Former Virginia Tech star Tremaine Edmunds top-5 player after National Football League combine

  • Former Virginia Tech star Tremaine Edmunds top-5 player after National Football League combine

Former Virginia Tech star Tremaine Edmunds top-5 player after National Football League combine

Eisen came in at 5.97 seconds, the second time in the 13 times he's run the 40 at the combine that he came in under 6 seconds. He was followed by three defensive backs in Alabama's Tony Brown and Penn State's Troy Apke at 4.35, and a 4.36 by Alabama's Anthony Averett.

The Washington Redskins are one team in need of some improvements via the draft. Josh Jackson and Denzel Ward alone offer top-10 talent.

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Delaney (4.82) helped his stock by running a 4.46 in the 40, a respectable time among defensive backs.

NFL.com believes kicker Michael Badgley has a "better-than-average chance to make an NFL roster", while offensive guards Kc McDermott and Trevor Darling (not invited to the combine) and cornerback Dee Delaney are viewed as players who "should be in an NFL training camp".

The fastest 40 time at this year's combine so far is the 4.34 turned in by LSU wide receiver D.J. Chark. There are some fast prospects in this group, but it will be just more than speed.

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"I'm going to get out of the bed, and I'm going to be ready to run and go beat it", Jackson said during a Sunday news conference at the combine.