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Michigan Football: NFL Combine Grades, Analysis and Results for Ex-Wolverines
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Taylor Lewan blew by OL in the 40-yard dash (4.87 seconds, per MLive.com)

At varying degrees, Taylor Lewan, Jeremy Gallon and Michael Schofield each entered the NFL combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with something to prove.

For starters, Lewan and Schofield wanted to prove that Michigan still produces quality linemen. Not since 2008 has a Wolverines O-Liner made waves in draft pools. 

Well, that was until Lewan ran a 4.87-second 40-yard dash, the fastest among his position group. He also put up 29 reps on the 225-pound press. 

Off-the-field issues aside, the former All-American should be among the first taken in May's NFL draft. 

Schofield ran a respectable 5.01-second 40, the sixth-fastest among O-Linemen. 

Not at his quickest, Gallon ran a 4.49-second 40, the 20th-fastest among receivers. 

However, there is more to combine week than 40 times. This slideshow will uncover and analyze those storylines while assessing grades to each player's performance and reported experiences. 

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