23 Feb 2015
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Clemson linebacker Vic Beasley and Southern California defensive lineman Leonard Williams came up big winners Sunday in Indianapolis. Florida State defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. was almost as good. On the third day of workouts at the annual NFL scouting combine, Beasley pulled off an impressive double - posting the fastest 40-yard dash time of the day at 4.53 seconds and sharing the title http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm of most bench press reps at 225 pounds with 35. Beasley did that despite weighing in at 246 pounds.
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Eli Harold ran a 4.53 with a 1.56 ten yard split on his second run. Thats the type of time I was expecting the type of time that can get him into the top-15. He is a perfect LEO prospect for a team like Atlanta. Avril and Irvin ran in the low 4.5s and had explosive ten yard splits.
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He's unlikely to be there when the Dallas Cowboys pick at No. 27, but he makes a lot of sense for the Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 22. Here's a look at how the rest of the top edge rushers, interior defensive linemen and linebackers fared on Sunday (note, Missouri's Shane Ray didn't work out due to an injury): To read Todd McShay's full recap of Sunday's workouts at the NFL combine, you must be an ESPN Insider.