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PARISI NFL COMBINE TRAINING

Over the past 15 years, The Parisi School has been the nation's authority in preparing college football players for the NFL Combine. We have produced the fastest 40 yard dash at 10 different positions, including the overall fastest man at the 2001, 2004, 2005 and 2006 Combine & the 3rd fastest man at the 2002, 2004 and 2006 Combine. Over this span, the school has produced 32 individual 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place finishers overall in the contested events at the NFL Combine! Our athletes have also shattered six all-time Combine records in the 20 and 60 yard shuttles and the 3 cone drill, and have won individual events besides the 40 yard dash at 10 different positions. These impressive results have helped 192 of the players we have trained to get drafted over the past nine years. Simply put, when you train at the Parisi Speed School, you get RESULTS!

This is the Parisi 4.3 Combine Club.
  • Fabian Washington Nebraska 4.25
  • Triandos Luke Alabama 4.30
  • Deon Butler Penn State 4.31
  • Jonathan Joseph South Carolina 4.32
  • Jonathan Carter Troy State 4.33
  • Tim Jennings Georgia 4.34
  • Dunta Robinson South Carolina 4.34
  • Domonique Foxworth Maryland 4.34
  • Cedric Peerman Virginia 4.34
  • Joseph Jefferson Western Kentucky 4.35
  • Josh Wilson Maryland 4.35
  • Willie Reid Florida State 4.36
  • David Clowney Virginia Tech 4.36
  • Matt Jones Arkansas 4.37
  • Michael Grant Arkansas 4.37
  • Jonathan Wilhite Auburn 4.38
  • Leron McCoy Indiana Pennsylvania 4.38
  • Nick Collins Bethune Cookman 4.38
  • Arman Shields Richmond 4.38
  • Kory Sheets Purdue 4.39
Top 10 All-Time 20-Yard Shuttles:
  • Dunta Robinson South Carolina 3.75
  • Kevin Kasper Iowa 3.75
  • Deion Branch Louisville 3.76
  • Justin Beriault Ball State 3.80
  • Rashad Holman Louisville 3.83
  • Domonique Foxworth Maryland 3.87
  • Fabian Washington Nebraska 3.91
  • Rich Gardner Penn State 3.91
  • Arman Shields Richmond 3.96
  • Bobby Newcombe Nebraska 3.98
Top 10 All-Time Verticals:
  • Derek Wake Penn State 45.5
  • Kevin Kasper Iowa 43.5
  • Jonathan Carter Troy State 42.5
  • Rashad Holman Louisville 42
  • Fabian Washington 41.5
  • James Anderson Virginia Tech 41
  • Ko Simpson South Carolina 40.5
  • Chris Harrell Penn State 40.5
  • Nick Collins Bethune Cookman 40
  • Cedric Peerman Virginia 40
Top 10 L Drills:
  • Kevin Kasper Iowa 6.56
  • Ray Rice Rutgers 6.65
  • Reed Doughty Northern Colorado 6.66
  • Chris Davis Florida State 6.66
  • Arman Shields Richmond 6.67
  • James Anderson Virginia Tech 6.67
  • Fred Bennett South Carolina 6.67
  • Craig Dahl North Dakota State 6.69
  • LJ Smith Rutgers 6.74
  • Willie Pile Virginia Tech 6.75
Top 10 225 Pound Bench:
  • Ahtyba Rubin Iowa State 35 reps
  • Ryan Fowler Duke 35 reps
  • Bryan Thomas Alabama Birmingham 33 reps
  • Uyi Osunde Connecticut 33 reps
  • Tony Ugoh Arkansas 32 reps
  • Eddie Freeman Alabama Birmingham 32 reps
  • Ray Redziniak Illinois 32 reps
  • Carl Nicks Nebraska 31 reps
  • Dre Moore Maryland 31 reps
  • Tank Johnson Washington 31 reps
Parisi Combine Training Results

