Live: NFL Scouting Combine Day 5
Keep it locked right here as we bring you live coverage of the fifth day of the NFL Scouting Combine, featuring linebackers and defensive linemen. You can also watch the combine live at NFL.com.
Official bench press numbers for LBs.
Eisen and Mayock called Sio Moore the best value of the draft after his impressive showing today.
This never happens: Mizzou LB Xaviar Gooden's "official" time faster than his unofficial 40 times. At 4.47, he's the fastest LB at Combine.— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) February 25, 2013
Comparison of Manti Te'o and Kevin Minter, who have been discussed as late first round picks.
Manti Te'o's best 40 time is a 4.82, 20th of the 26 LBs who ran today.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 25, 2013
Official LB times for the 40-yard dash.
Keith Pough with a 4.90 forty :(... I still like him, but have always thought SLB— Josh Norris (@JoshNorris) February 25, 2013
Iowa State LB A.J. Klein fell twice during the LB drills.
Mike Mayock on Jarvis Jones: I am frustrated that he is not out here. I think that is bad advice and a bad decision not to work out today.— NFL Media PR (@InsideNFLMedia) February 25, 2013
Some notable official 40 times for MLBs: Jon Bostic (4.61), A. Ogletree (4.70), Khaseem Greene (4.71), Kevin Minter (4.81),Manti Te'o (4.82)— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) February 25, 2013
Oregon LB Kiko Alonso, who did not participate in the 40-yard dash, does on-field LB drills.
I get not putting a lot of stock in 40 times. But with Teo the kid keeps coming up short when the lights are on him. Thats the bigger issue.— D'Brickashaw (@DragonflyJonez) February 25, 2013
Manti Te'o's official 40 time is 4.82— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) February 25, 2013
Manti Te'o participates in the LB drills.
Manti looked pretty okay in the change-of-direction, but he was anticipating that shuffle back the other way. I.e., waiting for the coach— Ty Schalter (@tyschalter) February 25, 2013
FSU's Nick Moody took a spill in the LB drills.
Georgia LB Cornelius Washington with a 4.50 in his second attempt. Ranked as PFW's top LOLB, 3rd-4th round projection.— Pro Football Weekly (@ProFootballWkly) February 25, 2013
John Harbaugh is not impressed with Manti Te'o's 4.80 forty yard dash.
Why 40 times matter for Te'o - tape can only show u what player does vs. his level of comp, but 40 helps to level playing field vs. others— Lance Zierlein (@LanceZierlein) February 25, 2013
Jonathan Stewart runs a 4.65 in his second run.
Alec Ogletree runs a 4.62 on second time, same as his first— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) February 25, 2013
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