Rashee Rice NFL Combine Results, Measurements and 40-Yard Dash Time

Rashee Rice NFL Combine Results, Measurements and 40-Yard Dash Time


SMU's Rashee Rice is in contention to be one of the first wide receivers selected 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 Rice's NFL combine performance, measurements and results.

Rashee Rice Height, Weight & Hand Size

Ahead of the combine, Rashee Rice is listed at 6-foot-1 and 189 pounds. The 22-year-old has a knack for making the first defender miss and gaining yards after the catch with his straight line speed. He'll look to show he has the skills to make an impact at the NFL level with a great showing at the combine.

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

Rashee Rice 40-Yard Dash Time

Rice averaged over 14.0 yards per catch in three of his four seasons at SMU and was dynamic player when the ball was in his hands. That was due to elite accelration skills and it'll be interesting to see if that translates to the combine. Projections peg him to post a 40-yard dash time in the mid-4.4s, yet it remains to be seen where he officially clocks in at.

Rashee Rice 3-Cone Time

We will update this space as soon as Rashee Rice's 3-cone time at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine is revealed. The wide receiver position is scheduled to have its workouts on Saturday, March 4.

Rashee Rice Broad and Vertical Jump

Excelling in the broad jump and vertical jump drills is crucial for wide receivers as the position is regularly called upon to create separation and contest for jump balls. We'll update this space as soon as Rashee Rice's results at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine are revealed.

Rashee Rice Combine Results




6'1" (pre-combine)


189 lbs (pre-combine)

Hand Size


Arm Length




40-Yard Dash


Bench Press


Broad Jump


Vertical Jump


3-Cone Drill


20-Yard Shuttle


Rashee Rice Scouting Report & Draft Stock

Rice has long had his name in the NFL Draft conversation, but his stock skyrocketed after he posted 1,355 yards and 10 touchdowns on 96 receptions in his senior season at SMU. The Texas native was the go-to target for quarterback Tanner Mordecai and proved he can be relied on to catch the ball no matter what defender is on him. Rice can run any route he is asked to, which should help him adjust to an NFL offense faster than other rookies. He may hear his name called as early as the third round.

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