NFL Combine - Day 4: Fuller fastest in 40; Jones leaves early with injury

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Throughout the combine, theScore is bringing you all the results, reaction, and breaking stories as they happen.

What: 2016 NFL Scouting Combine
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
When: Feb. 24-29
TV: NFL Network
Streaming: Watch here


Day 4

Fuller blazes through 40-yard dash

Notre Dame's Will Fuller led all wide receivers in the 40-yard dash on Saturday, registering an impressive official time of 4.32 seconds.

Look at him go!

However, it appears that if you're looking for game-breaking speed in this draft, this class of wideouts might not be for you.

High-end athleticism is lacking among the quarterbacks, too. While former Louisiana Tech passer Jeff Driskel likely won't hear his name called until the middle of the draft, he came out on top during the 40-yard dash on Saturday.

Jones pulls up with injury during 40 run

One of this year's most intriguing quarterback prospects didn't have the opportunity to throw for scouts during Saturday's on-field drills.

Former Ohio State signal-caller Cardale Jones told Kimberly Jones of NFL Network that he was done for the day after pulling up with an apparent injury at the end of his second 40-yard dash.

Jones, who was demoted from his starting role in the middle of his junior season, will now be counting on a strong pro day performance to showcase his ability to NFL scouts.

Hackenberg struggles in passing drills

Inaccuracy was a problem for Penn State's Christian Hackenberg in college, and it reared its head again Saturday during passing drills.

Hackenberg was erratic, missing multiple passes that probably should've been easy completions, prompting some analysts to question whether inaccuracy will continue to be an issue for him in the NFL.

Treadwell, Coleman skip 40

Two of the top receiving prospects in the draft decided to skip the chance to show off their speed in the 40-yard dash.

Ole Miss' Laquon Treadwell, the top receiver on many analysts' boards, has suggested he wants to be timed only at his pro day, and Baylor's Corey Coleman is recovering from sports hernia surgery and isn't ready to turn in his fastest time.