Oklahoma State safety Kolby Harvell-Peel, a limited participant in the NFL Combine

Former Oklahoma State Security Kolby-Harvell-Peel was a limited participant on the final day of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday. The last of the three Cowboys to perform at the scouting event, Harvell-Peel posted the third-most reps on the bench press among defensive backs before sitting out most of the remaining drills.

Harvell-Peel, who was 6 feet tall and 213 pounds, completed 21 reps on the bench press. He participated in a field exercise, but did not run the 40-yard dash or jump vertical or wide. Harvell-Peel is scheduled to do the rest of the drills and tests on Oklahoma State’s pro day on Thursday, March 24.

Scroll down to see a full list of Harvell-Peel combine results.

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Combined Malcolm Rodriguez NFL Results

  • Height: 6’0″
  • Weight: 213 pounds
  • Hand: 9 3/4″
  • Arm: 31 1/8″
  • 40: n/a
  • Bench: 21
  • Vertical: n/a
  • Wide: N/a

Harvell-Peel finished with a team-high three interceptions as a senior last season, totaling 70 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and two sacks. The All-Big 12 first-team safety also had three pass breakups, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble. Harvell-Peel returned for his senior season at Oklahoma State in 2021 after previously declaring himself for the NFL Draft after the 2020 season.

NFL analyst Lance Zierlein gave an overview of Harvell-Peel and his skills on NFL.com.

Combination of safety with quality size and aggressive behavior whose impressive ball production may not translate to the pros. He cannot carry long gears in the field and has heavy legs to effectively follow routes. He plays with zone recognition and takes the risks necessary to make plays. He quickly unleashes the downhill to chase running backs once he’s diagnosed, but inconsistencies in playing design play and a lack of control as a tackle lead to big plays for the wrong team. His strengths and weaknesses may not fit neatly into a particular scheme, and it may be a struggle for him to find a spot on the roster.

Former Oklahoma State running back Jaylen Warren and linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez completed their training on Friday and Saturday. Warren put on a solid performance, while Rodriguez turned heads with his athleticism, posting one of the fastest 40 times among linebackers.

The 2022 NFL Draft is scheduled for April 28-30 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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