The NFL Scouting Combine has produced some spectacular athletic displays in its 32-year history, including impressive contributions from Adrian Peterson, David Pollack and Julio Jones.
The combine has catapulted players like Mike Mamula and Mike Mitchell from mid-to-low-round grades to the top two rounds. It has also held back top talents like Tom Brady from being selected higher due to poor showings in Indianapolis.
Going back to the first combine in 1982, there have been quite a few players who have stood out. But the best complete performances include entire workouts from the players and not just piecemeal workouts of just a 40-yard dash or a majority of the events completed outside of the shuttles.
The top 10 combine performances are ones that include every drill done in a way that shows tremendous athleticism for the player's position and either truly solidified them as a top draft pick or propelled them to one.
Note: All results for past combines were found in NFLDraftScout.com's archived pages for each player.