Metcalf Exhibits Impressive Showing at NFL Scouting Combine

Metcalf Exhibits Impressive Showing at NFL Scouting Combine

Metcalf Exhibits Impressive Showing at NFL Scouting Combine

His size was considered a negative coming into the draft process, with some analysts wondering whether he'd be big enough to play defensive end at the next level.

So would Los Angeles actually pull the trigger down the road, and trade up to land Sweat if he ended up being the player they preferred to go with in the first round? It is not likely to happen, but that does not mean we can't talk about the performance Williams turned in on Sunday.

Sweat, who measures 6-foot-6 and 260 pounds, recorded the fastest 40-yard dash time of any defensive lineman in Combine history. Lawson completed in the drill in 4.43 seconds. Worse yet, two of the most commonly mocked players to the Ravens, wide receiver D.K. Metcalf and edge rusher Montez Sweat, have perhaps played and performed themselves out of consideration for pick 22. Burns also had a solid showing during drill work, which he put on full display with this outstanding catch.

Both Metcalf and Sweat will walk away from the combine as huge winners, but will leave the Baltimore Ravens as losers. That is, if you consider Josh Allen as a defensive lineman.

Metcalf's vertical jump was 40'5.

Bush and White are battling to be the first linebacker selected, and they waged a terrific battle in Indy. He ran a 4.43 in 2006.

Campbell's top time was unofficially one-hundredth of a second faster than his former teammate, Browns cornerback Denzel Ward, who was last year's top sprinter among defensive backs at 4.32 seconds.

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