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Wide receivers Travis Benjamin (Miami), pictured above, Stephen (Credit: AP)

Wide receivers Travis Benjamin (Miami), pictured above, Stephen Hill (Georgia Tech) and Chris Owusu (Stanford) tied for the top time in the 40-yard dash at 4.36 seconds.

NFL Combine top performers

Here's a look at the top performances from the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.

(All statistics provided by the NFL Scouting Combine.)

Wide receivers Travis Benjamin (Miami), pictured above, Stephen
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Wide receivers Travis Benjamin (Miami), pictured above, Stephen Hill (Georgia Tech) and Chris Owusu (Stanford) tied for the top time in the 40-yard dash at 4.36 seconds.

Florida running back Chris Rainey was the top
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Florida running back Chris Rainey was the top performer in three combine drills: 6.42 seconds in the three-cone drill; 3.93 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle run, which set a new NFL Combine record; and 11.06 seconds in the 60-yard shuttle run.

University of Connecticut wide receiver Kashif Moore recored
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University of Connecticut wide receiver Kashif Moore recored the highest vertical jump at 43.5 inches.

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Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe had the highest
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Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe had the highest amount of bench press repetitions with 44. This was just five shy of former Oregon State defensive tackle Stephen Paea's record of 49 reps set in 2011.

In addition to his top time in the
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In addition to his top time in the 40-yard dash, Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill led all participants with an 11.1-inch broad jump.

University of Miami running back Lamar Miller recorded
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University of Miami running back Lamar Miller recorded the fastest 40-yard dash time of any running back at 4.40 seconds.

California linebacker Mychal Kendricks led all front-seven defenders
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California linebacker Mychal Kendricks led all front-seven defenders with a 39.5-inch vertical jump.

Oklahoma's James Hanna led all tight ends with
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Oklahoma's James Hanna led all tight ends with a 40-yard dash time of 4.49 seconds.

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