The rookie offensive linemen at this year's NFL Scouting Combine went through the remainder of their workouts during the day on Saturday after hitting the bench press on Friday. There were a few surprises, but probably not anything that will drastically alter anyone's draft stock.
Luke Joeckel, likely the top lineman, didn't impress much in the 40-yard dash with a time of 5.30 seconds. However, he looked solid in the cone and shuttle drills, putting up some of the better times in those drills. Chance Warmack, possibly the top guard, only did the 40-yard dash (with an unimpressive time of 5.49 seconds) and the broad jump.
As for prospects projected to the Packers, center Travis Frederick tied for the slowest 40 time (5.58 seconds), but was pretty much in the middle of the pack in the cone and shuttle drills. Jonathan Cooper of North Carolina had similar cone and shuttle times to Frederick, but out-benched him by 14 reps and ran a half-second faster in the 40.
Some big surprises were the 40 times run by Terron Armstead of Arkansas-Pine Bluff (4.71) and Lane Johnson of Oklahoma (4.72). Those both beat the previous offensive lineman record, set by former Packer Allen Barbre in 2007 (4.84). Jeff Baca of UCLA led the way with a 7.26 second time in the cone drill and tied Eric Fisher of Central Michigan with the fastest shuttle drill at 4.44 seconds.