Missouri RB Cody Schrader injures hamstring in 40-yard dash

INDIANAPOLIS -- Missouri running back Cody Schrader, a consensus All-America selection this past season, suffered a right hamstring injury during his on-field workout Saturday at the NFL's scouting combine.

Schrader, who finished with 1,627 yards rushing this past season to go along with 14 touchdowns, suffered the injury in his second 40-yard dash attempt at Lucas Oil Stadium. He had done the vertical jump earlier in the day (33 inches), but did not do the broad jump.

Schrader ran an official 4.61 in his first 40-yard dash attempt and pulled up limping slightly after his second attempt. He did not participate in the group's position drills.

Schrader, who is the 12th-ranked running back on ESPN analyst Matt Miller's draft board, was initially a walk-on for Missouri after his transfer from Truman State. He led the Southeastern Conference in rushing this past season with nine 100-yard games and two 200-yard games.

He scored rushing touchdowns in all but two of the Tigers' games this past season.