As the days wind down to the 2014 NFL Draft, Rob Rang updates his two-round mock draft and says to expect lots of activity at a few talent-rich positions.
Every team in the NFL sent a representative to Knoxville on Wednesday to take in the Volunteers' Pro Day workout. The workout highlighted six potentially draftable prospects, four of whom played along Tennessee's offensive line.
There are some minor tweaks to the updated top-50 draft board, but nothing major and no changes in my top-10
Matt Patchan continued his strong 2014 NFL combine with a 33.5-inch vertical jump, leading all offensive linemen.
Oklahoma's Gabe Ikard completed the 3-cone drill in 7.30 seconds to lead all offensive linemen at the 2014 combine.
When the official times came in, Michigan's Taylor Lewan was credited with a 4.87 40-yard dash, the top time among offensive linemen at the 2014 combine.
Though they didn't lead their position group in the bench press, Tennessee's Antonio Richardson and Auburn's Greg Robinson could get the biggest boost from their efforts in Friday's workout. And Alabama's Cyrus Kouandjio -- who posted "just" 21 reps of 225 pounds -- won't see his stock drop due to the workout.
North Carolina's Russell Bodine led the way among offensive linemen with 42 reps on the 225-pound bench press at the 2014 combine.
Pre-combine, pro day and free agency mock drafts are dicey, but Blake Bortles makes sense at No. 1 over Johnny Manziel because Bill O'Brien is a pocket passer guy.
The Volunteers got the win but with arguably the most impressive half of football of his collegiate career, South Carolina's superstar reasserts himself as the country's elite defender.

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