NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney continues his position series by breaking down the simmering argument: Goff or Wentz? After the top two, there is no quarterback worth selling the farm to acquire in the 2016 draft.
By now you've heard about all of the top prospects at talent hotbeds like Alabama and Ohio State, but what about the lesser-known prospects who will surprise in the NFL? We take a position-by-position look at sleepers, including players who weren't even invited to the combine but could surprise if given a chance.
Taking medicals and interviews into consideration along with the measured athletic tests and position drills, we break down the list of prospects who truly helped (or hurt) their draft stock at the 2016 NFL Combine.
California's Jared Goff narrows the gap with North Dakota State's Carson Wentz. The former Golden Bears QB dazzles during the first throwing session at the combine. More on the specifics of Goff's workout as well as some of 'other' quarterbacks (and receivers) who made impressions, for better or worse.
You've heard of Carson Wentz and Joey Bosa, Jared Goff and Derrick Henry. Here are 25 things to know about the 2016 NFL Combine.
Breaking down the NFL Draft Combine list by school.
The former Oregon quarterback was the easy choice for MVP honors, tossing three touchdowns - including a record 93-yarder - to guide the West to a 29-9 win. Illinois wide receiver Geronimo Allison and Stony Brook edge rusher Victor Ochi were other big winners Saturday.
The Miami Beach Bowl produced another shootout this year, as the Hilltoppers came out on top against South Florida.

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