The NFL Combine on-field drills begin today in Indianapolis. We will have live updates, highlights and 40-yard dash times from the Combine once the drills begin.
The running backs, offensive linemen and special teams players will be competing in a number of drills. Click here for a full list of Combine participants.
Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott leads a talented running back class. The 40-yard dash is the most anticipated event each year at the Combine. The times are most important to the running backs and wide receivers at the Combine as teams are looking for great speed at the skill positions.
Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil is considered the top offensive lineman in this draft class. Tunsil has a chance to be selected by the Tennessee Titans with the first overall pick.
Keep it here throughout the day for live coverage of the NFL Combine 2016.
Here’s what has happened so far:
Georgia Running Back Keith Marshall Ran a 4.31
Keith Marshall stole the show on day one of the Combine. Marshall officially ran a 4.31 for his 40 time and was the fastest of all running backs. Chris Johnson holds the record with 4.24.
Laremy Tunsil Did Not Run in the 40-Yard Dash
The day began with the offensive linemen running the 40-yard dash. NFL Network reported Tunsil decided to not run at the Combine and opted to run at his pro day.