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11 a.m. Update

This year’s measurements are completed. Here’s how former Hawkeyes Geno Stone and Michael Ojemudia sized up this morning, per Yahoo Sports reporter Charles Robinson.

Stone: Height: 5-10 3/8, Weight: 207, Hand: 9 1/8, Arm: 29 2/8, Wingspan: 71

Ojemudia: Height: 6-0 5/8, Weight: 200, Hand: 8 7/8, Arm: 32 2/8, Wingspan: 77 6/8

Stone’s attributes, specifically his lack of length, could be a big concern for NFL teams. For reference, Desmond King’s arms measured 31 1/8, while Amani Hooker’s were 30 1/8.

It’s not a complete deal breaker in terms of being drafted, but unless Stone tests other worldly here in Indianapolis, I wouldn’t expect him to selected until the 5th or 6th round in April.

Live reports coming later on Local 4 News at 5 and 6 p.m., with full coverage of A.J. Epenesa’s media session. Join me.

9 a.m. Update

It comes as no surprise, but A.J. Epenesa was impressive in his media session. He was always one of the more thoughtful quotes over the past three years at Iowa.

He said he talked to his mom at 12:45 a.m. last night. He didn’t say what they discussed, but I assume it wasn’t playing in a 3-4 versus 4-3 in the NFL.

Epenesa also said former Hawkeye Anthony Nelson told him to bring snacks for the combine. It sounds like he did, although A.J. said he has been hungry a lot of the time he’s been in Indy.

We will get measurements later this morning for Geno Stone and Michael Ojemudia. I’m interested to see Ojemudia’s arm length, as his long frame is one of his best attributes.

On-field workouts begin today at 3 p.m. over at Lucas Oil Stadium. Nate Stanley and the rest of the quarterbacks will be under the magnifying glass.

Tristan Wirfs hits the bench press this afternoon too.

Over/Under on his 225-pound reps? I’ll put it at 33.

7:30 a.m. Update

We’re back for another round of NFL Scouting Combine coverage in Indianapolis.

A.J. Epenesa starts off our Thursday, meeting with the media at 8 a.m. CT.

This after a heavy dose of Hawkeyes on the first two days, with Nate Stanley and Tristan Wirfs in the spotlight.

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