NFL Combine: Winners and losers among potential Giants targets

  • NFL Combine: Winners and losers among potential Giants targets

NFL Combine: Winners and losers among potential Giants targets

As far as the top talent goes, Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, a favorite of the commenters both on our website and's Facebook page, seems to have a commanding lead. Off-the-field issues aside, Callaway displayed next-level receiver skills during his Combine workout.

DeLuca's workout was a mixed bag. And it finished even stronger with a 4.32 40-yard dash, 1.47 10-yad split, 39-inch vertical and 11-foot-4 broad jump.

Wade was five pounds heavier than his measurement at the Senior Bowl and wasn't exceptional with speed (4.57 in the 40 and 4.40 in the 20-yard shuttle) or power (15 reps in the bench press).

The NFL Scouting Combine is an important annual event for teams around the league to evaluate NFL Draft prospects. "I am forever grateful for that, and can't wait to see what the future holds".

He has fans of many teams clamoring for him, even almost two months before the Browns will be on the clock.

Broad jump: Running back Bo Scarbrough (Northridge, Alabama), 129 inches; running back Kerryon Johnson (Madison Academy, Auburn), 126; defensive back Tony Brown (Alabama), 125. "That raw athletic ability, has that improved since he's been getting ready for the Combine?"

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And what was his response? "You can always continue to flawless your craft".

During the week, some wondered if a position change might be better off for him, going from quarterback to wide receiver - something many players have done before in the past. Darnold also has a knack for making big plays down field in the passing game. Eastern Washington and eight tackles in an upset win at Iowa. With that comes a much higher first-round grade.

Now, it's just the waiting game to see if he gets a call. "It was a lot of adversity". Chubb really helped himself with his performance. Ward is believed to be one of the fastest players at the combine, but he followed suit when asked for his his 40-yard dash predictions.

"Physical, instinctual player", DeLuca said in describing his style. A little over a month later, the NFL Draft begins.

"I think he's an instinctive player", Rang said.

Receiver Braxton Berrios is considered to have "NFL backup or special teams" potential. When you're talking North Dakota State, you're talking guys like Carson Wentz and Joe Haeg and some of the guys that have been so productive in the past.

Moving past the top two selections, a strong linebacker and defensive line class makes it hard to predict who will be taken in the top-10.