Every NFL prospect hopes to be among the list of prospects invited to Indianapolis for the annual combine held in February. None of them, however, want to be among the players invited back in early April for the medical recheck. Who is heading back to Indianapolis this year?
The Steelers may have to turn back to the draft for help after the latest suspension of enigmatic wide receiver Martavis Bryant. That shouldn't be a problem for GM Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin, who have an impressive track record of finding receivers in the middle rounds. Here are five pass-catchers with the mitts to fit in Pitt.
Sure, you could spend the better part of the next week watching every measured test at the 2016 NFL Combine (or better yet, just check out the results as they happen on CBS' Combine Tracker). Or, you read about the winners of each event before they happen with these Bold Predictions.
Tests like the 40-yard dash and three-cone drill help connect quantitative data to NFL prospects with certain agility drills more important than others, depending on the player. Every Combine participant has something to gain or lose by how they run, jump and perform, but especially these 12 prospects.