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Tracking 2016 NFL Combine results for every Ole Miss player

Six former Rebels, including Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche are working out in Indy. We've got final results from each drill, videos, news updates and more.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Most of the drama surrounding the Ole Miss delegation at this weekend's NFL Combine has focused on what's happened off the turf of Lucas Oil Stadium, not on it. There were some pearl clutching over Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell's decisions not to run the 40-yard dash (how dare they spend a few more weeks preparing in order to put up better numbers at their pro day!). And then there was Robert Nkemdiche up and snitching on Tunsil for being in the Atlanta hotel room the night of Big Rob's literal fall from grace.

Believe it or not, however, there's actually stuff happening on the field! And not just with the three first-rounders. Don't forget that Fahn Cooper, C.J. Johnson and Cody Core, all of whom have far more at stake this weekend than their more ballyhooed teammates, are working out as well.

To help you keep up with everything that's going on, we threw together this results tracker. Up at the top is a table with numbers from each guy in each drill. Down below we're collecting stuff like videos, photos, expert analysis, etc.

(rank among rest of position group) | NP = non-participant | Click each drill for more info

40-yd dash Bench press Vertical jump Broad jump 3-cone drill 20-yd shuttle 60-yd shuttle
Laremy Tunsil NP NP -- NP NP NP --
Fahn Cooper 5.17 sec (12th) 19 reps (38th) -- 102.0 in (21st) 7.85 sec (20th) 4.89 sec (29th) --
Laquon Treadwell NP 12 reps (22nd) 33.0 in (30th) 117.0 in (27th) NP NP NP
Cody Core 4.47 sec (7th) 14 reps (14th) 31.5 in (34th) 119.0 in (25th) NP NP NP
Robert Nkemdiche 4.87 sec (17th) 28 reps (11th) 35.0 in (4th) 116.0 in (13th) NP NP --
C.J. Johnson 4.81 sec (21st) NP NP NP NP 4.52 sec (17th) --

As expected, Big Rob showed out

So yea, this dude is pretty damn fast for being almost 300 pounds.

Let's put that in perspective.

Here's his broad jump.

Laquon caught passes from Dak Prescott and Paxton Lynch

Well this is kinda neat.

Here are more highlights from Treadwell's day.

Cody Core's living up to his sleeper status

His measurables aren't blowing anyone away (though a 4.47 for a guy his size is great), but he's looked great running routes.

And look at him tearing up everyone's favorite Combine drill, The Gauntlet.

Oh and a certain NFL wideout was impressed by his 40.

Tunsil is an athletic freak of nature

Aside from the whole getting-throw-under-the-bus-by-his-teammate thing, Friday was a pretty impressive day for Tunsil. No, he didn't participate in the measurable drills, but he sure as hell showed out in the others.

How can someone that big move this quickly?

Here he is in the "mad dog" drill perfectly mirroring the spastic movements of another lineman.

And here he is on the other side of that drill showing off his quick feet.

That athleticism didn't go unnoticed by NFL scouts.

Not to be outdone, Fahn Cooper showed some pretty fluid athleticism as well.

We'll have more videos and updates from the other guys as it becomes available.