Former Oregon State running back Ryan Nall had a solid all-around day Friday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis.
Nall ran the 40-yard dash in 4.58 seconds, which ranked him 14th among all running backs.
There was talk of Nall (6-foot-2, 240 pounds) playing at H-back or possibly having other position fits at the NFL level, but his numbers should keep him in the mix at running back.
He was second in the 60-yard shuttle in 11.57, although the group taking part in the drill was relatively small.
Nall tied for third with former UO player Royce Freeman with a time of 4.16 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle. To put that in perspective, Saquon Barkley ran a 4.24. The former Penn State standout is ranked as the No. 1 running back prospect.
Nall tied for fifth in the broad jump with a leap of 10 feet, two inches and was sixth in the three-cone drill in 6.95 seconds.
Nall decided to forego his senior season with the Beavers and go into the NFL draft.
He finished his OSU career with 2,216 yards rushing with 24 touchdowns. He also had 56 catches for 563 yards with four touchdowns.