This article is one of a 32-part series in which the goal is to identify one relatively unheralded player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft who appears to be an especially good schematic fit with his new NFL team.
The Florida State receiver reportedly shunned an NFL coach who'd traveled to work him, claiming that he was tired. The unwillingness to participate could be seen as a significant red-flag and reason enough for a number of other pass-catchers in a highly competitive receiver class to leap ahead of the former Seminole.
Representatives of all 32 NFL teams were on hand to see quarterback Zach Mettenberger and the rest of the LSU Tigers at their Pro Day. The 6-4, 229 pound quarterback impressed with his quick recovery and velocity but he was far from the only headliner on Wednesday.
With double-digit workouts each day, it can be tough to properly track each prospect. So, we whittled down this week's results to provide you the top-five story-lines that every NFL Draft fan needs to know. Jadeveon Clowney may have been the biggest story, but he's far from the only one.
The Hurricanes' talented right tackle may rank among the more physically gifted blockers in the 2014 draft but with yet another demonstration of unreliability, NFL teams may find it difficult to trust him.
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.
Representatives from approximately two-thirds of the NFL visited Seattle Wednesday despite the Huskies' top two prospects largely sitting out the Pro Day. Star running back Bishop Sankey provided some early fireworks but the big show was put on by quarterback Keith Price and receiver Keith Smith.