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Penn Staters Take on the NFL Combine

Saturday marks the first day of on-field workouts at the NFL Combine. How are the Penn Staters there doing? Find out here.

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Five Penn State players are at the NFL combine this year, and while the interview portion can provide some insight into what type of players NFL GMs are getting, the on-field workouts can make a player's draft. All of the action is broadcast live on the NFL Network, or available online via NFL now.

Friday saw workouts for running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams; the weekend sees the Penn Staters hitting the field. Up first, on Saturday, are quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends. Sunday sees defensive linemen and linebackers, and Monday has defensive backs on the field.

Christian Hackenberg

6'4, 223 grade: 5.61

40 yard dash time: 4.79 seconds*

Vertical Jump: 31.0 inches*

Broad Jump: 114.0 inches*

3 Cone Drill: 7.04 seconds*

see O'Brien discuss Hack at the Combine media days here.

Austin Johnson

6'4, 314 grade: 5.98

40 yard dash time: 5.32 seconds

Bench press: 25 reps

Vertical Jump: 26.0 inches

Broad Jump: 99.0 inches

3 Cone Drill: 7.84 seconds

20 yard Shuttle: 4.75 seconds

Carl Nassib

6'7, 277 grade: 5.61

40 yard dash time: 4.84 seconds*

Bench press: 21 reps

Vertical Jump: 28.5 inches

Broad Jump: 114.0 inches

3 Cone Drill: 7.27 seconds*

20 yard Shuttle: 4.37 seconds*

Anthony Zettel

6'4, 277 grade: 5.32

40 yard dash time: 4.83 seconds*

Bench press: 28 reps*

Vertical Jump: 30.5 inches

Broad Jump: 109.0 inches

3 Cone Drill: 7.63 seconds

20 yard Shuttle: 4.39 seconds*

Jordan Lucas

6'0, 198 grade: 5.11

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Another story to watch this NFL Combine? Former PSUer Shawn Oakman. The lineman transferred to Baylor, blew up and is now entering the draft. But in the interviews, his time in Happy Valley and how he left dominated the questions the teams asked him.