NFL Combine: 'Open Thread'

Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

If you are watching the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, join in on this 'Open Thread' to post your comments on all the drills and tests of potential Ravens draft picks.

The Baltimore Ravens will be watching the first round unfold in front of them come late April and many of the guys we are seeing on TV in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine will be long gone unless the team trades up to grab one.

However, the Ravens have always found a way to either get a top 15 talent late in the first round or trade away their picks for more and then find a first round talent in round two.

Today, players are running the 40-yard dash, being put through agility drills and seeing how many times they can put up the 225-pound bar in the bench press.

Alex Ogletree, an outside LB from Georgia, who has been linked to the Ravens in many mock drafts, only got 20 reps in the bench press, while his teammate, ILB Cornelius Washington, put up an amazing number for a LB, 36 reps.

On the other hand, Ogletree's 4.70 40-yard dash time was faster than other top LB's, such as LSU's Kevin Minter (4.81and Notre Dame's Manti T'eo (4.82). However, once again, Georgia's Cornelius Washington impressed, running the fastest of the position at 4.55 seconds.

Join in the conversation and follow the results at NFL.com.

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