The 2012 NFL Combine has definitely been an interesting experience not only for the players involved, but also for the fans watching at home.
For some prospects, such as Oklahoma tight end James Hanna, the Combine has been incredibly valuable to their draft stock. Sooner fans have to be happy seeing Hanna perform so well, but it also raises the question, "If the Sooners had a tight end that runs a 4.4 40-yard dash with good hands, why wasn't he used more in the passing game?"
It's possible that Hanna just wasn't as explosive on the field with pads as he is without pads at the Combine, which only raises more questions about the importance of the Combine in the first place.
Regardless of its importance, the Combine has definitely proved to be an asset when determining how athletic and fast a player is. For this reason, all Sooner fans knew that linebacker/defensive end Ronnell Lewis was going to have a great workout, but how did the rest of the guys fare?
Here's a quick breakdown of the Sooners at the Combine.