2009 Highlights

  • Fastest Defensive Lineman Overall: Lawrence Sidbury 4.64
  • Fifth Fastest 40 Overall: Deon Butler Penn St. 4.31
  • Fastest Running Back: Cedric Peerman Virginia 4.34
  • Fastest Defensive End: Lawrence Sidbury Richmond 4.53
  • Fastest L Drill for Tight Ends: Jonathan Phillips Virginia 6.84
  • Highest Vertical Jump for Center: Jonathan Luigs Arkansas 31"
  • Highest Vertical Jump for Inside Linebackers: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 35.5"
  • Second Highest Vertical for RB: Cedric Peerman Virginia 40 inches
  • Second Fastest Running Back: Kory Sheets Purdue 4.39
  • Second Fastest Center: Jonathan Luigs Arkansas 5.14
  • Second Best Bench for RB: Cedric Peerman Virginia 27 reps
  • Second Best Bench for Inside Linebackers: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 26 reps
  • Second Highest Vertical for LBs overall: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 35.5"
  • Third Farthest Broad Jump for all DL: Lawrence Sidbury Richmond 10'
  • Third Best 5/10/5 of all Offensive Line: Jonathan Luigs Arkansas 4.40
  • Third Fastest Inside Linebacker: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 4.67
  • Third Best Bench for WR: Greg Orton Purdue 22 reps
  • Third Fastest 5/10/5 for Tight Ends: Jonathan Phillips Virginia 4.27
  • Third Fastest 60 yard shuttle for WR: Deion Butler Penn State 11.32
  • Third Best 5/10/5 for ILB: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 4.32
  • Third Best Bench for Inside Linebackers: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 26 reps
  • Third Fastest 60 yard shuttle for TE: Jonathan Phillips Virginia 11.77
  • Fourth Fastest L Drill for ILB: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 7.03
  • Fourth Highest Bench for WR: Quentin Lawrence McNeese St. 20 reps
  • Fourth Highest Vertical for TE: Jonathan Phillips Virginia 33.5"
  • Fourth Farthest Broad Jump for WR: Greg Orton 10'5"
  • Fourth Highest Bench for RB: Javarris Williams Tennessee State 25 reps
  • Fourth Farthest Broad Jump for RB: Kory Sheets Purdue 10'1
  • 5th Fastest Wide Receiver: Deion Butler Penn State 4.31
  • 5th Fastest 60 yard shuttle for RB: Kory Sheets Purdue 11.70
  • 5th Highest Vertical for RB: Kory Sheets Purdue 37"
  • 6th Farthest Broad Jump for QB: Drew Willy Buffalo 9'1
  • 6th Fastest Tight End: David Johnson Arkansas State 4.73
  • 6th Highest Bench Press for Tight End: David Johnson Arkansas State 21 reps
  • 6th Fastest Running Back: Javarris Williams Tennesee State 4.52
  • 6th Fastest Linebacker Overall: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 4.72
  • 6th Fastest L Drill for Linebackers overall: Jasper Brinkley South Carolina 7.02
  • 6th Highest Vertical for WR: Greg Orton Purdue 38"
  • 7th Fastest Quarterback: Drew Willy Buffalo 4.90
  • 7th Highest Vertical for QB: Drew Willy Buffalo 30.5"
  • 7th Fastest 5/10/5 for all Defensive Lineman: Lawrence Sidbury Richmond 4.43
  • 7th Fastest 5/10/5 for TE: David Johnson Arkansas State 4.43

41 top 7 finishes!
10 of 12 of our athletes placed top 4 or higher at their position in one or more events! All 12 placed top 6 or higher in one or more events! Very impressive for only having 12 athletes out of 350!

2008 Highlights

  • Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Arman Shields Richmond 10.87
  • Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Arman Shields Richmond 3.96
  • Farthest Broad Jump of Whole Combine: Jerome Simpson Coastal Carolina 11'4
  • Second Fastest L Drill of Whole Combine: Ray Rice Rutgers 6.65
  • Second Highest Bench Press of Whole Combine: Tuba Rubin Iowa State 35 reps
  • Third Fastest L Drill of Whole Combine: Arman Shields Richmond 6.67
  • Fourth Highest Vertical of Whole Combine: Arman Shields, Jerome Simpson 37.5
  • Fastest Defensive Tackle: Dre Moore Maryland 4.88
  • Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle for all Wide Receivers: Arman Shields Richmond 10.87
  • Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle for all Wide Receivers: Arman Shields Richmond 3.96
  • Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle for all Defensive Lineman: Chris Long Virginia 4.20
  • Fastest L Drill for all Defensive Lineman: Cliff Avril Purdue 6.90
  • Fastest L Drill for all Running Backs: Ray Rice Rutgers 6.65
  • Farthest Broad Jump for all Wide Receivers: Jerome Simpson Coastal Carolina 11'4
  • Second Highest Vertical Jump for all Wide Receivers: Simpson, Shields 37.5
  • Second Farthest Broad Jump for all Wide Receivers: Arman Shields Richmond 10'8
  • Second Farthest Broad Jump for all Defensive Lineman: Chris Long 10'4
  • Second Fastest Defensive Lineman Overall: Cliff Avril Purdue 4.51
  • Third Highest Bench for Wide Recievers: Joe West UTEP 20 reps
  • Third Highest Bench for Cornerbacks: Jonathan Wilhite Auburn 20 reps
  • Third Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle for Cornerbacks: Michael Grant Arkansas 4.10
  • Third Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle for Running Backs: Ray Rice Rutgers 4.20
  • Third Fastest L Drill for all Defensive Lineman: Chris Long Virginia 7.02
  • Third Highest Vertical for all Defensive Lineman: Chris Long Virginia 34 inches
  • Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Arman Shields Richmond 10.87
 
