Representatives from 28 NFL teams saw Sooners' top-rated prospect -- wideout Jalen Saunders -- post shockingly slow times in shuttle drills during Wednesday's Pro Day. On a more positive note, former teammates Trey Millard and Aaron Colvin appear well on their way to recovering from major knee surgery.
Dri Archer blew away the competition with a 4.26 40-yard dash at the 2014 NFL combine, a full 0.15 faster than any other running back in Indianapolis.
Lache Seastrunk added a 41.5-inch vertical to his running back-best vertical jump from earlier in the day at the 2014 NFL combine.
Lache Seastrunk is fast. That much we knew. But the Baylor running back's 134-inch broad jump at the 2014 NFL combine speaks to tremendous overall athleticism.
Jerick McKinnon lifted the 225-pound bench press 32 times to lead all running backs at the 2014 combine, while Oregon's DeAnthony Thomas managed just 8 reps.
Oklahoma won on Saturday but it lost an important part of its offense in the process.
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