Written by Joe Marino on February 22, 2015
Sunday’s NFL Scouting Combine events featured the defensive lineman and linebackers backs participating in on-field drills. Here at Draft Breakdown, we are making the results of the workouts and weigh-ins easy to track with our 2015 NFL Scouting Combine Results Tracker. Beyond the measurable aspects of the Combine, there were on-field drills that allow evaluators to examine the movement skills and athletic ability of the prospects. Below are some of my notes and takeaways from the day’s events. The defensive line is widely considered to be the strength of the 2015 NFL Draft Class and today further strengthened that argument.
- The best prospect that nobody is talking about is Washington State DL Xavier Cooper. Cooper had one of the best all-around days as he posted impressive workout numbers while looking explosive and light on his feet in drills. He displayed (read more…)