Delaware State RB Michael Chris-Ike wins three-cone drill at 2024 CFL Combine

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Delaware State running back Michael Chris-Ike has won the three-cone at the 2024 CFL Combine with a time of 6.71 seconds.

Chris-Ike hails from Hamilton, Ont. but committed to the Hornets in 2018, competing at the FCS level. The six-foot-one, 225-pound back carried 162 times for 754 yards and five touchdowns in 27 career games, adding 10 special teams tackles.

Western receiver Mohsen Jamal and McGill defensive back Ben Labrosse tied for second with a time of 6.76. Laval defensive back Christophe Beaulieu and Cincinnati linebacker rounded out the top five with a time of 4.84.

The all-time three-cone drill record for the CFL Combine was set by Rutgers defensive back Jawann Westerman in 2012 at 6.49 seconds, followed by St. Francis Xavier defensive back Dylan Hollohan in 2012 (6.57), Guelph defensive back Jordan Duncan in 2012 (6.67), Saskatchewan fullback Charlie Power in 2013 (6.72) and St. Francis Xavier linebacker Henoc Muamba in 2010 (6.72).

The top performer at the 2023 CFL Combine in Edmonton among Canadian players was Guelph defensive back Siriman Harrison Bagayogo, who was selected in the second round of the draft by the B.C. Lions.

The full results from the 2024 CFL Combine in Winnipeg can be seen below.

QB Casey Bauman, Augustana — 7.28
QB Ben Maracle, Ottawa — DNP
QB Jack Zergiotis, Merrimack — 7.33

RB Jared Chisari, Queen’s — 7.07
RB Michael Chris-Ike, Delaware State — 6.71
RB Michael Herzog, Hillsdale College — 6.94
RB Matthew Peterson, Alberta — 7.47
RB Anthony Soles, Queen’s — 7.4

FB Bradley Hladik, UBC — 7.26
FB Paul-Antoine Ouellette, Montreal — 7.27

REC Ajou Ajou, Garden City — 7.01
REC Frédérik Antoine, Laval — DNP
REC Jahquan Bloomfield, Prairie View A&M — 7.31
REC Kevens Clercius, Connecticut — 7.28
REC Dhel Duncan-Busby, Bemidji State — 7.02
REC Nicholas Gendron, Ottawa — 6.88
REC Abdul-Karim Gassama, Manitoba — 6.95
REC Mohsen Jamal, Western — 6.76
REC Darius Simmons, McGill — 7.19
REC Kaine Stevenson, Guelph — DNP
REC D’Sean Mimbs, Regina — DNP
REC Kevin Mital, Laval — 6.94
REC Ezechiel Tieide, Concordia — 7.02

OL Ryan Berta, Queen’s — 7.96
OL John Bosse, Calgary — 7.89
OL Nathaniel Dumoulin-Duguay, Laval — 7.33
OL Alexander Hall, Concordia — 7.83
OL Cooper Hamilton, Wilfrid Laurier — 8.09
OL Ethan Kalra, Waterloo — 8.07
OL John Kourtis, Saskatchewan — 8.59
OL Patrick Lavoie, Carleton — 8.02
OL Jaxon Morkin, Windsor — 7.77
OL Owen Mueller, Windsor — 7.94
OL Christy Nkanu, Washington State — 7.76
OL Daniel Shin, Alberta — 8.07
OL George Una, Windsor — 7.70

DL Luke Brubacher, Wilfrid Laurier — 7.06
DL Tyson Hergott, Waterloo — 7.33
DL Owen Hubert, McMaster — 7.70
DL George Idoko, Saskatchewan — 7.68
DL Jason Janvier-Messier, York — 7.34
DL Scott Murray, Guelph — 7.33
DL Samuel Obiang, Towson — DNP
DL Daniel Okpoko, San Diego State — 7.39
DL Brandon Omonuwa, Wilfrid Laurier — 7.46
DL Ifenna Onyeka, Carleton — 7.52
DL Justin Sambu, Baylor — DNP
DL Van Wishart, Queen’s — 7.63

LB Ryan Baker, UBC — 7.26
LB D.K. Bonhomme, South Alabama — 7.25
LB Lourenz Bowers-Kane, Western — 7.27
LB Joel Dublanko, Cincinnati — 6.84
LB Terrence Ganyi, Maine — 7.07
LB Olivier Muembi, Queen’s — 7.07
LB Max Nixon, Western — 7.20
LB Zachary Philion, Concordia — 7.03
LB Gabriel Royer, Bishop’s — 7.08
LB Mitchell Townsend, UBC — 7.19

DB Christophe Beaulieu, Laval — 6.84
DB Daniel Bell, Mount Allison — 6.87
DB Tyshon Blackburn, Alberta — 6.9
DB Jerrell Cummings, UBC — 7.39
DB Jonathan Giustini, Alberta — 7.00
DB Yani Gouadfel, Bishop’s — 7.14
DB Arthur Hamlin, Colgate — 6.97
DB Benjamin Labrosse, McGill — 6.76
DB Louis Lavaud, Carleton — 7.33
DB Dawson Marchant, Northwestern Oklahoma State — 7.00
DB Dawson Pierre, Concordia — 7.00
DB Jackson Sombach, Regina — 7.02
DB Kaylyn St-Cyr, Montreal — 7.08
DB Kevin Victome, Ottawa — 7.16