Jordan Addison had an early finish at the NFL Combine on Saturday. The USC wide receiver shut down on-field activity due to a back strain.

League insider Ian Rapoport relayed the news on NFL Network.

“He ran his 40,” Rapoport said on TV. “Ran fine, was going through drills fine, but he’s been dealing with a little bit of a back strain, that’s my understanding, kind of coming into this process, has been fighting through it, but pulled himself out of drills just so he didn’t injure himself any further. He’s done for the day, going to pick up all these drills at USC Pro Day on March 21st.”

What happens to Addison’s NFL Draft stock?

This certainly wasn’t the kind of day Addison wanted. There was notable negative reaction to his initial 40-yard dash time of 4.55. Addison got more positive reviews on the 4.49 time his posted in his second run.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t just the 40 time. Addison’s measurables on the field underwhelmed.

Addison isn’t the first prospect that has made teams weigh Combine numbers against highlights on film. Rapoport noted that Addison was seen as potentially the top receiver off the board. If teams were high on Addison going into Saturday, they should remember nothing has changed about his ability to play the wide receiver position.

This puts some pressure on Addison’s Pro Day performance. A strong Pro Day performance could go a long way in reassuring teams that he is worthy of an early pick.