Wide receivers on the rise after NFL Combine

Wide receivers on the rise after NFL Combine

Javier Howell
March 5, 2019

Unfortunately for the Chiefs, Sweat's rising stock and insane performance at the NFL Combine might elevate his stock a bit too far for the Chiefs to even trade up.

Josh Allen, a potential top 3 pick in the draft, turned in a 4.70 time in his first 40-yard dash run and followed that up with a more impressive 4.64 number.

From now until the end of April, Philadelphia will be keeping themselves busy evaluating all of the talent possible to put them in the best position possible to be in for another successful draft in Nashville.

Time for the defensive linemen to breathe a little easier. Not only did Sweat run the fastest time (4.41) that a defensive lineman has ever run at the combine, but he did it weighing in at 260 pounds.

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Woods claimed the title of fastest man at the combine with a 4.29 40-yard dash, and that alone earns a spot on this list.

Two other former Seminoles are participating at the Combine - defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas and wide receiver Nyqwan Murray. But, adding any of the three players above would certainly make the Broncos defensive line one of the most formidable groups in the NFL. The broad jump and cone drill numbers were middle of the pack among edge defenders, but the 20-yard shuttle was the second best time among all edge players behind only Chase Winovich (4.11) of MI.

"Metcalf had a vertical jump of 40.5", good for second best.

The Raiders have holes to fill on both sides of the football, but the defense will likely (and should) be a point of emphasis for Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock come draft night.