In addition to former tailback Mike Weber displaying his blazing speed in the 40-yard dash, two of his lead blockers, Isaiah Prince and Michael Jordan, underwent combine testing themselves.
Prince, who measured at 6-6 1/2 and 305 pounds, ran a 40-yard dash at 5.09 seconds, ranking No. 11 among offensive linemen.
The All-Big Ten first-teamer leaped 27 inches in the vertical leap.
Prince, an offensive tackle, completed 23 reps in the bench press, which is impressive given his arm length of 35 1/2 inches, which represents the third-longest among offensive line prospects.
Jordan, who measured at 6-5 7/8 and 312 pounds, ran a 5.27-second 40-yard dash.
Like Prince, Jordan also has extremely long arms, measuring at 34 1/4 inches. The long-limbed converted center put up 19 reps in the bench press, which was the fourth-lowest total among offensive linemen.
Jordan displayed his athleticism in the vertical jump, leaping 32 1/2 inches, which marked the fifth-highest bound by an offensive lineman.
Jordan and Prince both excelled in the broad jump, taking the No. 3 and 4 spots. Jordan jumped 116 inches (9′ 8″) and Prince leaped 115 inches (9′ 7″), just behind the top broad jump of 118 inches (9′ 10″) by Andre Dillard of Washington State.
The duo did not fare as well in the three-cone drill or the 20-yard shuttle. Jordan clocked in at 7.71 seconds in the three-cone drill, and Prince registered 7.90 seconds.
Jordan completed the 20-yard shuttle in 4.71 seconds, while Prince turned in the fourth-slowest time of 5.02 seconds.
BSB will continue to track the results of former Ohio State players participating in the NFL scouting combine as they occur.