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Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd
He tested well across the board. His blend of size (6'3", 220 lbs) and speed (4.47 in the 40) is very impressive. He had to face some difficult media questions regarding his past but came through that fairly well.
With Justin Blackmon electing not to participate, much of the spotlight fell on Floyd and he did not disappoint. He has solidified his status as the second-best receiver in this class and could hear his name called in the top half of the first round.
He stole the show in Indianapolis. His performance was as impressive as any other athlete at the combine regardless of position. He tied for the fastest time among receivers with 4.36 in the 40 and posted an electric time 1.20 in the 10-yard split, showcasing his explosion.
Hill’s combination of elite physical skills and terrific size (6'4", 215 lbs) poses a dilemma for scouts when they are determining a grade for Hill because of his limited production in college. He had only 28 catches in Georgia Tech’s run orientated offense this season.
He looks to have secured himself a spot at the top of the second round.
He is one of the more underrated prospects in the draft. He helped himself at the combine by running a 4.41 in the 40. He had excellent production this season for Wake Forest, catching 83 passes for 1,330 yards and nine touchdowns.
He is not the biggest receiver in the draft at 5'11", 198 lbs, but should have ensured he hears his name called on Day 2 of the draft with this performance.
He is not far behind Stephen Hill in terms of having a very impressive size-to-speed ratio. He ran a 4.40 in the 40 after measuring in at 6'5", 219 lbs. He is a very raw player who may have been best served by spending another year in the college ranks.
However his rare physical skills should prompt some team to take a chance on him in the third round. The tools are there for him to develop into a very good player down the line.
He surprised onlookers with a 4.61 time in the 40. This was a lot slower than expected based on his film. He was pegged as one of the top deep threats in the wide receiver class so this time will be concerning for scouts.
He is not a very big receiver (5'10", 192 lbs) so his lack of elite speed could cause him to fall in the first round. He will hope to run faster at his pro day.
He answered concerns about his weight by measuring in at 6'3" 216 lbs. However he did nothing to alleviate similar concerns about his speed by electing not to run the 40-yard dash.
He will need to run well at his pro day if he is to have any shot of being a first-round pick in the draft.