2007 highlights

  • Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Craig Dahl, North Dakota State, 11.06
  • Second Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Mike Coe, Alabama State, 11.17
  • Third Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle of Whole Combine: Fred Bennett, South Carolina, 11.22
  • Second Fastest Offensive lineman (OT, G, C) overall: Gabe Hall, Texas Tech, 4.87
  • Second Fastest Defensive lineman (DE, DE, NG) overall: Jacob Ford, Central Arkansas, 4.65
  • Fourth Fastest Defensive Back (CB, FS, SS) overall: Josh Wilson, Maryland, 4.39
  • Fourth Fastest L Drill for Defensive Backs (CB, FS, SS) Fred Bennett, 6.67
  • Farthest Broad Jump Offensive Lineman Overall (OT, G, C) Tony Ugoh, 9'9"
  • Farthest Broad Jump for Tight Ends: Michael Allan, 10'7
  • Fastest L Drill for Tight Ends: Dante Rosario, 6.96
  • Farthest Broad Jump for Centers: Drew Mormino, Central Michigan, 8'9"
  • Second Fastest Tight End: Michael Allan, Whitworth State, 4.67
  • Second Highest Vertical for Tight Ends: Michael Allan and Dante Rosario, 36 inches
  • Second Best L Drill for Safeties: Craig Dahl, North Dakota State, 6.67
  • Second Best 60 Yard Shuttle for Wide Receivers: Chris Davis, Florida State, 11.30
  • Third Best L Drill for Wide Receivers: Chris Davis, Florida State, 6.66
  • Third Best L Drill for Defensive Ends: Dan Bazuin, Central Michigan, 7.09
  • Third Fastest 40 for Inside Linebackers: David Harris, Michigan, 4.53
  • Fourth Fastest L Drill for Defensive Tackles: Cliff Ryan, Michigan State, 7.49
  • Fourth Fastest 20 Yard Shuttles for Defensive Ends: Jay Moore, Nebraska, 4.35
  • Fourth Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle for Wide Receivers: Chris Davis, Florida State, 4.14
  • Fourth Fastest Tight End: Dante Rosario, Oregon, 4.76
  • Fourth Fastest Wide Receiver: David Clowney, Virginia Tech, 4.36
  • Fourth Farthest Broad Jump for Offensive Lineman (OT, G, C) Mario Henderson, 9'1"
What is impressive is that every guy we sent placed in at least one event in the top 4 at his position. Pretty cool when over 330 athletes went and we sent only 17
 
2006 Highlights
 
  • Fastest 40 yard dash overall: Jonathan Joseph (South Carolina) 4.32
  • Third Fastest 40 Yard dash overall: Tim Jennings (Georgia) 4.34
  • Third Fastest 3 Cone overall: Reed Doughty (Northern Colorado) 6.66
  • Fourth Fastest 3 Cone overall: James Anderson (Virginia Tech) 6.67
  • Fastest LB 40 Yard dash: Brandon Johnson (Louisville) 4.44
  • Fastest 3 Cone for Safety: Reed Doughty (Northern Colorado) 6.66
  • Fastest 3 Cone for LB: James Anderson (Virginia Tech) 6.67
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle for RB: Wali Lundi (Virginia) 11.27
  • Fastest 40 Yard Dash for CB: Jonathan Joseph (South Carolina) 4.32
  • Second Fastest 40 Yard Dash for WR: Willie Reid (Florida State) 4.34
  • Second Fastest 20 Shuttle for LB: James Anderson (Virginia Tech) 4.07
  • Second highest Vertical for LB: James Anderson (Virginia Tech) 41"
  • Second Fastest 60 yard shuttle for CB: Jonathan Joseph (South Carolina) 11.23
  • Second Fastest 3 Cone for ILB: D'Qwell Jackson (Maryland) 7.05
  • Second Highest Vertical for Safety: Ko Simpson (South Carolina) and Chris Harrell (Penn State) 40.5"
  • Third Best Broad Jump for WR: Jeff Webb (San Diego State) 10'6"
  • Third Fastest L Drill for TE: Owen Daniels (Wisconsin) 6.87
  • Third Highest Vertical for OT: Jimmy Martin (Virginia Tech) 31"
  • Third Highest Vertical for ILB: D'Qwell Jackson (Maryland) 37"

