1. DE Emmanuel Ogbah
The former Oklahoma State standout was one of the fastest defensive linemen at the Combine on Sunday, finishing with a 4.63 40-yard dash, the second-best among defensive linemen. In addition to his impressive 40 time, Ogbah had the second-best vertical jump and third-best broad jump. The overall sentiment among media following Ogbah's workout was that he'd helped his draft stock significantly with his performance at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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2. DE Shaq Lawson
Lawson had similar success as Ogbah, finishing near the top in the 40-yard dash and broad jump. Lawson's 4.70 40 was the fourth-best among defensive linemen while his broad jump was the fifth-best among players at his position. The former Clemson player has already been linked to the Buccaneers; NFL Media's Bucky Brooks believe Tampa Bay will select him ninth overall in this year's draft.
- DT Robert Nkemdiche**
Nkemdiche's physical prowess speaks for itself. The 300-pound defensive tackle ran a 4.87 40-yard dash, faster than some wide receivers at this year's Combine and 35-inch vertical jump was the fourth-best among all defensive linemen, not just tackles. After struggling with off-the-field issues at Mississippi, Nkemdiche's meeting with NFL teams were likely just as, if not more important than his on-field workouts. What happened in those meetings, though, will remain between him and the teams he spoke with.
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4. LB Darron Lee
As far as the measurable go, Lee was the top-performing linebacker on Sunday. The Ohio State product recorded the fastest 40 of any linebacker, finishing the drill in 4.47 seconds. He also led the pack with a 133-inch broad jump, in addition to finishing with the fifth-highest vertical jump. Travis Feeney had the second-fastest 40 time among linebackers, clocking in at 4.5, while Minnesota's De'Vondre Campbell followed with a 4.58.