When you think of pass-rushers out of Texas A&M, you think Von Miller, the Super Bowl dominance, and the record-setting contract.
In the video, Marrucci asked Trubisky to remember a play he designed, and then he wanted the lifelong Browns fan to draw the play on the board. It turns out that was no joke.
In the documented history of the NFL Combine, Garrett is taller and heavier (by 20 pounds) than most defensive ends. Ogunjobi probably will be a late Day 2 or Day 3 pick that winds up earning playing time early in his career.
For good measure, he also did 33 repetitions of 225 pounds in the bench-press portion of the combine, the second-best mark among defensive linemen.
Garrett seems earmarked for Cleveland as the first overall pick in the draft. "His 4.52 40 time (with a 1.59 split) blew away most of the field, and he dropped an 11' 1" broad jump and 36.5 vertical.
After Garrett's 40, NFL.com's Gil Brandt noted one scout in attendance said "we can all go home now".
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Sports' Tom Pelissero fills you in on how the top quarterback prospects fared during Day 4 of the NFL Scouting Combine. "I have to keep on rising". The 6-5, 262-pound edge rusher has always been in the running to go to the Cleveland Browns with the number-one overall pick, and so far, he's receiving rave reviews.
All four combine participants for the University of IL had their workouts scheduled Sunday. He might get pass rush work, but he will not be a defensive end in the NFL. It shows I can do multiple things. Some might put on enough weight, but I figure it's easiest just to go with 250 for comparison in this case. "When (coach) Lovie (Smith) came, I just took advantage of the opportunity". He tied for 14th in both events.
Garrett's workout Sunday was sensational.
Garrett measured in at 6-foot-4 and 272 pounds, a prototypical physical specimen.
Interestingly, linebacker Connor Harris of Lindenwood University posted similar numbers to the Illini's Nickerson.
The cherry on top was Garrett pumping out 33 reps on the bench press despite outlandishly long 351/4 inch arms, ideal for wrangling quarterbacks to the ground.