6'3 3/8" for Haskins... not bad at all.
Not often that you see a QB whose official height is taller than what their school listed.
I have this weird feeling that Scouts are gonna really love him and that we are gonna start to hear a lot of rave reviews for the Dtrain.
Ohio, the greatest state in the Union!
Especially if he crushes the interviews and white board sessions like we have been led to believe he can
emotionally exhausted and morally bankrupt
But will he run?
Ignorance isn't bliss for the rest of us.
Isaiah Prince sure does look the part.
It doesn't matter whether you're the lion or a gazelle-when the sun comes up, you'd better be running.
He's gonna impress and get drafted early IMO.
Go get'em Cal Poppy - we are behind you !!
It's not a rivalry .............. it's a wreckoning.
My prediction is he gets up and starts walking towards the podium before his name is called. And he does that quite a few times. And as people shake his hand, he will hold the embrace much too long for comfort.
Does he start an interview kinda weak, pull it together, only to botch it all at the end?
He just interrupts the interviewer constantly.
"just a guy, nothing more, nothing less" ~ Some troll then *poof* he was gone
"Man I wish everyone stop saying I beat a kid in the hospital 91-35.... It was 98-35, had 91 with 1:26 left in the 4th"
- Cardale Jones
Nick Bosa - You can measure me if you wish yet I then will measure the rest of your life in screams!
I would rather be on hand with 10 men then elsewhere with 10,000 - Timur Lenk
That's what she said!
At work, busted up. Thanks. Much needed.
Arizona will really screw up if they take Kyler Murray with the first pick. San Francisco (2) or the Jets (3) will be charged with grand larceny when they get Bosa.
No matter what Kyler Murray does, I believe Haskins is a great pro style QB. . Tremendous arm and accuracy. #showoutBucks
Would have never guessed Parris was shorter than Terry. Always looked bigger on game day. Oh well, one more thing to be wrong about.
Or that McLaurin is the heavier of the two. McLaurin always looks so slender and lanky
Really? Mclaurin always looked more built to me. Campbell seemed to have the skinnier frame. I am kind of surprised that Mclaurin is taller though.
I saw him several times on campus when he was a freshmen so maybe that’s skewing my visual
That's funny, I always got the impression Mclaurin was much bigger than Campbell.
Wow, you can see a 1/4" difference in height? Maybe the helmets change their appearance. Don't know, could their helmets be set differently? Or were you talking about their appeances on the sideline without helmets?
Just giving you a hard time GLC. Grew up not too far from there, but a really long time ago. Some great places to hang out all around that lake!!!
Beat everyone, in every sport, all the time!!!
That lake would be Grand Lake ST MARYS, of course. I grew up there a LONG time ago - before it was green.
I would have guessed Parris was a couple inches taller, but actually shorter. I thought I looked like Chris Helmsworth too but my wife said that wasn't accurate either.
Maybe since the lake was green my whole life, that has caused me issues [its a mud hole but dammit, its my mud hole]????
Growing up we had a trailer on glorious Lake St. Mary’s, our summer cottage, and a bass boat with a massive 60hp Johnson outboard. Get in line, Ladies...
It's been my theory that turning the water green, from the crystal clear Blue (and Gold)* of my youth is a diabolical Bulldog plot to try and claim the lake once and for all, as if drinking the lake water wasn't enough.
* "crystal clear blue and gold" appearing to some eyes to be more a shade of dirty brown
Terry always had those big biceps which made him look like a Linebacker.
Crazy that Kyler Murray is 5 inches shorter than Haskins but his hands are only 1/8th smaller.
Anything you want you should have
So are his unusually big or are Haskins small? Not sure if theres a height-to-hand ratio out there.
Beat me to it ! Guess I should have refreshed the page
"He has that look in his eye when it's time to start feeding the beast" UFM on EZE
Haskins hands are good sized. They measured larger than Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold, as well as Russell Wilson.
9" would be considered alright, 9 1/2" and up is great, over 10" is excellent.
