NFL Combine: Big men moving fast highlight Day 3 of workouts


The Oxford, Mississippi native followed that up with the second fastest 40-yard dash at 4.33 seconds only behind Ohio State's Parris Campbell with 4.31 seconds.

Wise was the slowest man at the combine among DLs - which isn't great, considering he's not even that big a player at 6-foot-2 and 281 pounds. Running a 4.83-second 40-yard dash at that size was awfully impressive and just shows the quickness that comes along with Williams' elite power.

So which defensive linemen looked the best in Indianapolis? On Saturday, he benched 225 pounds a staggering 27 times, tied for the most among all wideouts at the Combine.

Many experts believe Metcalf cemented himself as the top wide receiver prospect in the NFL Draft.

Sweat also recorded a 1.55-second 10-yard split, the best among his position group. That said, the Bengals shouldn't let him get past them at No. 11. This year, under the franchise tag, he would earn $20.5 million. After the trade of Khalil Mack, Oakland is desperate for some help in the form of a pass rusher.

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In 2010 ESPN reported that the Miami Dolphins general manager at the time Jeff Ireland had to apologize for asking then prospect Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute.

Other "intense" moments during the interviewing process included Nate Davis of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte reporting that an National Football League team official offered to punch him in the chest.

Steven Nelson on the other hand is ready to see him join the Chiefs, or whatever team he ends up on in free agency, probably because he doesn't want have to ever try to cover a player like Metcalf.

Jacksonville expects to move on from starter Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall pick in 2014. rates Campbell as an "Instant Starter" who draws comparisons to former Vikings Pro Bowl receiver Percy Harvin.