2005 Highlights
 

  • Fastest 40 yard dash overall: Fabian Washington (Nebraska) 4.25
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle overall: Justin Beriault (Ball State) 3.80
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle overall: Ryan Grant (Notre Dame) 10.65
  • Second highest vertical jump overall: Derek Wake (Penn St.) 45 ½½ inches
  • Second fastest 60 yard shuttle overall: Domonique Foxworth (Maryland) 10.70
  • Third fastest 60 yard shuttle overall: Justin Beriault (Ball State) 10.82
  • Fastest 40 yard dash for defensive backs: Fabian Washington (Nebraska) 4.25
  • Fastest QB 40 yard dash: Matt Jones (Arkansas) 4.37
  • Highest vertical jump for QB: Matt Jones (Arkansas) 39 ½½ inches
  • Furthest Broad Jump for QB: Matt Jones (Arkansas) 10'9"
  • Highest vertical for linebackers: Derek Wake (Penn St.) 45 ½½ inches
  • Furthest Broad Jump for linebackers: Derek Wake (Penn St.) 10'10"
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle for defensive backs: Justin Beriault (Ball State) 3.80
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle for running backs: Ryan Grant (Notre Dame) 10.65
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle for cornerbacks: Domonique Foxworth (Maryland) 10.70
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle for safeties: Justin Beriault (Ball State) 10.82
     
2004 Highlights

  • Fastest 40 yard dash overall: Triandos Luke (Alabama) 4.30
  • Third fastest 40 yard dash overall: Dunta Robinson (South Carolina) 4.34
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle overall: Rich Gardner (Penn State) 10.62
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle overall: Dunta Robinson (South Carolina) 3.75 ties all-time record
  • Fastest Defensive Tackle: Terry "Tank" Johnson (Washington) 4.74 at 304 pounds
  • Highest Vertical for Defensive Tackle: Terry "Tank" Johnson (Washington) 34 inches
  • Best Broad Jump for Defensive Tackle: Terry "Tank" Johnson (Washington) 9'6"
  • Highest Vertical for Inside Backers: Ryan Fowler (Duke) 37.5 inches
  • Most 225 Reps for Inside Backers: Ryan Fowler (Duke) 35 reps
  • Highest Vertical for Fullbacks: Travis Wilson (Kansas State) 33 inches
  • Fastest 40 yard for Wide Outs: Triandos Luke (Alabama) 4.30
  • Fastest 40 yard for Cornerbacks: Dunta Robinson (South Carolina) 4.34
     
2003 Highlights

  • Fastest 3 cone drill overall: L.J. Smith (Rutgers) 6.74
  • Second fastest 3 cone drill overall: Willie Pile (Virginia Tech) 6.75
  • Fastest 40 yard Fullback: Chris Davis (Syracuse) 4.50
  • Highest Vertical Jump Fullback: Chris Davis (Syracuse) 38.5 inches
  • Highest Vertical Jump Defensive Tackle: Dan Klecko (Temple) 33.5 inches
  • Longest Broad Jump Defensive Tackle: Dan Klecko (Temple) 9'3"
  • Fastest 3 Cone drill Defensive Tackle: Dan Klecko (Temple) 7.51
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle Tight End: L.J. Smith (Rutgers) 4.18
  • Highest Vertical Jump Free Safety: Willie Pile (Virginia Tech) 38 inches
  • Fastest 40 yard Defensive Tackle: James Lee (Oregon State) 4.87 at 327 pounds
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle Defensive End: Dewayne White (Louisville) 4.22
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle Defensive Tackle: Langston Moore (South Carolina) 4.21
  • Fastest 3 cone drill Offensive Lineman: Seth Wand (Northwest Missouri) 7.57
     
2002 Highlights

  • Third fastest 40 yard dash overall: Joe Jefferson (Western Kentucky) 4.35
  • Fastest 10 yard sprint overall: Deion Branch (Louisville) 1.51
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle overall: Deion Branch (Louisville) 3.76
  • Fastest 40 yard Defensive End: Bryan Thomas (Alabama-Birmingham) 4.47
  • Fastest 40 yard Defensive Tackle: Eddie Freeman (Alabama-Birmingham) 4.91
  • Most 225 reps for Defensive Tackle: Eddie Freeman ((Alabama-Birmingham) 32 reps
2001 Highlights

