2014 NFL combine: Auburn's Greg Robinson (332 lbs) runs 4.92 in 40

By Josh Katzowitz | NFL Writer

Former Auburn tackle Greg Robinson ran a blazing 40. (USATSI)
Former Auburn tackle Greg Robinson ran a blazing 40. (USATSI)

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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you needed any validation that former Auburn tackle Greg Robinson is a top NFL prospect, he showed why once again Saturday morning when he ran an official 4.92 and an unofficial 40 time of 4.84 with a 1.68 10-yard split. Robinson weighs 332 lbs.

Those times left NFL Draft observers drooling.

Robinson's first attempt was a 4.88. Which already was ridiculously fast for a man of Robinson's size.

There will be debate moving forward from this event whether Robinson or Texas A&M's Jake Matthews should be the first tackle taken in the draft.

Two of our four CBSSports.com mock drafters have the Rams drafting a tackle with the No. 2 overall pick (Rob Rang thinks it'll be Robinson, while Pete Prisco says it'll be Matthews). Which would be interesting since Robinson is much more raw than Matthews.

Here's the full list of OL 40 times at the NFL combine via our partner NFLDraftScout.com:

2014 Scouting Combine - 40-yard Dash Results (OL)

*(u) denotes initial unofficial time

Taylor Lewan, Michigan - 4.87 (4.85u)

Greg Robinson, Auburn - 4.92 (4.84u)

Trai Turner, LSU - 4.93 (4.84)

Joel Bitonio, Nevada - 4.97 (4.91u)

Matt Patchan, Boston College - 4.97 (4.84u)

Michael Schofield, Michigan - 5.01 (4.90u)

Seantrel Henderson, Miami - 5.04 (5.03u)

Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA - 5.04 (4.90u)

Jake Matthews, Texas A&M - 5.07 (4.91u)

Brandon Thomas, Clemson - 5.09 (4.97)

Weston Richburg, Colorado St. - 5.10 (5.07u)

Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt - 5.11 (5.09u)

Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma - 5.13 (5.09u)

Jonotthan Harrison, Florida - 5.15 (5.10u)

Zach Fulton, Tennessee - 5.16 (5.10u)

Billy Turner, North Dakota State - 5.16 (5.06u)

James Stone, Tennessee - 5.17 (5.09u)

Russell Bodine, North Carolina - 5.18 (5.18u)

Justin Britt, Missouri - 5.19 (5.10u)

Ryan Groy, Wisconsin - 5.19 (5.13u)

Kadeem Edwards, Tennessee St. - 5.25 (5.19u)

Cameron Fleming, Stanford - 5.28 (5.34u)

Travis Swanson, Arkansas - 5.28 (5.16u)

Conor Boffeli, Iowa - 5.30 (5.34u)

Antonio Richardson, Tennessee - 5.30 (5.19u)

John Urschel, Penn St. - 5.31 (5.25u)

Jon Halapio, Florida - 5.34 (5.32u)

Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee - 5.34 (5.28u)

Matthew Paradis, Boise State - 5.34 (5.25u)

Brandon Linder, Miami - 5.35 (5.22u)

Morgan Moses, Virginia - 5.35 (5.19u)

Matt Armstrong, Grand Valley State - 5.36 (5.35u)

Cyril Richardson, Baylor - 5.36 (5.34u)

Matt Feiler, Bloomsburg - 5.37 (5.44u)

Jack Mewhort, Ohio St. - 5.37 (5.19u)

Dakota Dozier, Furman - 5.42 (5.28u)

David Yankey, Stanford - 5.48

Chris Watt, Notre Dame - 5.50 (5.50u)

Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State - 5.51 (5.43u)

Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama - 5.59 (5.53u)

James Hurst, North Carolina - Did Not Run

Tyler Larsen, Utah State - Did Not Run

Charles Leno Jr., Boise State - Did Not Run

Corey Linsley, Ohio St. - Did Not Run

Spencer Long, Nebraska - Did Not Run

Luke Lucas, Kansas St. - Did Not Run

Zack Martin, Notre Dame - Did Not Run

Marcus Martin, USC - Did Not Run

Anthony Steen, Alabama - Did Not Run

Bryan Stork, Florida State - Did Not Run

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