On Saturday, it was the day of workouts and drills for the offensive linemen. They ran their 40-yard dashes, did bench press and completed other individual workouts. One offensive lineman forced his way into the conversation with a superb 40 time.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff lineman Terron Armstead ran it in 4.71 seconds, giving him the best speed time of all the linemen there. He also impressed in individual drills and pushed up 31 reps in the bench press, showing he has speed and strength to play at the next level. His stock shot up quickly.
What about other notable linemen expected to go at the top of the draft?
Eric Fisher was solid. The Central Michigan tackle had 27 reps in the bench and a 5.05 40 time, still one of the best at his position.
Luke Joeckel ran a 5.30 and had 27 bench press reps.
Guard Chance Warmack? He was not good in the 40, logging a 5.49, one of the slower times. But a great performance was not expected.
Lane Johnson, the Oklahoma tackle, did well with 28 reps and a 4.72 40 time.
Guard Larry Warford benched 28 reps and ran a 5.58.
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