  • Fastest 40 yard dash overall: Jonathan Carter (Troy State) 4.33
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle overall: Kevin Kasper (Iowa) 3.75 all-time record
  • Fastest 60 yard shuttle overall: Kevin Kasper (Iowa) 10.43 all-time record
  • Fastest 3 cone overall: Kevin Kasper (Iowa) 6.56 all-time record
  • Second Highest Vertical Jump overall: Kevin Kasper (Iowa) 43.5 inches
  • Second 20 yard shuttle overall: Rashad Holman (Louisville) 3.83
  • Fourth Highest Vertical Jump overall: Jonathan Carter (Troy State) 42.5 inches
  • Fastest 40 Yard Linebacker: Sedrick Hodge (North Carolina) 4.46
  • Fastest 40 Yard Quarterback: Mike McMahon (Rutgers) 4.57
  • Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle Quarterback: Mike McMahon (Rutgers) 4.12
  • Fastest Vertical Jump Quarterback: Mike McMahon (Rutgers) 37.5 inches
  • Longest Broad Jump Quarterback: Mike McMahon (Rutgers) 10'4"
  • Fastest 40 yard dash Free Safety: Curtis Fuller (Texas Christian) 4.44
  • Longest Broad Jump Tight End: Sean Brewer (San Jose State) 9'9"
  • Fastest 20 Yard Shuttle Offensive Lineman: Mathias Nkwenti (Temple) 4.18
  • Highest Vertical Jump Offensive Lineman: Mathias Nkwenti (Temple) 35.5 inches

     

2007 NFL Combine Clientele

Tony Ugoh, Arkansas
  • Selected as the 42nd pick of the 2nd round to Indianapolis
     
Davis Harris, Michigan
  • Selected as the 47th pick of the 2nd round to NY Jets
     
Josh Wilson, Maryland
  • Selected as the 55th pick of the 2nd round to Seattle
     
Dan Bazuin, Central Michigan
  • Selected as the 62nd pick of the 2nd round to Chicago
     
Mario Henderson, Florida State
  • Selected as the 91st pick of the 3rd round to Oakland
     
Jay Moore, Nebraska
  • Selected as the 104th pick of the 4th round to San Francisco
     
Fred Bennett, South Carolina
  • Selected as the 123rd pick of the 4th round to Houston
     
Chris Davis, Florida State
  • Selected as the 128rd pick of the 4rd round to Tennessee
     
Clifton Ryan, Michigan State
  • Selected as the 154rd pick of the 5rd round to St. Louis
     
Dante Rosario, Oregon
  • Selected as the 155th pick of the 5th round to Carolina
     
David Clowney, Virginia Tech
  • Selected as the 157th pick of the 5th round to Green Bay
     
Michael Coe, Alabama State
  • Selected as the 173rd pick of the 5th round to Indianapolis
     
Drew Mormino, Central Michigan
  • Selected as the 199th pick of the 6th round to Miami
     
Jacob Ford, Central Arkansas
  • Selected as the 204th pick of the 6th round to Tennessee
     
Michael Allan, Whitworth State
  • Selected as the 231st pick of the 7th round to Kansas City

     

2006 NFL Combine Clientele

Tamba Hali, Penn State
  • Selected as the 20th pick of the 1st round to Kansas City
     
Jonathan Joseph, South Carolina
  • Selected as the 24th pick of the 1st round to Cincinnati
     
D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
  • Selected in the 2nd round by Cleveland
     
Tim Jennings, Georgia
  • Selected in the 2nd round by Indianapolis
     
James Anderson, Virginia Tech
  • Selected in the 3rd round by Carolina
     
Willie Reid, Florida State
  • Selected in the 3rd round by Pittsburgh
     
Owen Daniels, Wisconsin
  • Selected in the 4th round by Houston
     
Ko Simpson, South Carolina
  • Selected in the 4th round by Buffalo
     
Isaac Sowells, Indiana
  • Selected in the 4th round by Cleveland
     
Leon Washington, Florida State
  • Selected in the 4th round by the NY Jets
     
Jamar Williams, Arizona State
  • Selected in the 4th round by Chicago
     
Brandon Johnson, Louisville
  • Selected in the 5th round by Arizona
     
Greg Blue, Georgia
  • Selected in the 5th round by Minnesota
     
Mike Toudouze, Texas Christian
  • Selected in the 5th round by Indianapolis
     
Quinn Sypniewski, Colorado
  • Selected in the 5th round by Baltimore
     
Wali Lundy, Virginia
  • Selected in the 6th round by Houston
     
Reed Doughty, Northern Colorado
  • Selected in the 6th round by Washington
     
Tyrone Culver, Fresno State
  • Selected in the 6th round by Green Bay
     
Drew Coleman, Texas Christian
  • Selected in the 6th round by the NY Jets
     
Jeff Webb, San Diego State
  • Selected in the 6th round by Kansas City
     
James Wyche, Syracuse
  • Selected in the 7th round by Jacksonville
     
Jimmy Martin, Virginia Tech
  • Selected in the 7th round by San Diego
     
Hank Baskett, New Mexico

Derrick Ross, Tarleton State

Scott Ware, Southern California

Sir Henry Anderson, Oregon State

Trent Bray, Oregon State

Nick Milhauser, Washington State

Chris Harrell, Penn State

Nashan Goddard, South Carolina

Terrel Davis, South Carolina


 

