By MARCUS HARTMAN BuckeyeSports.com March 11, 2011
Finding an unhappy former Buckeye was no easy task when Ohio State held its annual Pro Day on March 11 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in Columbus.
All eight players who ran at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis two weeks earlier posted better times in Columbus, and everyone who stuck around for interviews when it was over said he felt at least satisfied with his performance.
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With representatives from 29 teams in attendance, the biggest gainer was the player for whom the 40 arguably is least important, but offensive lineman Justin Boren was feeling good just the same.