Published: Thu, March 07, 2019
Sports | By Angie Alvarado

Todd McShay Names Player Who Stood Out At NFL Combine

Todd McShay Names Player Who Stood Out At NFL Combine

Montez Sweat certainly made a name for himself during Sunday's NFL Combine workouts.

The former Ohio State Commit-turned-Auburn Tiger's time was initially clocked at 4.31, which, for the while, matched the time of former Ohio State receiver Parris Campbell (who ran a 4.32 unofficially). Dean was first given an unofficial time of 4.31, before the official time was announced as 4.30.

Bengals receiver John Ross set the combine record of 4.22 in 2017. The 5-foot-11, 205-pound safety also measured in with 31 5/8-inch arms and 9 1/8-inch hands.

Other than one of the craziest questions in NFL Combine history, which is saying something -Kentucky cornerback Lonnie Johnson was asked by the Seattle Seahawks to have a staring contest last week - Boyd performed well at the showcase at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. He posted 90 receptions for 1,063 yards and 12 touchdowns - all career highs.

Thornhill's day came as a bit of surprise, as many saw a player that wasn't overly athletic.

Tankathon's mock draft now has Campbell going No. 70 overall in the third round to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The wacky world of the NFL Scouting Combine got even more freaky when former Texas cornerback Kris Boyd was reportedly asked by a team whether both his testicles were intact.

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