Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulele (above)i, one of the top draft prospects, wasn't allowed to work out after a heart condition was discovered at the combine. Lotulelei will return to Salt Lake City to undergo more tests. The 6-foot-2, 311-pounder's left ventricle isn't operating at full capacity, according to Lotulelei's agent. Meanwhile, NFL teams are seeking more information about Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones' neck. Jones didn't work out at the combine, but did undergo medical testing. Oregon pass rusher Dion Jordan ran a 4.53 in the 40-yard dash. However, Jordan is about to undergo shoulder surgery to repair his labrum and is slated to miss the next three to four months recovering.
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