9" would be considered alright, 9 1/2" and up is great, over 10" is excellent.
Soooo many comments here.
Russell Wilson has huge hands
10+ inches. So does Drew Brees.
Not to deflect the discussion too much, but does anyone really care about the size of the meathooks on an OL? (The better to hold hold you with, my dear)
Maybe not within the football world but...
There are some who say there is a direct correlation to the size of the hand and the size of something else on a guy. Even if it just a myth if there are those who believe it then they will be touting their hand size if abnormally large.
I don't buy one goddam drop of gas in the state of Michigan!
I shook Franko Harris's hand one time......massive
I am offended.
Signed in just to UV this.
Weren't Baker Mayfield's hands freakishly large also?
"Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war."
Mayfield measured 9.25" at the combine.
Manziel is the one that had the surprisingly big hands at 9 7/8"
I sure miss the talking heads saying “Johnny football” a million times a telecast regardless of handsize.
Not much for handling the football but great for handling the liquor bottle.
"Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect" - Benny Hill
Shoes or not in shoes?
Typically no shoes heals touching feet pointing at an angle.
Parris is preparing for takeoff.
Murray came in at 5’10” and 207 lbs. That’s bigger than a lot of people thought.
Yep, color me shocked, thought 5'9" would have been lucky
Have you ever seen a fierce animal who you were sure wouldn't bite? Because I haven't.
Yep, color me shocked, thought 5'9" would have been lucky
He spent the past month on an inversion table. /s
My favorite team? Whoever is playing TTUN.
Or in a closet.
Not that I am saying I think they messed up something as simple as measurements, but I never in a million years could imagine Kyler Murray standing next to Parris Campbell and them being less than 2" different. More surprised about Parris really. I mean 5-9" or 5-10", that's still short either way you slice it. Always thought Campbell looked legitimately 6-1"+ on the field, though.
He's so bloated from water retention that he has now dropped out of all the on field workouts.
Yep and now everyone and their brother has him being taken as the first QB, maybe first overall. This is crazy ludicrous. Look, he’s a talented player. First round worthy. But so many now proclaiming he’s the #1 QB because he’s 1 and 1/8 inch taller than 5’9”. Just makes no sense. By that reasoning, wouldn’t a QB who measures 6 plus inches taller than 5’9” be six times better?
“I intend to make Georgia howl.” General William Tecumseh Sherman
I bet he had on 3 pairs of those really thick wool winter socks.
The last NFL QB 5-10 or shorter drafted was Doug Flutie in the 11th round in 1985!!!
And back then, the other positions werent the huge athletic beasts they are today.
NFL QBs just arent that size, sorry. Murray will be out of the NFL in 2-3 years. Its cute and kind of a nice story to root for him, but the odds are against him.
I will that bet. He will still on an NFL roster in 2022 is my prediction.
As a QB?
I’ll take that bet too but Buckshave7 doesn’t respond to bets. He never backs his posts. So good luck with that.
If he's still in past his rookie contract, it won't be as a QB.
Those bench numbers for Prince and Jordan are pretty bad. As a point of reference, sort this from last year. 19 would basically be the worst OL on the board.
Princes numbers are fine. If you strictly look at the OT, the range for the bench press is anywhere from 14 to 28.
Orlando Brown was selected in the 3rd round and he was the one that did 14.
19 for an OG on the other hand is not very good.
23 reps with that wingspan pretty solid for Prince. I expected Jordan to be in the 25-30 range. Maybe a bad day.
The wingspan has a lot to do with. At 150 in college I could do 20 reps. But at 5-7 it was easier
And Brown is 9’15 and weighs 476 lbs.
I agree. Not an NFL scout or anything, but Prince and Jordan pressed less than I would have expected. Don't we have a freshman coming in that does 225 lbs. 23 times or something already?
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Doesn't look good for Micky if you ask me
Coach Mick is incredibly good. No easy explanation for what appears to be a lack of strength in some players. Strength is like knowledge. Can't ever have too much. I would love for every player on the roster to have continued and constant improvement in strength. No position isn't helped by being stronger than the guy across from you. Maybe weak reps by O linemen explains weak run blocking.
