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5 Standouts from the Combine, March 3

A few players who impressed at the NFL Scouting Combine on Friday - presented by Florida Hospital.


  1. RB Dalvin Cook**
    Cook ran about where many expected him to, finishing the 40-yard dash in 4.49 seconds. Most analysts believe Cook and LSU's Leonard Fournette are the top two running backs in this year's draft class, and Cook ran the faster time by .02 seconds. Cook recorded 22 reps on the bench press, the fourth-most among running backs, and recorded a broad jump of 116 inches.

2. OL Forrest Lamp
Lamp, who is widely considered to be a first-round pick, was clocked running a five-second 40-yard dash, which was the fourth-fastest among offensive linemen. TCU's Aviante Collins clocked the fastest 40 time for an offensive lineman, finishing the drill in 4.81 seconds. Lamp also recorded 34 reps on the bench press, which was the second-most of any player at the Combine on Friday, and a 111-inch broad jump, the third furthest among offensive linemen. Lamp is projected as an interior offensive lineman after playing the majority of his career at guard.


  1. RB T.J. Logan**
    Chris Johnson's combine record of 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash has survived yet another day, but Logan's time was impressive all the same. He clocked in a 4.37 seconds, the fastest of any player at the Combine on Friday. The former North Carolina standout was the only play to run a sub-4.4 40, with Utah's Joe Williams recording a 4.41 40 and North Carolina A&T's Tarik Cohen running a 4.42.

4. OL Isaac Asiata
Asiata recorded 35 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press, the most of any player at the Combine on Friday. The former Utah guard went into the Combine projected as a third-round pick by CBS Sports. He also ran a 5.34-second 40-yard dash, a 25.5-inch vertical jump and 102-inch broad jump. He's listed at 6-foot-3 and 325 pounds.

5. OL Garett Bolles
Bolles clocked a 4.95-second 40-yard dash, the second-fastest among offensive linemen. He also recorded a 115-inch broad jump, which was the furthest of any offensive lineman. Bolles played the majority of his career at tackle and is believed to be the third-best offensive tackle in this year's draft class, according to CBS. An NFC West scout referred to Bolles as the “most athletic offensive lineman” he's seen in his scouting career.

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