Antonio Freeman didn't record as impressive a 40-time as he would have liked last weekend, but his mark stood as the best among the 65 participants in the second annual Midwest Sports Combine.
Freeman's 40-time was recorded as a 4.52, and the rest of the defensive back recruit's marks were listed as the following (all results according to Combine Director Bob Kieckbusch):
Bench: 15 (155)
The second fastest 40-time was recorded by Luxemburg-Casco running back Rob Balza (4.60), while Holmen's Adam Schmitt ran a 4.65 and Kevin Rondo, a defensive back from Columbus, Oh., ran a 4.67.
The 5-11, 180-pound Balza recorded the fastest shuttle time with a 4.20. He also tied Neenah running back Alex Little for the fastest 3-Cone Drill with a 7.10.
The top vertical leap (37) belonged to Greendale wide receiver Ryan Perez, with Aaron Lopez, a running back from Wisconsin Lutheran, in second (36).
Nick Meidl, a 5-5, 191-pound running back from Jefferson, was the strongest athlete in the combine by a substantial margin. He recorded 27 reps of 185 pounds.
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