When the NFL scouting combine continued Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, former Ohio State wide receivers put on a show ahead of the April 25-27 NFL draft.
OSU’s three products performed atop the position in the 40-yard dash and spilled the momentum into drills, pacing a versatile group.
Campbell (5-11 7/8, 205) stole the show, leaping out to an explosive start with measurements in the vertical (40 inches) and broad (11-3) jumps.
He carried his athleticism into the 40-yard dash, unofficially clocking tries of 4.32 seconds and 4.37 seconds before the NFL announced a 4.31-second official time.
Tied with Andy Isabella of Massachusetts, Campbell placed first among the wide receivers. Followed in the top 10, Dixon (5-10 3/8, 201) and McLaurin (6-0 1/8, 208) joined Campbell. McLaurin’s official time of 4.35 seconds finished fifth, while Dixon’s official time of 4.41 seconds notched eighth.
Campbell and Dixon participated in the first group of wide receivers, while McLaurin was among those in the second stint. Campbell, Dixon and McLaurin performed across an abundance of route-running drills embedded below.