I posted this on a couple of other threads, but what the heck. This will impact the draft: Georgia OLB Jarvis Jones completed an official forty time of 4.92 seconds during the school's pro day. Some will point to this time as a reason for Jones "falling", but we believe this speed shows up on tape. Jones wins with snap anticipation and a great motor to work around the edge, but we question if he might be limited to that role early in his career due to a lack of a counter move. Jones also completed 20 bench press reps and a 9 foot, 3 inch broad jump, which would've tied for the worst among Combine participants. There is some buzz that Jones tweak a hamstring on his first run, but he isn't the athlete some made him out to be. rotoworld.com is the source; just posted under NFL draft section; Seth Emerson on Twitter.