23 for Prince is better than I was expecting. He has long arms so never was going to put up crazy numbers. 19 for Jordan as a guard is a red flag. I'd be shocked if Mick gave him the greenlight to go pro without putting up 20 reps at 225.
The Dwayne Train, a.k.a "The dart thrower" will startle the scouts, as he did me.
"We get paid to score touchdowns, not kick field goals"
-- Urban Meyer
Most fascinating measurable thus far, Johnnie Dixon and Dwayne Haskins has the same sized hand.
Would have never guessed that Weber only outweighs Kyler Murray by 4 pounds. That seems impossible to me.
Uhhh 22 reps for Weber? Wowowowow
Weber lead all RBs.
In the poll era (since 1936), OSU is by far the class of the B1G:
National Titles: OSU 8, UM 3
B1G Titles: OSU 33, UM 27
Head-to-head: OSU 42, UM 36
Major Bowls (New Year's Six): OSU 20-14, UM 10-16
That's awesome - good for him.
Alex Barnes hit 34, breaking the RB record.
Actually, Weber tied with 4 other players for 6th place for RB bench press.
22 is not that big of a number for a guy who is 5-9 211.
Sorta surprising that Mike Weber is almost 100lbs lighter than Prince and Jordan yet his bench is about the same
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It doesn't seem like much, but 5" shorter arms can make it much easier to bench more.
Buckeye in the desert of Washington state.
Explains why dinosaurs bench so much.
Justice delayed is justice denied....#FTP
Also RB tend to be powerfully built and fast twitch...OL not so much. The gap is not as much as you might think..although obviously you will see more OL get to 30+ reps.
Their lean muscle mass is not as far apart.
Still - Barkley and Chubb each put up 29 reps last year, Webber's 22 would have been tied for 3rd. He will probably be top 5 for rb's this year.
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Barkley and Chubb are both incredible. All I am saying is he is not 300 lbs of muscle. Not every body is Rob Kudla and Vern Gholston. Very few are in fact.
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My 40 time predictions (I do this every year):
Bosa - 4.69
Campbell - 4.34
Dixon - 4.47
Haskins - 4.81
Jones - 4.92
McLaurin - 4.38
Sheffield - 4.33
Weber - 4.48
Those are pretty realistic times. 4.2x times are exceedingly rare; I don't recall any Buckeye in recent memory running that fast.
I like it. Do you happen to recall what Sheffield or Campbell's OSU charted times were?
I do recall we have discussed using those and also Nike Opening times as a base for estimates. I recall Campbell and Mclaurin being in 4.36-4.41 range during SPARQ testing.
I wish I could find that pic but I know they were in the 4.2's. You always add about .12 to .15 seconds onto OSU hand held times. I do remember Ward was still at the top of the leaderboard with a 4.19 or something goofy (4.32 at the combine).
Weber ran 4.38
4.48. Correction. 4.38 indeed. Damn!
“Feeling cold is psychological” -Woody
I don’t know what is going on at NFL.com
About Weber’s 40 time - hell of a prediction.
Fucking Mike Weber with 22 reps?
Christ, I did 6 reps @ 225 this morning and felt like I was going to die.
GO GET EM WEBER!
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
281 pounds for Dre'Mont? Interesting. Definitely not a great weigh in for him and pretty much relegates him to a 3rd down interior pass rushing 3-tech role. Hopefully he tears up the 40 at that weight though (4.8's maybe?).
Yeah, that would make Dremont one of the smallest DTs in the league. Ed Oliver's weight was the big concern and he came in at 6 pounds heavier than Jones.
Sorry Urban, Woody is still my favorite
Jones could also be a DE in a 3-4 for sure though. He isn't solely a DT
You don't see too many 6-2 3/4" 5-techniques, but he's got pretty good length (6-8 wingspan). I just don't think that's using his skill set in the best way possible. He's a penetrator; using him as a two gapping 3-4 DE just seems like a bit of a waste, but I think in one-gap schemes sure, he could probably play there.
