All three Ohio State defensive ends invited to this year's NFL Scouting Combine – Jalyn Holmes, Sam Hubbard and Tyquan Lewis – are taking place in Sundays on-field workouts for defensive linemen, which are ongoing and currently airing on NFL Network and streaming on NFL.com.
Holmes was the only one of those three defensive ends to run the 40-yard dash, completing the drill in an official time of 4.82 seconds, 12th-fastest among all defensive linemen.
Hubbard told NFL Network's Kimberly Jones that he would wait until Ohio State's pro day to run the 40, but is participating in everything else on Sunday, including linebacker drills. The NFL's official Twitter account posted a video of Hubbard, who said Saturday that he wanted to establish himself as a first-round pick this weekend, moving smoothly through a positional drill.
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Lewis is only taking part in a limited workout on Sunday, as he has been battling the flu this past weekend, but that didn't stop Lewis from leaping 10 feet, 2 inches in the broad jump – a very good leap for the 6-foot-3, 269-pound defensive end – as captured in a video by Ohio State's official Twitter account.
With all three defensive ends performing well in their workouts on Sunday, Ohio State defensive line coach Larry Johnson received a shoutout from draft analyst Mike Mayock during NFL Network's broadcast of the defensive line drills.
"Larry Johnson's been a great defensive line coach everywhere he's been," Mayock said.