2005 NFL Combine Clientele



Matt Jones, Arkansas
  • Ran an all-time QB best 4.37 at the NFL Combine.
  • Selected as the 21st pick of the 1st round by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
     
Fabian Washington, Nebraska
  • Ran the fastest time at the 2005 NFL Combine at 4.25
  • Selected as the 23rd pick of the first round by the Oakland Raiders
     
Nick Collins, Bethune Cookman
  • Ran a 4.37 at the 2005 NFL Combine
  • Selected as the 51st pick in the second round to the Green Bay Packers
     
Domonique Foxworth, Maryland
  • Ran a 4.34 at the 2005 NFL Combine
  • Selected as the 97th pick of the third round by the Denver Broncos
     
Jerome Carter, Florida State
  • Ran a 4.41 at the 2005 NFL Combine
  • Selected in the fourth round by the St. Louis Rams
     
Adam Kieft, Central Michigan
  • Selected in the fifth round by the Cincinnati Bengals
     
Ben Emanuel II, UCLA
  • Selected in the fifth round by the Carolina Panthers
     
Justin Beriault, Ball State
  • Selected in the sixth round by the Dallas Cowboys
     
LeRon McCoy, Indiana-Pennsylvania
  • Selected in the seventh round by the Arizona Cardinals
     
Jeremy Parquet, Southern Mississippi
  • Selected in the seventh round by the Kansas City Chiefs
     
Doug Nienhuis, Oregon State
  • Selected in the seventh round by the Seattle Seahawks
     
Derek Wake, Penn State
  • Selected as a free agent to the NY Giants
     
Ryan Grant, Notre Dame
  • Selected as a free agent to the NY Giants
     
Jamaica Rector, Northwest Missouri
  • Selected as a free agent by the Dallas Cowboys
     
CJ Brooks, Maryland
  • Selected as a free agent by the Oakland Raiders
     
Martin Patterson, Texas Christian
  • Selected as a free agent to the Philadelphia Eagles
     
Lance Moore, Toledo
  • Selected as a free agent by the Cleveland Browns
     
Dewitt Betterson, Troy State
 

2004 NFL Combine Clientele

Dunta Robinson, South Carolina
  • Ran 4.34 at the 2004 NFL Combine
  • Tied the all-time record in the 20 yard shuttle at 3.75
  • Selected as the 10th pick overall of the first round by the Houston Texans in the 2004 NFL Draft
     
Terry Johnson, Washington

  • Ran a 4.74 in the 40 yard dash at 307 pounds. This is an all-time record for defensive tackles.
  • Jumped 34 inches in the vertical jump
  • Selected in the 2nd round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears
     
Rich Gardner, Penn State
  • Ran a 4.46 in the 40 yard dash at the 2004 NFL Combine
  • Had the fastest 60 yard shuttle of the entire NFL Combine at 10.62
  • Selected in the 3rd round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans
Demorrio William, Nebraska
  • Ran a blazing 4.51 in the 40 yard dash at the 2004 NFL Combine at 234 pounds
  • Jumped 10'5" in the broad jump
  • Selected in the 4th round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons
     
Tim Euhus, Oregon State
  • Jumped 34.5 inches in the vertical jump at 260 pounds
  • Ran a 4.13 20 yard shuttle
  • Selected in the 4th round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills
     
Brandon Chillar, UCLA
  • Jumped 33" in the vertical jump at 253 pounds
  • Ran 4.08 in the 20 yard shuttle
  • Selected in the 5th round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams
     
Triandos Luke, Alabama
  • Ran the fastest 40 yard dash at the entire 2004 NFL Combine at 4.30
  • Vertical jumped 38" and broad jumped 10'4"
  • Selected in the 6th round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos
     
Raheem Orr, Rutgers
  • Selected in the 7th round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans
     
Ryan Boschetti, UCLA

Travis Wilson, Kansas State
 

2003 NFL Combine Clientele

Michael Haynes, Penn State
  • Defensive MVP of the Senior Bowl.
  • Ran a 4.70 at 281 pounds
  • Drafted in the 1st round as the 14th overall pick by the Chicago Bears.
     
