Marshon Lattimore won’t get to end his weekend with a bang.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the former Ohio State star will be sidelined for the rest of the day after suffering a hamstring injury.

Lattimore did record an official 40-yard dash time of 4.36 seconds, which was third among defensive backs and third among all B1G prospects in Indianapolis.

The former Buckeye star is rated by many as the top cornerback in the draft and as a likely top-10 pick.

Fortunately, the injury isn’t believed to be severe.

Lattimore was limited by multiple hamstring injuries at Ohio State in 2014 and 2015. The 2016 season was his first full season healthy, and it produced an All-American campaign.

He joined fellow Buckeye defensive back Malik Hooker on the pre-draft injury report. Hooker sat out the combine with a torn labrum and a sports hernia.

UPDATE: Apparently Schefter’s report was completely correct. Lattimore did suffer an injury, but it wasn’t his hamstring, according to his Twitter account.