INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Valley News Live) -- Former North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick participated in on-field drills at the NFL Scouting Combine Saturday.
Stick was part of the second group of quarterbacks to take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in front of NFL scouts, coaches, and general managers.
Stick ran a 4.63 second 40-yard dash finishing third among all quarterbacks participating in drills. Stick was just .06 off the mark set by Penn State's Trace McSorely.
He was first among the quarterbacks in the 20-yard shuttle with a time of 4.05 seconds and in the 3-cone drill with a 6.65. His 3-cone drill time is the second best mark by a quarterback since 2006 and just one-tenth of a second slower than the record held by Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch set in 2014.
Stick tied for third in the vertical leap registering a jump of 33.5 inches and was third in the broad jump with a jump of 9 feet 10 inches.
Stick will return to Fargo to join the rest of the 2018 National Championship team as they head to Washington, D.C. to be honored at the White House.
The next public workout for Stick will be during NDSU's Pro Day March 28 in Fargo.