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Michigan State's Jeremy Langford was the surprise leader among the running backs at the 2015 NFL Combine with an unofficial 4.43 40-yard dash Saturday.
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Another Heisman-like effort from Todd Gurley wasn't enough for the Bulldogs to beat South Carolina in Columbus as the Gamecocks were powered by an offensive line full of NFL prospects and a breakout performance from tight end Rory Anderson, who could be leaping up draft boards after a career-high five receptions.
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In his first game at left tackle, Texas A&M senior Cedric Ogbuehi looked every bit the part of a projected top three pick. The shocker wasn't that the Aggies could replace Jake Matthews but how quickly sophomore Kenny Hill could make college football forget about Johnny Manziel.
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The news was good for playmaking wide receivers Cody Latimer and Mike Davis, each of whom was ran 4.4s after foot injuries forced them to the sidelines at the combine.
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Baylor's Tevin Reese posted a 41-inch vertical jump to lead all wide receivers at the 2014 NFL combine.
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When the "official" times were posted, Oregon State's Brandin Cooks was credited as the fastest wide receiver at the 2014 NFL combine with a 4.33.
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Cody Latimer impressed NFL scouts by lifting the 225-pound bench press 23 times at the 2014 combine. Jared Abbrederis? A wide receiver-low four.
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Most scouts leave after Wednesday's Senior Bowl practices, making them as important as any single day in a player's evaluation. Some players showed improvement (like Georgia Tech's Jeremiah Attaochu and San Jose State's David Fales), whereas others (like BYU's Kyle Van Noy) showed their polish.
 

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