Many rated Teddy Bridgewater No. 1 last year. Now he's No. 1 in Round 2 as the Texans get Jadeveon Clowney and their QB in this two-rounder.
Representatives from 28 NFL teams saw Sooners' top-rated prospect -- wideout Jalen Saunders -- post shockingly slow times in shuttle drills during Wednesday's Pro Day. On a more positive note, former teammates Trey Millard and Aaron Colvin appear well on their way to recovering from major knee surgery.
Some scouts believe that the change-of-direction skills measured in the 3-cone make it the Combine's most important athletic test. A couple of small-schoolers "starred" while two of the most well-known pass rushers in the draft struggled in this event.
Baylor's Tevin Reese posted a 41-inch vertical jump to lead all wide receivers at the 2014 NFL combine.
When the "official" times were posted, Oregon State's Brandin Cooks was credited as the fastest wide receiver at the 2014 NFL combine with a 4.33.
Cody Latimer impressed NFL scouts by lifting the 225-pound bench press 23 times at the 2014 combine. Jared Abbrederis? A wide receiver-low four.
Rutgers wide receiver Brandon Coleman will leave Rutgers after completing his junior season in the Pinstripe Bowl against Notre Dame.
Need help with which offense to start this week? Chris Bennett breaks down the best options for tean units for Week 6.
Who should you target this week to put you over the top? Mario Puig breaks down the best options by conference in his look at the waiver wire.
Jeremy Fowler says that despite all its success last season, Charlie Strong says Louisville still has room to improve in the American Athletic Conference preview.

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