I might like him more as a 4-3 base end than a 3-4 end honestly at 280 lbs.
I actually was thinking that he'd be great as a 4 or a 4i in a 3-4, but your point about how asking him to 2-gap would eliminate his penetration abilities is something I hadn't considered, so that's definitely a good insight on your part. I think we might see him in many different positions along the D-line throughout his career because of his versatility, to be honest. Sure his 40 time wasn't great, but his explosiveness is proven and that's far more important for a D-lineman than being able to run 40 yards in a straight line.
Do you think he'd benefit from cutting down 10lbs and trying to make a career as a 5 or a 9 technique? I personally feel like he should try to put on an extra 10lbs and continue as a 3-tech. He was so great at it in college
Gain the weight and play 3-tech for sure. I'm pretty surprised by his combine numbers TBH... it wasn't just the 40 time either; the other numbers weren't so hot as well. He was listed at 295 lbs this past season... I'm not sure if he played at that weight and then slimmed down to put up better numbers (didn't seem to work) but you probably don't want someone playing 9-tech running a 5.15 40 combined with the bad shuttle times he put up.
This is all sort of reminding me of Adolphus Washington a few years back (was seen as a fringe 1st rounder all season, surprisingly underwhelming combine, goes in 3rd round but has a solid journeyman career). Washington would flash top 15 potential every now and then as well but could just never put it all together consistently.
Washington - 6033, 301 LBS, 5.17 40, 27 vert, 8-3 broad, 4.79 shuttle, 8.06 3-cone
Jones - 6026, 281 LBS, 5.14 40, 31.5 vert, 9-2 broad, 4.53 shuttle, 7.71 3-cone
Damn. Thanks for pointing out how similar their combines were; definitely interesting. I think Jones is more of a playmaker and has a higher ceiling than Washington though; he was in the backfield a lot more than Washington ever was.
I think he has great potential as a 3-tech. Like I said in my first reply, it took you pointing out how asking him to 2-gap would take away his penetration abilities for me to second-guess his potential as a 4-tech. Maybe he'll surprise us both though. Again, I think he looked better than Washington did during his career, but I definitely understand why you used Washington as a comparison
Two tenths is actually a bigger factor then inferred, I think Jones quickness makes a greater impact!
He came in DE. But there were 2 Bosas, Young, Hubbard, Lewis....the cupboard was not bare at DE.
Weber out benched Jordan by 3 reps. Umm... MJ might have wished he stayed in college for 1 more season. Weber has started off in beast mode. I have liked him since day 1 but the injuries hurt his # of carries. Stay fresh and show them what you can do. I hope he can go late in round 2 or early in round 3.
Guys who are in the 6-6 range have a hard time benching. They have to move the weight much further.
If you want to see a guy throw some weight find a 6'1 310 pound DT.
Nick Bosa has giant hands and a huge wingspan....sheesh!!
"I don't want to be around average, why be around average!" -UFM
The wingspan isn't super huge for a edge player, but the dude's got some mitts on him for sure...
yeah, I went back and looked at his wings....decent but not huge....his hand however are giant.
Bosa actually measured in a little taller than I thought he would. Just about 6’4”, I thought he would be an inch or so shorter.
This is definitely where I parked my car.
I would have thought our top OLmen and running back would've ranked a lot higher in the bench press. They seem at best very mediocre to me.
Maybe I missed something....why nothing on Sheffield?
DB testing is tomorrow.
Thought they did height, weight, etc on all of the players yesterday......that is missing too.
They do each group individually.
So we won't get DB measurements until tomorrow.
Thanks for the clarification!
300 lb linemen and they are faster than Rich Eisen.
Holy crap! Don't ever call a lineman a slob again, they can catch you!
