Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa is still one of the most popular projections to the Ravens at pick No. 6, in part because he didn't put up stellar numbers at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Bosa improved on those numbers at his pro day Friday, however, leaving questions as to whether he'll slide in to the Ravens' range.
All 32 clubs were reportedly in attendance for Ohio State's pro day considering they have a handful of prospects that could be drafted in the first round.
Bosa ran the 40-yard dash in 4.86 seconds at the combine, leaving questions about his overall athleticism, but clocked in faster during his pro day, according to NFL Network's Albert Breer. Bosa also improved on the bench press.
Bosa's younger brother, an incoming freshman at Ohio State, wore Tennessee Titans gear at the workout. The Titans have the No. 1-overall pick.
"He kinda wanted to make a statement. I have no idea. It's pretty funny though," Bosa told NFL Media's Albert Breer.
"I knew that I didn’t perform as well as I wanted in Indy. I'm in a much more comfortable situation being back at Ohio State and I knew I was going to do better."