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LSU tight end Foster Moreau scores after the catch as LSU wide receiver Derrick Dillon signals touchdown during LSU's football game against Rice on Nov. 17.

Foster Moreau likely turned a few heads at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis on Saturday morning, running a 4.66 in the 40-yard dash.

The time landed Moreau fifth among all tight ends at the combine, and he later recorded the fastest short-shuttle time in 4.11 seconds.

His 36½-inch vertical jump tied for third among tight ends, tying San Diego State's Kahale Warring.

Moreau’s stock has risen after his senior season at LSU. He did 22 bench press reps at the combine to show his strength in addition to his size (6-4, 253).

At the Senior Bowl, he was named one of a few outstanding players that week in Mobile, Alabama.

His 22 catches, 272 yards and two touchdowns in 2018 fall short of the numbers by tight ends atop multiple media draft boards, such as Iowa's T.J. Hockenson (49 catches, 766 yards, six touchdowns) and Alabama's Irv Smith (44 catches, 710 yards, seven touchdowns).

Moreau, who prepped at Jesuit High in New Orleans, is viewed as a late-round draft selection by most draft analysts, though his combine results — with more workouts still to come — could boost projections.