It isn't really surprising that Te'o wouldn't run a fast time. It's regarded as an acceptable clocking.
Meanwhile, Georgia inside linebacker Alec Ogletree, who faces character questions after a recent driving under the influence arrest and after serving a four-game suspension for a failed drug test last season, ran a 4.62 twice.
Te'o, who has been the subject of scrutiny after it was revealed that he had been duped by Ronaiah Tuiasosopo into a phony Internet relationship with a fabricated woman named Lennay Kekua, conducted a 15-minute news conference Saturday to address questions about the episode.
Now, NFL teams are going to weigh Te'o's game tape -- including his struggles in the Fighting Irish's blowout loss to Alabama -- and lack of ideal athleticism with how he handles the interview process in meetings with teams.