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NFL Combine 2016: Northwestern's Dean Lowry bench presses 30 reps

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Former Northwestern defensive end Dean Lowry got the workout portion of his NFL Combine underway Saturday at the bench press. Lowry benched 30 reps of 225 pounds.

Lowry's number ranks tied for fifth among defensive linemen at this year's Combine:

Player School Reps
Mayes, Chris Georgia 33
Blair, Ronald Appalachian St. 32
Ioannidis, Matthew Temple 32
Billings, Andrew Baylor 31
Reader, D.J. Clemson 30
Lowry, Dean Northwestern 30
Judon, Matt Grand Valley St. 30
Clark, Kenny UCLA 29
Maddy, Luther Virginia Tech 29
Hargrave, Javon South Carolina St. 29
Zettel, Anthony Penn St. 28
Henry, Willie Michigan 28
Rankins, Sheldon Louisville 28
Nkemdiche, Robert Mississippi 28
Kamalu, Ufomba Miami 26
Heath, Joel Michigan St. 26
Ngakoue, Yannick Maryland 26
Butler, Vernon Louisiana Tech 26
Jones, Chris Mississippi St. 26
Kaufusi, Bronson BYU 25
Abdesmad, Mehdi Boston College 25
Spence, Noah Eastern Kentucky 25
Collins, Maliek Nebraska 25
Johnson, Austin Penn St. 25
Jefferson, Quinton Maryland 24
Bosa, Joey Ohio St. 24
Ridgeway, Hassan Texas 24
Sigler, DeVaunte Jacksonville St. 23
Calhoun, Shilique Michigan St. 23
Tapper, Charles Oklahoma 23

Full results, along with heights and weights, can be found here.

Lowry's field workout will be Sunday.

Northwestern's other combine participant, superback/fullback Dan Vitale, had an outstanding all-around performance at the Combine on Thursday and Friday. Vitale also put up 30 reps at the bench.