Weight: 237 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.36 (unofficial)
Bench press: 25 reps
Ryan Shazier's draft stock has skyrocketed in recent weeks, and he has his eye-opening performance from Ohio State's pro day to thank for that. While Shazier wasn't officially timed at the NFL combine for the 40 due to a tweaked hamstring, he was clocked with an unofficial 4.36 at his pro day. This would make him the fastest linebacker in the draft, and it would group him with the fastest running backs and wide receivers. On top of his blazing 40 time, he also had an absurd 42-inch vertical with nearly an 11-foot broad jump. It's clear that Shazier is one of the most explosive defensive players in the draft, but he's more than just some freak athlete. Shazier can do it all: he can penetrate into the backfield to tackle ball carriers behind the line and pressure the quarterback, he's excellent in coverage, and he's a tackling machine. You'll be able to fly all over the field with Shazier, and it should be easy to both produce big numbers and develop him.