Former Oklahoma OT Orlando Brown had a historically bad National Football League combine performance

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"The 6'0", 233-pound back out of Penn State has suddenly become the talk of this upcoming draft, and has rocketed himself into the conversation of who the Cleveland Browns might take with the top overall pick.

National Football League draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay recap how the best backs and linemen - including Saquon Barkley, Sony Michel, Orlando Brown and Quenton Nelson - fared, and Scouts Inc. analyst Steve Muench breaks down the under-the-radar prospects who are rising up draft boards. That was the fastest time for a player weighing that much since Calvin Johnson ran a 4.35 at 239 pounds in 2007.

Bench press: 22 reps (2nd).

"My goal was six", acknowledged Griffin, who nearly doubled his previous high of 11 reps and surpassed the 17 his twin brother, Shaquille, managed at last year's combine before the Seattle Seahawks selected the speedy cornerback in the third round.

"He is a matchup nightmare regarding linebackers and safeties", Mayock said. He finished among the best in history in almost every drill he competed in.

"I'm here today because of that year", Gesicki said.

Day 2 highlighted the remainder of the skill positions and the quarterbacks. I wonder in his heart of hearts if he missed competing (Saturday). "So in a pair of shorts he's always going to look good".

"I thought Josh Allen put on a show". Hurst told Utah defensive lineman Lowell Lotulelei that he had been diagnosed with the same heart condition as Lotulelei's older brother, Star.

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Yesterday, we found out the Browns were essentially out of the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes, so if they go this route, they'll be waiting for their QB of the future at #4.

BC-FBN-Combine-Brown's Bad Day, 351Oklahoma massive tackle historically bad at combineAP Photo INMC104, INDC102, INDC124, INDC123Eds: With AP Photos. "Never", Mayfield said, adding that Brown didn't allow a sack last season.

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"I've never wanted to be like anybody", Barkley said.

Barkley turned heads on Thursday during the bench press portion of the combine when he busted out 29 reps of 225 lb.

Rosen has all the natural ability to be the No. 1 pick in the draft and have a long and successful career in the NFL. He's expected to be a late round pick, if he gets selected at all.

A native of New Jersey, Gesicki actually played on an all-star basketball team in high school with Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson, the top-rated offensive line prospect in this draft.

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