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2015 NFL Combine results: 40-yard dash times for offensive linemen

The big offensive linemen ran the 40-yard dash on Friday at the NFL Combine.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The 40-yard dash draws more attention than any other workout or drill at the NFL Scouting Combine, regardless of what position happens to be taking part. For offensive linemen, the most important drills are those which measure explosiveness of the lower body and strength in general -- the position-specific drills and bench press always get plenty of attention.

But people still sure do love it when offensive linemen get out there and run the 40-yard dash. While the offensive linemen are typically the slowest of the positions at the combine and it's easy to make fun when watching them run, they'll still obliterate the average joe when it comes to the drill.

Agility and strength are much more important than speed, but that didn't stop most of the top offensive line prospects from running it this year. The slowest player was Brett Boyko of UNCL, who ran a 5.60, while the fasted player was Ali Marpet, who dipped just below five seconds at 4.98 seconds. Top prospects like Brandon Scherff and T.J. Clemmings managed it in 5.05 and 5.14 seconds, respectively. Both of those times are on the high end.

Below, we've got the full 40-yard dash results for offensive linemen:

Name School Height Weight 40 time
Al Bond Memphis 6'4 303 5.57
Brett Boyko UNLV 6'7 301 5.60
Jamon Brown Louisville 6'4 323
Trenton Brown Florida 6'8 355 5.29
A.J. Cann South Carolina 6'3 313
T.J. Clemmings Pittsburgh 6'5 309 5.14
Takoby Cofield Duke 6'4 310 5.19
La'El Collins LSU 6'4 305 5.12
Rob Crisp North Carolina St. 6'7 301 5.26
Reese Dismukes Auburn 6'3 296 5.31
Andrew Donnal Iowa 6'6 313 5.31
Jamil Douglas Arizona State 6'4 304 5.25
Cameron Erving Florida State 6'5 313 5.15
Tayo Fabuluje TCU 6'6 353 5.55
Jon Feliciano Miami (FL) 6'4 323 5.33
B.J. Finney Kansas State 6'4 318 5.25
Jake Fisher Oregon 6'6 306 5.01
Ereck Flowers Miami (FL) 6'6 329 5.31
Andy Gallik Boston College 6'2 306 5.50
Max Garcia Florida 6'4 309
Laurence Gibson Virginia Tech 6'6 305 5.04
Mark Glowinski West Virginia 6'4 307 5.20
Hronnis Grasu Oregon 6'3 297
Chaz Green Florida 6'5 314 5.16
Chad Hamilton Coastal Carolina 6'2 292
Jarvis Harrison Texas A&M

6'4

330 5.19
Bobby Hart Florida State 6'5 329
Rob Havenstein Wisconsin 6'7 321 5.46
Sean Hickey Syracuse 6'5 309
D.J. Humphries Florida 6'5 307 5.12
Tre' Jackson Florida State 6'4 330 5.52
Arie Kouandjio Alabama 6'5 310
Greg Mancz Toledo 6'4 301
Ali Marpet Hobart College 6'4 307 4.98
Josue Matias Florida State 6'5 309 5.52
Darrian Miller Kentucky 6'5 307 5.51
John Miller Louisville 6'2 303 5.33
Mitch Morse Missouri 6'5 305 5.14
Robert Myers Tennessee State 6'5 326 5.44
Cedric Ogbuehi Texas A&M 6'5 306
Andrus Peat Stanford 6'7 313 5.18
Terry Poole San Diego State 6'5 307 5.09
Jeremiah Poutasi Utah 6'5 335 5.32
Corey Robinson South Carolina 6'7 324
Ty Sambrailo Colorado State 6'6 311 5.36
Brandon Scherff Iowa 6'5 319 5.05
Adam Shead Oklahoma 6'4 338 5.74
Austin Shepherd Alabama 6'4 315 5.39
Donovan Smith Penn State 6'6 338 5.27
Tyrus Thompson Oklahoma 6'5 324
Laken Tomlinson Duke 6'3 323 5.33
Daryl Williams Oklahoma 6'5 327 5.34