Hyatt talks NFL teams he met with, Jackson Carman

Hyatt talks NFL teams he met with, Jackson Carman


Hyatt talks NFL teams he met with, Jackson Carman


INDIANAPOLIS — The media portion of the NFL Scouting Combine kicked off Thursday in Indianapolis, Ind., at the Indiana Convention Center with 11 Clemson players in attendance, tying Alabama for the most of any college program.

All-American left tackle Mitch Hyatt kicked things off for Clemson Thursday afternoon with the bench press, putting up 28 reps (unofficial). He later spoke with the media where The Clemson Insider and others caught up with the two-time national champion.

Watch what Hyatt had to say from the podium and check out his unofficial numbers below.


Hyatt’s measurement results from Wednesday are as follows:
Height: 6-5 3/8
Weight: 303
Hand: 10 2/8
Arm: 34 1/8
Wingspan: 81 7/8

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