Given all of the attention paid to how quarterbacks perform during the throwing sessions, the rest of the positional drills may be the most overlooked portion of the annual NFL Combine. Who stood out this year among WRs? DBs? LBs?
Dee Ford was regarded as one of the top players at the Senior Bowl after his performance as a defensive end. He dropped 10 pounds for his Auburn Pro Day and at 6-3, 244, can be considered a candidate to be a 3-4 OLB.
Recapping the best, the worst and the predictable from Monday's defensive end and linebacker workouts at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine. Hint: There's a lot to like about the edge rushing prospects in this class.
Who is going to fun the fastest? What impact will skipping the Combine workouts have on Johnny Manziel? Who is going to challenge the famed Wonderlic test? Can Michael Sam re-focus attention back onto his athleticism? Who needs to impress most at the Combine?
From an NFL perspective, did the committees make the right choices? Which award winner will ultimately be selected first in 2014? Who will be selected last? Does Jameis Winston winning the Heisman bode well for his chances at the No. 1 overall pick next year?