NFLCombine #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/oKguFzqhCa
40-yard dash: 4.81 seconds (21st of 22 safeties performing drill)
Bench press: 20 reps (T-3rd of 21 safeties AND defensive backs altogether performing drill)
Vertical jump: 33.5” (T-16th of 24 safeties performing drill)
Broad jump: 119” (15th of 25 safeties performing drill)
3 cone drill: N/A
20-yard shuttle: N/A
60-yard shuttle: N/A