Former Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory will almost certainly be top-10 selection in the 2015 NFL Draft. But he's No. 1 in the world when it comes to separating a tackling dummy's head from the rest of his body.
Virtually every team in the league was represented at the two workouts, which featured a trio of All-SEC defenders in the Razorbacks' Trey Flowers and Bulldogs' Preston Smith and Benardrick McKinney. The workout from a relatively unheralded skill-position player, however, could ultimately have the biggest impact on draft rankings.
When breaking down running back prospects, evaluators examine several traits, most notably athleticism, power and vision. But one skill that can be overlooked is ball security and overall dependability toting the rock
With most of Auburn's notable prospects resting on their NFL Combine numbers, running back Corey Grant, who didn't receive an invitation to Indianapolis, auditioned well Tuesday at the Tigers' on-campus pro day.
Jameis Winston will spend three days with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who invited the projected No. 1 overall pick to meet with ownership and management. It's a sink-or-swim proposition for Winston, who'll have to ace this test to earn what he said he covets most -- to be the face of the franchise.