After suffering a partially torn pectoral muscle while bench pressing at the NFL Scouting Combine, which prevented him from participating in an on-field workout at the combine and Ohio State's pro day, former Buckeye cornerback Kendall Sheffield held an individual workout for scouts at Ohio State on Thursday morning, with just two weeks to go until the 2019 NFL draft.
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Sheffield went through position drills and participated in the broad and vertical jumps, 20-yard shuttle and 3-cone drill, putting up impressive numbers in each of those drills while working out in front of representatives from 27 NFL teams.
After partially tearing his pec at the Combine, #OSU CB Kendall Sheffield worked out and did drills for 27 teams today. He impressed during his on-field drills and posted these numbers in his workout:— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 11, 2019
10' 8 broad jump
4.09 short shuttle
6.79 3-cone drill
Had Sheffield posted those numbers at the combine, he would have ranked sixth among all defensive backs in the 3-cone drill, tied for seventh in the 20-yard shuttle, tied for 12th in the broad jump and tied for 13th in the vertical jump.