L.J. Smith, Rutgers
  • Fastest 3 Cone drill of the entire 2003 Combine! 6.74
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle of all tight ends. 4.18
  • Second longest broad jump. 10'2"
  • Drafted in the 2nd round by the Philadelphia Eagles.
     
Dewayne White, Louisville
  • Fastest 20 yard shuttle of all defensive ends. 4.22
  • Increased his 225 bench reps from 11 to 22.
  • Drafted in the 2nd round by the Oakland Raiders.
     
Osi Umeniyora, Troy State
  • Ran a blazing 4.68 at 278 pounds.
  • Had a vertical jump of 38".
  • Drafted in the 2nd round by the New York Giants
     
Chris Simms, Texas
  • Reduced his 40 yard dash from 5.23 to 4.77 at the 2003 Combine.
  • Ran a 4.18 in the 20 yard shuttle drill.
  • Drafted in the 3rd round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
     
Dan Klecko, Temple
  • Won five individual events for Defensive Tackles.
  • Ran the second fastest 40 yard dash for DT's at 4.89.
  • Had the second fastest 20 yard shuttle for DT's at 4.40.
  • Drafted in the 4th round by the New England Patriots.
     
Langston Moore, South Carolina
  • Ran the fastest 20 yard shuttle for all Defensive Tackles. 4.21 at 303 pounds!
  • Ran the 4th fastest 40 yard dash for all DT's at 5.01 sec.
  • Drafted in the 6th round by Cincinnati.
     
Seth Wand, Northwest Missouri
  • Ran the fastest 3 cone drill of any Offensive Tackle. 7.57 at 321 pounds!
  • Ran the 3rd fastest 20 yard shuttle for Tackles at 4.50 sec.
  • Drafted in the 3rd round by the Houston Texans.
     
James Lee, Oregon State
  • Ran the fastest 40 yard dash of all Defensive Tackles at the Combine. 4.87 sec at an astounding 327 pounds!
  • Drafted in the 5th round by the Green Bay Packers.
     
Willie Pile, Virginia Tech
  • Fastest 3 cone drill of all Free Safeties and second fastest at entire 2003 Combine! 6.75
  • Highest vertical jump of all Free Safeties. 38"
  • Second farthest broad jump of Free Safeties. 10'5"
  • Drafted in the 7th round by the Kansas City Chiefs.
     
Chris Davis, Syracuse
  • Fastest 40 yard dash for all Fullbacks. 4.50
  • Highest Vertical jump of all Fullbacks. 38.5 inches
  • Second in 40 yard dash for all Running backs.
  • Drafted in the 5th round by the Seattle Seahawks.
     
Rod Babers, Texas
  • Ran a 4.43 40 yard dash.
  • Jumped 37 inches in the vertical.
  • Jumped 10'7" in the broad jump.
  • Drafted in the 4th round by the NY Giants.
     
Curry Burns, Louisville
  • Drafted in the 7th round by the Houston Texans
     
Bryant McNeil, Clemson
  • Drafted in the 4th round by the Denver Broncos
     
Scott Tercero, California
  • Drafted in the 6th round by the St. Louis Rams.
     
Cato June, Michigan
  • Drafted in the 6th round by the Indianapolis Colts.
     
Justin Bates, Colorado
  • Drafted in the 7th round by the Dallas Cowboys.
     
Davern Williams, Troy State
  • Drafted in the 7th round by the Miami Dolphins.
     

2002 NFL Combine Clientele

Bryan Thomas, DE, Alabama-Birmingham
  • 1st round draft pick, NY Jets. 22nd pick overall.
  • Bryan started his training at Parisi's weighing 244lbs. and running a 4.65 forty-yard dash. At the NFL Combine he ran a 4.47 forty, weighing 266lbs!
  • He was the fastest defensive lineman at the entire Combine.
  • Bryan was faster than 25 of the 29 running backs & 18 of the 28 wide receivers!
  • He also improved his 225lb. bench press test from 23 reps to 33 reps in less than 3 months.
  • He was the 2nd strongest defensive end at the Combine.
     
Eddie Freeman, DT, Alabama-Birmingham
  • 2nd round draft pick, Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Eddie entered into the Parisi program weighing 293lbs. & running a 5.13 forty-yard dash.
  • At the NFL Combine he ran a 4.91 forty, weighing 310lbs.!
  • He was the fastest defensive tackle at the Combine.
  • He also improved his 225lb. bench press from 23 reps to 32 reps.
  • 32 reps was tied for the most reps done by any defensive tackle.
     
