Every year, the NFL Combine is an opportunity for soon-to-be-drafted players to improve their draft stock.
While some players seize the opportunity that the combine presents, some falter and get drafted lower than they were originally presumed. A bad combine can cost a prospect millions of dollars. A 40-yard dash time can be the main factor as to why someone went in the second round, or the fourth round.
This year's NFL draft will have a record 65 underclassmen. That means there are a lot of players that NFL scouts aren't completely familiar with. This combine will be their biggest opportunity to show NFL teams that they can be productive NFL players.
Here is a list of seven players who can raise or cement their draft stock if they have a strong combine: