It's time for the NFL Scouting Combine, with over 300 NFL Draft prospects converging on Indianapolis, Indiana over the next few days in an effort to better their draft stock before May's selection process. Over their time at Lucas Oil Stadium, the players will be measured, tested, and drilled. Every mistake will be over-analyzed and every good day will rocket a prospect up draft boards.
Before we get to all the changes, however, I wanted to slide in one last pre-Combine NFL Mock Draft:
|There is some talk as of late that the Browns could look to take Jadeveon Clowney here, simply because he remains the best player on the board. I just cannot see them passing on Manziel.
|The Ravens need to find offensive weaponry for Joe Flacco, especially after trading Anquan Boldin last year. At this point, Benjamin gets the nod over Odell Beckham because of the size advantage Benjamin brings to the game. At 6'5", Benjamin should be able to go up and get just about anything Flacco throws his way.
|The Jets need to improve their offense, and they start with bringing in the top tight end in the Draft. Amaro gives Geno Smith a seam stretching big target in the middle, and could wind up being the Jets leading receiver.
|Once again, the depth of offensive linemen in the Draft benefits a late first round team perfectly. In this case, the Saints need to upgrade the tackle position, and Richardson does exactly that.
|Seattle's defense carried them to a Super Bowl championship this year. Now, they start adding to the offense to become more potent next season. That starts with ASJ, who cracks into the first round as the third tight end off the board. The 2013 Doak Walker award winner should become a force on offense for Seattle.