Chase Brown NFL Combine Results, Measurements and 40-Yard Dash Time

Chase Brown NFL Combine Results, Measurements and 40-Yard Dash Time


Illinois' Chase Brown is in contention to be one of the first running backs taken in the 2023 NFL Draft. As a result, many are interested to see how he tests at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine.

Here's everything you need to know about Brown's NFL combine performance, measurements and results.

Chase Brown Height, Weight & Hand Size

Ahead of the combine, Chase Brown is listed at 5-foot-11 and 200 pounds. The 22-year-old is a versatile back that can make an impact with a long rushing play or with an exciting catch out of the backfield. He'll look to improve his draft stock with a standout showing at the scouting combine.

This section will be updated with his official combine measurements as they become available.

Chase Brown 40-Yard Dash Time

Brown was a high-volume runner while at Illinois and was able to showcase his burst as a result. He clocked in at a top speed of 22.5 mph and projections peg him to post a 40-yard dash time around the 4.4-second mark, although it remains to be seen where he officially clocks in at. Keep in mind six RBs logged a time under the 4.4-second mark in 2022. We'll update this section once Chase Brown's official 40 time is set at the combine.

Chase Brown 3-Cone Time

We will update this space as soon as Chase Brown's 3-cone time at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine is revealed. The running back position is scheduled to have its workouts on Sunday, March 5.

Chase Brown Broad and Vertical Jump

Nailing the broad jump and vertical jump drills is crucial for running backs as the position is called upon to avoid contact and break tackles with every touch of the football. We'll update this space as soon as Chase Brown's results at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine are revealed.

Chase Brown Combine Results




5'11" (pre-combine)


200 lbs (pre-combine

Hand Size


Arm Length




40-Yard Dash


Bench Press


Broad Jump


Vertical Jump


3-Cone Drill


20-Yard Shuttle


Chase Brown Scouting Report & Draft Stock

Chase Brown has a shot to be the first running back from Illinois to be drafted since Mikel Leshoure heard his name called in 2011. The Canadian ball-carrier came alive for the Fighting Illini over his final two college seasons, tallying 3,030 yards from scrimmage and 18 touchdowns on 539 touches (22 games). Brown has the vision and the hands to excel in the screen game at the next level, which is crucial given how pass-heavy the NFL has become. He may be selected as high as the fourth round.

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