As individual school's hold their pro day for NFL scouts, the draft picture is beginning to clear up.
The Indianapolis Colts will still take Andrew Luck No. 1 overall and the Washington Redskins will take RG3, after moving up in the draft. Dontari Poe has greatly improved his draft position after a strong combine and pro day.
Some players have helped themselves at their pro day like Stanford tight end, Coby Fleener, who improved upon his 40-yard-dash time compared to the NFL combine. Also, Kirk Cousins has improved his draft stock by showing off his arm during Michigan State's pro day.
However, there are some people whose stock has taken a deeper dive because of their pro day. Whether it is because of things they said or their performances.
Here are five players who saw their NFL draft stock decline because of their pro day.