With the combine coming up next week, it got us wondering which members of the Saints performed best in the respective drills back when they trying to make it into the league.

Some of the numbers are expected. Everyone knows Brandin Cooks and C.J. Spiller are fast. However, there were some surprises.

Who knew Luke McCown killed it at the combine? The quarterback ran the 40-yard dash in 4.69 seconds, logged a vertical of 37.5 inches and wrapped up with a three-cone time of 6.74 seconds.

Another number that popped out was that safety Jamarca Sanford did 29 reps on the bench press. That number places him ninth on the team. Punter Thomas Morstead did a solid 19 reps, which places him 37th on the team.

Without further ado, here are the top five guys in each drill.

40-yard dash

1. Brandin Cooks – 4.33 seconds

2. Shane Wynn – 4.34

3. C.J. Spiller – 4.37

4. Brian Dixon – 4.41

4. Brandon Dixon – 4.41

4. Tony Carter – 4.41

20-yard split

1. Shane Wynn – 2.47 seconds

2. Tony Carter – 2.52

2. Jamarca Sanford – 2.52

4. Brandin Cooks – 2.53

5. Rafael Bush – 2.54

10-yard split

1. P.J, Williams – 1.48 seconds

2. Shane Wynn – 1.49

3. Willie Snead – 1.49

4. Reggie Bell – 1.52

5. Davis Tull – 1.52

Bench Press

1. Lawrence Virgil – 39 reps of 225 pounds

2. Ben Watson – 34

3. Austin Brown – 32

4. Tyeler Davison – 32

5. Terron Armstead – 31

Vertical Jump

1. Davis Tull – 42.5 inches

2. Phlilip Hunt – 41.5

3. James Anderson – 41

4. P.J. Williams – 40

4. Reggie Bell – 40

Broad Jump

1. P.J. Williams – 11 feet, 3 inches

2. Davis Tull – 11-0

3. Keenan Lewis – 10-10

4. R.J. Harris – 10-7

4. Josh Hill – 10-7

20-yard Shuttle

1. Brandin Cooks – 3.81 seconds

2. Stephone Anthony – 4.03

3. Kenny Vaccaro – 4.06

4. James Anderson – 4.07

5. Kyle Wilson 4.10

5. Jairus Byrd – 4.10

3-Cone Drill

1. James Anderson – 6.67 seconds

2. Luke McCown – 6.74

2. Kendall Hunter – 6.74

4. Jairus Byrd – 6.75

5. Brandin Cooks 6.76

(Note: When Pro Day numbers were available, those figures were used if they were better than what was recorded at the combine)