The 5.27 time and only 19 reps on the bench are going to put Michael Jordan in the bottom portion of the lineman tested. Sounds like Coach Day tried to persuade him to stay and even committed to moving him back to guard. The decision to go pro is not looking real sound right now. Hope he is able to finish the weekend on a strong note.
He will be fine, technique and leverage.
Unofficial 4.40 for Weber.... WOW
Weber gonna get paid with that time..
A 32.5 inch vertical for a 312 LB OL? Holy shit. Michael Jordan is a freak.
Exactly what I thought... sounds like he worked out his legs more than his arms lol.
Weber with a 4.40 flat Nice
Did anyone watching see Weber run? NFL.com has it listed as a 4.40 flat... Wasn't sure he had that kind of speed.
We watched him run past and away from opposing DBs from a couple seasons
Mike ran fast. 4.49.
Weber 2nd run 4.38 unofficial... sweet lord maybe he should've gotten some more carries
Web is a burner, 4.38 as listed on NFL.com. Book it. He is moving up nicely on the draft boards. Urbs just did not use him as much as he should have. To me, he looked like our best back this year and it was not as close as most would think
Agree with everything except the "Urb did not use him enough" thought. He used him when JTB was the QB plenty when he wasn't banged up.
The offense changed this year with Haskins, not to mention the OL was not that consistent.
I will agree, Weber was our best back. Dobbins is a stud too, but I thought Weber's experience showed at times.
Thank you Urban Meyer and Gene Smith
Wasn’t Weber injured on and off and well? That also held him back. He’s has great maturity and work ethic and he is so driven.
NFL.com has Weber as the #1 time so far at 4.38.
edit: NFL.com just updated it to 4.40 -still fast enough.
How does the media underrate his speed anyway? He's run 4.3's at OSU and look no further than exhibit a:
I'm still seeing 4.38
I just refreshed and now it's back to a 4.38. The NFL needs to make up its mind.
The numbers I saw were 4.48 and 4.49 who saw 4.40?
I've been refreshing the results page on nfl.com and it was 4.40 and now it's 4.38.
Did you watch him run? I can't imagine he posted those numbers, I keep hoping someone that watched it saw it and can confirm.
Honestly surprised that so many people are surprised
I’m looking at the results right now.
Weber, Mike Ohio St. RB 4.38u
Don't listen to Freddy P. Soft
I was watching live on NFL network
I think the official times are posted on the website. On TV is unofficial in the beginning. Looking like 4.38 for Web. I could see that in his burst last year. He fast.
Yeah, the TV showed 4.49 and 4.48 but nfl.com is reporting a 4.38, not sure which one is accurate but either time is incredible for Weber's draft stock
it's now officially 4.38 and the fastest 40 by a RB
"Read not to contradict or refute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider." - Francis Bacon
Who didn’t see the 82 yard run by Weber against Sparty if you think he isn’t that fast?
NFL.com still is 4.38.
11W says 4.48
Weber came into OSU a little bit chubby and tightened his body up/shed some fat.
It's possible redshirt freshman Weber was a 4.6-4.65 guy and has made himself a 4.45-4.5 guy. It happens...that why you come to Ohio State.
Weber also made the bottom of the infamous Woody Hayes measurement board in the 40, with around 4.37 and I think it was around the same tine as Jerome Baker...so expected a 4.45 to 4.5 from him. You gotta add .13 or so to OSU times LOL.
Yeah, Weber was 4.35 at OSU. The "add .13 seconds" rule to what the WHAC leaderboard says is almost fullproof haha.
I see I've been downvoted, but...
Roby = 4.26 > 4.39 (+.13)
Miller = 4.32 > 4.50 (+.18)
Grant = 4.32 > 4.44 (+.12)
Smith = 4.33 > 4.42 (+.09)
Shazier = 4.35 > 4.36 at his pro day on OSU's notoriously fast track. Probably would have been a 4.45 in Indy (still ridiculous).
They did the same stuff at Florida. Too late to change my predictions but I should probably have guessed late 4.3's for Campbell and Sheffield and mid 4.4's for McLaurin seeing this again.