Deion Branch, WR, Louiseville
  • 2nd round draft pick, New England Patriots.
  • Deion had the fastest 20-yard shuttle at the entire Combine (3.76)!
  • He also had the fastest 10-yard sprint at the entire Combine (1.51)!
     
Joe Jefferson, CB, Western Kentucky
  • 3rd round draft pick, Indianapolis Colts.
  • Fastest cornerback at the Combine (4.35 forty)!
  • Joe was the 3rd fastest man overall at the Combine.
  • He also vertical jumped 39 ½½" & ran a 4.01 20-yard shuttle.
     
Kris Richard, CB, Southern California
  • 3rd round draft pick, Seattle Seahawks.
  • Ran a 4.47 forty-yard dash, jumped 39 ½½" & ran a 4.15 20-yard shuttle.
     
Jeff Hatch, OT, University of Pennsylvania
  • 3rd round draft pick, NY Giants. (Wasn't invited to Combine but his pro-day numbers vaulted him into the 3rd round!)
     
David Thornton, OLB, North Carolina
  • 4th round draft pick, Indianapolis Colts.
     
Travis Scott, G, Arizona St.
  • 4th round draft pick, St. Louis Rams. (Wasn't invited to Combine but his pro-day numbers vaulted him into the 4th round!)
     
Rocky Boiman, OLB, Notre Dame
  • 4th round draft pick, Tennessee Titans.
     
Kyle Johnson, FB, Syracuse
  • 5th round draft pick, Carolina Panthers.
     
Jason McAddley, WR, Alabama
  • 5th round draft pick, Arizona Cardinals.
     
Chad Williams, SS, Southern Mississippi
  • 6th round draft pick, Baltimore Ravens.
     
Chad Beasley, DT, Virginia Tech
  • 7th round draft pick, Minnesota Vikings.
     
Mike Banks, TE, Iowa St.
  • 7th round draft pick, Arizona Cardinals.
     
Kevin Shaffer, OL, Tulsa
  • 7th round draft pick, Atlanta Falcons.
     
Greg White, DE, Minnesota
  • 7th round draft pick, Houston Texans.
     

2001 NFL Combine Clientele

Jonathan Carter, WR, Troy State
  • Fastest man at the entire 2001 Combine (4.33)! Also had 2nd best broad jump (11'2") & 4th highest vertical jump (42 ½½") at the Combine.
  • 5th round draft pick ½½ NY Giants.
     
Kevin Kasper, WR, Iowa
  • Shattered 3 all-time combine records!
  • Ran a 3.73 20-yard shuttle, 6.56 3-cone drill & 10.43 60-yard shuttle.
  • Also had 2nd highest vertical jump at 2001 Combine (43 ½½").
  • 6th round draft pick ½½ Denver Broncos
     
Mike McMahon, QB, Rutgers
  • Fastest quarterback at the 2001 Combine(4.57)! Also had the best vertical jump (37 ½½"), broad jump (10'4") & 20-yard shuttle (4.12) of all quarterbacks.
  • 5th round draft pick ½½ Detroit Lions
     
Sedrick Hodge, LB, North Carolina
  • Fastest Linebacker at the 2001 Combine(4.46)!
  • Improved 225lb. bench press from 11- 22 reps. Gained 22lbs. of lean body mass on the Parisi program, while increasing speed.
  • 3rd round draft pick ½½ New Orleans Saints
     
Sean Brewer, TE, San Jose State
  • 3rd fastest tight end at the 2001 Combine (4.80).
  • Best broad jump (9'9"), 2nd best vertical jump (36") & 2nd best 20-yard shuttle (4.18) of all tight ends.
  • 3rd round draft pick ½½ Cincinnati Bengals
     
Eric Downing, DT, Syracuse
  • 33 ½½" vertical jump & 5.08 40-yard dash at 320lbs.!
  • 3rd round draft pick ½½ Kansas City Chiefs ½½ Rookie of the Year
     
Mathias Nkwenti, OT, Temple
  • Fastest 20-yard shuttle (4.18) & highest vertical jump(35 ½½") of all offensive lineman.
  • 4th round draft pick ½½ Pittsburgh Steelers
     
Curtis Fuller, FS, Texas Christian
  • Fastest free safety at the 2001 Combine (4.44)!
  • 6th round draft pick ½½ Seattle Seahawks
     
Daleroy Stewart, DT, Southern Miss
  • 2nd fastest forty (4.86), vertical jump (33") & broad jump (9'2") of all defensive tackles.
  • 6th round draft pick ½½ Dallas Cowboys
     
Rashad Holman, CB, Louisville
  • 2nd fastest 20-yard shuttle overall (3.83)!
  • 6th round draft pick, San Francisco 49ers.