Ohio State linebacker Marcus Freeman had a big workout day at the NFL
Scouting Combine Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Freeman ran the 40-yard dash in 4.74 seconds, tying for seventh among
linebackers. He tied for first in the vertical jump (37 inches) and was tops in
the 20-yard shuttle (4.12). The bench press results from Sunday were altered
and Freeman's 30 reps of 225 pounds tied for first. He tied for fourth in the
3-cone drill (6.98).
OSU linebacker James Laurinaitis posted unofficial 40 times of 4.80 and
4.81. He was third at his position in the 3-cone (6.93) and
sixth in the 20-yard shuttle (4.24).
The top linebacker performer was probably Aaron Curry of Wake Forest.
Projected as a top five pick, Curry turned in the best marks in the 40 (4.56),
broad jump (10-4) and 60-yard shuttle (11.35) and tied for first in the
vertical jump (37 inches).