The first jump was the best, but Wells accidentally touched the guy taking the reading making it a 'no jump'. He then took four more attempts and failed to keep his footing. On the sixth go he finally nailed it with a 10 feet 7 inches mark - at least a couple of inches shorter than his first go. It was impressive for two reasons - not just the athletic ability of such a big guy but the way Wells maintained his sense of humour despite the obvious frustration. Throughout the entire combine process the Ohio State running back has shown he has a great character and he laughed with fellow prospects as he tried to get a measurement recorded.
The other RB vying to be the first taken at his position - Knowshon Moreno - looked pretty stacked after adding an extra 10 lbs of bulk for the combine (see picture above). He's certainly showing that extra weight and recorded a 10 feet 2 inches jump.