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We know Jon is big into testing numbers so I went out and grabbed Tryon’s. Here they are.
Height 6′ 5″ 78
Weight 270 lbs 59
Arm Length 34¾”
Hand Size 10⅜”
10 Yard Split 1.68s
20 Yard Split 2.76s
40 Yard Dash 4.78s
Vertical Jump 30½”
Broad Jump 115″
3-Cone Drill 7.18s
20 Yard Shuttle 4.67s
Bench Press 19 reps

Wait a second, the weight isn’t right. That says 270, not 260.That’s because that isn’t Tryon’s numbers. Those were JPP’s numbers! Now lets really look at Tryon’s. . .

Height 6′ 5″* 78
Weight 259 lbs*
Wingspan 82¾”*
Arm Length 34″*
Hand Size 10¼”*
10 Yard Split 1.64s*
20 Yard Split 2.69s*
40 Yard Dash 4.68s*
Vertical Jump 35″*
Broad Jump 116″*
3-Cone Drill 7.18s*
20 Yard Shuttle 4.36s*
Bench Press 22 reps*

JPP was 10 pounds heavier obviously. He also had a better reach by 3/4″ of an inch. But other than that, Tryon out vertical jumped JPP by 5 inches, his 40 , 20 and 10 times were better. His bench was better and their 3-cone, an important measure was identical to 1/100th of a second.

the point is, you have a guy who is the literal build clone and athlete measurable clone of JPP. from whom, Tryon will learn his techniques and inherit this defense’s mean streak. He can rotate almost immediately, practice across from Tristan Wirfs and grow over the course of this next year.

As an aside, Bruglers publication, The Beast, listed detail stats and reviews on some 300 players, I believe. He listed HIS top 100 at any position in order of his grade on them. Coincidentally, he had Tryon as the 32nd best player in the draft. 5th best edge.

I prefered Oweh, who he listed as the 4th best and 26th overall. Oweh’s measurables were insane but to my point, if you knew that you were getting a 22 year old JPP would you complain or would you feel good about it? Because, I think that is what we got.