NFL Scouting Combine: CB winners, losers from Monday

NFL Scouting Combine: CB winners, losers from Monday

NFL Scouting Combine: CB winners, losers from Monday

On Sunday, Sweat ran a record-setting time of 4.41 seconds (for defensive linemen) in the 40-yard dash in front of National Football League coaches, general managers, and scouts.

The wide receivers as a whole, impressed during the NFL Combine.

Woods ran a 4.29-second 40-yard dash on Monday, topping Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean, who ran a 4.30 earlier in the day, for the best time in the event.

Here are the post-combine mock drafts for the Giants, who hold 10 picks beginning with the sixth overall selection.

On Saturday, D.K. Metcalf stunned scouts and onlookers with blazing speed at a frame of 6-foot-3 and 228 pounds and a body fat percentage of 1.6, running an insane time of 4.33. Bosa completed the 40 in 4.79 seconds and did 29 reps on the bench press.

THE LOSERS - At least four players couldn't finish their workouts because of injuries, including potential first-round pick Jachai Polite from Florida. (4.43), Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (4.47), Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown (4.57) and Houston Texans edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney (4.53). Polite stopped after hurting his hamstring and will have to try and rebuild his stock before the draft. Zedrick Woods, the standout Rebels defensive back, just ran the fastest 40-yard dash, not just for his position group, but for the entire combine in Indianapolis. And Lawrence acknowledges the surprise results of his previous test have made him wary.

"He was like, 'You have a soft chest, ' and I was like 'OK, ' and we just kept it going", Davis said, USA Today reported.

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