It isn't a perfect system. One theory I have is it seems the more track experience the player has, like Campbell and Ward running sprints in HS and Sheffield on 2 levels, the more consistent your start, times, mechanics are going to be. Devin Smith ran track too.
It could be random, but the track guys seem to be .09-.11 off.
I will go 4.35 for Campbell and 4.34 for Sheffield...and how about a 4.44 for Mclaurin.
Announcers totally overlooking Weber in favor of Sanders is criminal.
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I agree, Gunner. I also wondered why Karan Higdon was even invited to the combine. He ran a 4.5 but he never did anything special during the season, IMO. It'll be interesting to see where he gets drafted.
UM honk Rich Eisen said he was surprised at Mike Weber's 40 time. He also kept saying a player was from "The" Ohio State University when he spoke of a Buckeye during the combine. I could be wrong but I believe it was a subtle mock. Show some respect, A hole.
what do you expect from a meatchicken man...
NFL.com also has Hidgon as the higher rated back which is absolutely asinine IMO.
Weber isn’t a first round back but he is a capable and serviceable back who should have a very respectable career.
4.38 for Weber.
What 40 time did Higdon guarantee he'd run?
One thing to keep in mind is how goofy the "official" times can be. Most teams just use their own personal hand times and pay no mind to the official time. Remember when Taylor Mays did this?
They gave him like an official 4.47 or something, but almost every team in attendance had him in the high 4.2's to low 4.3's. That electronic timer can be a little off if a player moves a hand or something right before they start going. I think Weber is probably more of a 4.48 guy (which is what they timed him at twice), but I'm stoked about the 4.38. I'd like to see the simulcast with some other RBs.
Alright, FINALLY an official time of 4.47 seconds for Weber. Great time for him (and about what I expected).
4.47 is great for somebody who gets momentum like a bowl ball.
The tape shows him blowing by safeties. Forget the gaping hole. The safeties were not up at the line.
More importantly with SEC speed, Georgia’s Holyfield waddled his way to a 4.78 from what I read.
I want to see Parris Campbell run a 4.2
What about those WRs’ bench press? I saw where McLauron was @ 18, Campbell @ 11, and Dixon @ 14 (?).
Dang Campbell. That could be the lowest reps in the history of the combine.
The honey badger put up 4 if I recall. Christian McCaffrey put up 10, which probably was the lowest total ever for a RB.
Real Badger WR Abbredaris also put up 4 reps. I'm starting to think Badgers aren't as tough as they seem.
Nah. Tom Brady was at the combine once.
Jones at 280 MIGHT be a concern to the big boys, very light for a DT in most schemes and not really a DE either. I've seen him mocked in the second round, be interesting to see if he drops because of his weight.
I am constantly amused and fascinated how unprofessional ttun grads become when they get on TV and the conversation turns to involving something about the Buckeyes - good or bad. Seriously boys, grow up.
Weber having more bench press reps than Jordan is surprising...I know arm length plays a role, and Weber may have overachieved, but Jordan bombed that...
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Haskins 5.04 40 unofficial. That 4.71 over/under was easy money
Edit: second was a 5.06
But I thought he was a runner?
That time... Woof.
I don't see how anyone could believe he was around a 4.71 considering that was how fast JT Barrett ran last year.
He runs fast enough to throw touchdowns!
I'd rather be a minute early than an hour early, 'cause I like to procrastinate.
parris unofficial 4.32 first run
P. Campbell and J. Dixon are definitely going to make whichever team selects them very happy with their speed great 40 times. Go Bucks!
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Funny how the announcers start downgrading the value of WR speed immediately after Dixon and Campbell set two of the two fastest times.
Are these announcers Meatchicken men?
Rich Eisen definitely is, but he wasn't the one saying the Best NFL receivers are 4.5 guys.
40 inch vert is ridiculous, look out for the planes up there.
Noon games suck
Sideline reporter reported that all the scouts started writing notes furiously after Campbell ran his 40.
