Former Buckeyes Starting To Shine

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Published: March 13, 2009

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... former Buckeyes felt as if they had not performed to their best. Jenkins had a slow 40 time, pushing him to the saftey position in many people's minds, Laurinaitis dropped on the linebacker "big board" after running a 4.8, and Beanie lost ground with a 4.59.

Maybe the only Buckeyes who had a strong performance were Brian Robiskie and Brian Hartline. Yesterday, though, at Ohio State's pro day in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, a few of the Buckeyes showed that the Indy combine was a fluke.

First, Wells, who apparently ate his Fruity Pebbles, was clocked in the 4.39 to 4.41 range in the 40-yard dash. At his size and with his power, showing this speed no doubt impressed the scouts who were watching. This is what he had to say when interviewed by the Columbus Dispatch:

"I knew I was faster than what I ran at the combin...

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