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2016 NFL Combine Results: Defensive Linemen's workouts and 40 times

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See how all of the defensive linemen at the Combine measured in and timed out in their drills.

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On Sunday in Indianapolis, one of the position groups working out on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium was the defensive linemen. Full results of their workouts and drills can be found below.

Among the top prospects are Ohio State's Joey Bosa, who ran the 40-yard dash in 4.86 seconds, and DeForest Buckner of Oregon, who ran at 5.05 seconds while weighing 291 pounds. The fastest time of the group was posed by Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanual Ogbah, whose 4.63-second 40 paced the field.

A few of the other outstanding measurements include the following:

  • Southern Utah DE James Cowser ran the 3-cone drill in 6.80 seconds
  • Florida DE Alex McCalister led the way with a 10'8" broad jump and had one of the best verticals at 34.5". He also recorded the top time in the 20-yard shuttle drill, at exactly four seconds.
  • Virginia Tech DE Dadi Nicholas recorded a 41-inch vertical jump, nearly six inches higher than any other lineman. However, Nicholas measured in at just 6'3" and 237 pounds.

Here are the full results.