The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine—otherwise known as the league's annual dog and pony show—begins Saturday, Feb. 23 and runs through Tuesday, Feb. 26.
As you likely know, the combine will include a number of drills used to test the physical capabilities of college players eligible for the draft. In years past, NFL hopefuls have either improved or hurt their draft stocks as a result of their performance.
While a part of the draft process, the combine and its results can be somewhat overblown. Those with the best numbers and times don't always make the best NFL players. In fact, it's usually quite the opposite.
In the following slides, we unveil the all-time leaders for every scouting combine drill. We'll also outline how those players fared once in the NFL.
Note: As we will note in the slides, timed numbers are current back to 2006. The NFL's combine database only includes official numbers from 2006-2012. For a database that tracks as far back as 1999, consult here. However, those times should not be considered official.