"Dat Boy Fast"
I love how it makes that much of a difference to them. Apparently they didn’t watch any Ohio State games this year.
Case you’ve never noticed, NFL scouts pay more attention to combine stats then on field stats
Rich Eisen is a tool
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I knew Paris would kill the 40 but I am most impressed with how natural he looked catching the ball in the gauntlet drill. It is amazing how much he has improved as a true WR, now go get paid kid.
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Lots of really good talk about OSU this morning/afternoon. Irvin and smith talking about how smooth dixon is running routes and caching the ball. eisen talking how well campbell did the gauntlet drill
Haskins looking good with pop on his throws and on time based on Warner's commentary
Parris' official time is upgraded to 4.31. He's also killed it in the vert and long jumps and had a nice skill session. Might see him in the late first round.
Denver Broncos asked Trace McSorley if he would stick around and work with the defensive backs. He said Uh, no.
Terry McLaurin disapproves.
Where is Mclauren? Is he hurt
I believe he is in the second group. A bunch of WRs still haven't run the 40 yet.
I wonder if Sheffield's different sizes hands made it hard to turn and look for the ball.
McLaurin 1st run was a 4.36
We could have 3 buckeyes in the 4.3 range and 2 in the 4.4 range. Insane.
I didn't think he was that much of a burner. I guess that explains how he was able to down the punt inside the 5 all those times. Hopefully he lands somewhere that's a great fit
Anyone know when Sheffield is going to run the 40?
So did Nick take five months off to train for the combine and not run the 40 or is that skill tested later?
He goes tomorrow with the rest of the DL and LB
Should be interesting to see how he runs, should be fully healed up.
Haskins and Prince have the same 40 time.
Prince has more game time chasing after the defender he missed
I'd love to see Prince at QB!
I just read elsewhere that Dremont has run his 40' yard dash. Hopefully all Buckeyes do really well.
Nick Bosa at 4.84 is kinda of where I expected him to be although I was hoping for a time closer in the mid 4.7s.
Drill reviews for Bosa have all been very, very positive. Basically of the "yeah, he's good" type of affirmations.
Jones's 40 was slow, but much better in drills in showing quickness, burst, etc. Scouts are saying he's fairly a lock for top-50, which may disappoint some, but probably not surprise many given his 40 time and weight.
Can’t believe Prince ran a faster 40 than Jones.
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Bosa, and especially Jones, have put up some pretty disappointing numbers.
The straight forward run yes but he was only a tenth of a second slower than Parris in the 20 yard shuttle. He is not going to be asked to chase down receivers but moving quickly around linemen is critical.
Montez Sweat DE Miss St 6-6 260 lbs. 40 time: 4.41.
WOW is all I can say.
Work out warriors don't always translate to being great football players.
Vernon Gohlston comes to mind for me as an example from the past.
But you got to give it up for that kind of speed and explosion in the 40.
Buckeye since 1952.
At least Sweat has been productive in his career (29.5 TFL, 22 sacks the past 2 seasons). That's easily one of the freakiest combine 40's in history. Showed some stiffness during the field drills, but that straight line speed is insane for a 260 lb man. That's a number people "oooooooh" and "awwwww" at for a 5-11, 190 lb CB.
Knew a coach in High School that only timed linemen in the 10 yard dash; he said if a linemen had to run full bore more than 10 yards, he must've failed at his job that play.
Former tOSU DB who got the medical axe Jamel Dean just ran a 4.31. He was already getting mocked in the 2nd round.. he may work his way to a 1st rounder with that speed and being 6'1 206.
All I see is Ohio State showed off at the combine. This draft should be a great one for the Buckeye's. And please tell me how we didn't win it all?????
The Jamel Dean medical disqualification at Ohio State still has a strange feel to it. Not sure we will ever know the whole story.
I missed out on the yearly NFL Underwear Olympics this year - missed the "experts" determining every player's career based on off-the-field exercises instead of game film. ;)