Bench Press: 28 reps
Like he is on the podium in the inset picture, Mauti will likely be answering a lot of questions leading up to the draft.
Because of his most recent ACL injury, the Nittany Lions' defensive and emotional leader of 2012 was only able to participate in the bench press.
However, he proved his strength at the combine with the bench press. His performance was the best among inside linebackers and ranked third-best amongst all linebackers.
Anyone who watched Mauti throughout his time at Penn State knows his instinctual skills at the linebacker position, allowing him to make correct decisions almost every play.
Not only that, but he also is a dependable, tough hitter—an aspect that's been tough to find in a big hit-driven NFL of late.
It's also well-known how he stepped up and persevered for Penn State throughout the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal as he became a voice and a leader for a team in distress.
Regardless of all the things he did for Penn State (on the field and off), a laundry list of injuries and medical exams will be the deciding factor for his future career in the NFL.