Scouts have spent all year creating player grades. Only in rare occasions do the results of Pro Day workouts actually impact a player's stock. So, we've boiled down this week's five biggest Pro Day storylines.
Ryan Shazier was not able to run at the 2014 NFL combine, and re-injured his hamstring at Ohio State's pro day, although he was clocked in an unofficial 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
The All-American running back was faster and more explosive in the vertical jump at his Pro Day Thursday. Was it enough to make scouts forget about a disappointing Combine?
The 2014 NFL combine concluded Tuesday. Looking for a broader scope of the biggest stories from Indianapolis? Here are 10 takeaways you need to get caught up.
Jaw-dropping performances from quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers made Sunday's workouts the most memorable day thus far at the 2014 NFL combine.
Dri Archer blew away the competition with a 4.26 40-yard dash at the 2014 NFL combine, a full 0.15 faster than any other running back in Indianapolis.
Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey will not return next season, as he's chosen to enter the NFL Draft.
Powerful sophomore RB Jeremy Hill, a 1,400-yard rusher in 11 games in 2013, announced he is entering the NFL draft, going against previous indications that he'd be back in Baton Rouge.
In what may be his final collegiate game, the sophomore running back showed off the exciting traits that could earn him a very high selection in the 2014 NFL draft.
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