Former BYU outside linebacker Alani Fua completed his workouts Sunday at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Fua took advantage of his opportunity at the Combine with some strong performances.
The NFL Combine ends today at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with the defensive backs finishing their multi-day scrutiny by NFL executives, coaches, scouts and doctors from all 32 NFL teams.
Fua, a 6-foot-5, 238-pound native of San Fernando Valley, California, registered top-4 times among linebackers in three different on-field workouts to show his quickness and agility.
He completed the three-cone drill in 6.83 seconds for the No. 3 time among linebakers and the No. 10 overall time recorded at the Combine of all position groups except the defensive backs, who will be conducting that workout later today.
Fua tied for fourth among linebackers in the 20-yard shuttle with a 4.15 time and placed No. 4 in the 60-yard shuttle with time of 11.54.
In his other workouts, Fua had a vertical leap at 34.5 inches (tie 17th), a 4.73 time in the 40-yard dash (18th), a 118.0-inch broad jump (19th) and 18 repetitions in the bench press (30th).
Fua also underwent position-specific drills and interviews with NFL teams as they assess top professional prospects in advance of the 2015 NFL Draft (April 30-May 2) and free agent signings in May.
Fans can go to NFL.com/combine
to view results, including breakdowns by positions, and read more about Fua
. More than 300 NFL prospects participated in this year's NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis from Feb. 17-23.
Scouts and representatives from NFL teams will come to Provo in March to work out Fua and other top NFL prospects from BYU at the annual BYU Pro Day, which takes place on March 27.