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2012 NFL Combine Results: Winners And Losers

Ohio State had four players at the 2012 NFL combine and none of them had particularly high class performances, but none of them were really expected to be world beaters in the first place.

Wide Receiver DeVier Posey got the biggest boost grade wise, earning a 76.5 score from NFL.com after his combine performance, tops among Ohio State players and 13th overall among wide receivers.

From a Cleveland Browns look at things, not much changed with Robert Griffin III having an absolutely sparkling performance to keep himself likely at the second overall position on most draft charts. It's still unclear if the Browns will be able to muster enough to take the pick from St. Louis, or if they even want to do so.

For more on the Ohio State Buckeyes, check out Along The Olentangy. For more on the Cleveland Browns, head to Dawgs By Nature. More on the NFL Combine and Draft can be found at the 2012 NFL Draft hub at SB Nation.

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