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2018 Combine Workout Warriors: Offensive Line

View images from the first day of player workouts Friday at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.

The big men were on the move Friday at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.

Top offensive line prospects participated in timing and testing drills at Lucas Oil Stadium as scouts and coaches observed in person.

After tackles, guards and centers participated in the bench press on Thursday to showcase strength, they shifting to drills that are designed to measure speed and agility. 

Here were the top performers for offensive linemen at the combine:

40-yard dash

Combine position record: Terron Armstead (T), Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 4.71 seconds in 2013

  1. Brian O'Neill, T, Pittsburgh, 4.80 seconds
  1. Desmond Harrison, T, West Georgia, 4.90 seconds
  1. Kolton Miller, T, UCLA, 4.91 seconds
  1. Joseph Notebook, T, TCU, 4.96 seconds
  1. Connor Williams, T, Texas, 5.06 seconds

Bench press (225 pounds)

Combine position record: Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 45 reps in 2013

  1. Will Hernandez, G, Texas-El Paso, 37 reps

T2. Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame, 35 reps

T2. Braden Smith, G, Auburn, 35 reps

  1. Colby Gossett, G, Appalachian State, 32 reps
  1. Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech, 30

Broad jump

Combine position record: Lane Johnson (T), Oklahoma, 9 feet, 10 inches in 2013

  1. Kolton Miller, T, UCLA, 10 feet, 1 inch
  1. Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech, 9-6

T3. Brandon Parker, T, North Carolina A&T, 9-5

T3. Braden Smith, G, Auburn, 9-5

  1. Connor Williams, T, Texas, 9-4

Vertical jump

Combine position record: Travis Bright (OL), BYU, 35.5 in 2009

1. Connor Williams, T, Texas, 34 inches

T2. Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA 33.5 inches

T2. Braden Smith, G, Auburn, 33.5 inches

T4. Kolton Miller, T, UCLA, 31.5 inches

T4. Will Richardson, T, N.C. State, 31.5 inches

3-cone drill

Combine position record: Lydon Murtha (T), Nebraska, 7.06 seconds in 2009

  1. Brian O'Neill, T, Pittsburgh, 7.14 seconds
  1. James Daniels, C, 7.29 seconds
  1. Kolton Miller, T, UCLA, 7.34 seconds
  1. Greg Senat, T, Wagner, 7.41 seconds
  1. Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech, 7.45 seconds

20-yard shuttle

Combine position record: Jason Kelce (OL), Cincinnati, 4.14 seconds in 2011

*Will be updated when this year's final results are available. *

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