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Scouts impressed with moves, hands in workout

Maurice Clarett's workout was impressive enough that scouts project him as a solid first-day draft pick.

Updated: April 6, 2004, 8:28 AM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- On a day when it might have been easier to tunnel into Fort Knox than to have gained access to the school's football complex, Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett likely earned himself a bit more gold in the 2004 NFL draft, turning in a credible performance in his first full-scale audition for scouts.

The workout, in front of dozens of curious talent evaluators, was more solid than it was scintillating. It did, however, go a long way toward answering lingering questions ...

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