NFL Combine 2013: Offensive Playmakers Who Improved Draft Stock

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NFL Combine 2013: Offensive Playmakers Who Improved Draft Stock
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Oregon's Kenjon Barner made a nice impression at the NFL combine.

Offensive prospects that stand out at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine significantly bolster their draft stock, primarily because pro football is an offensively oriented league.

So, gathering the best and most electric talent during the process only enhances a college star's marketability. Oregon's Kenjon Barner is just one we'll check out ahead.

Given that the running back position isn't overloaded with top-heavy talent, those who impress will garner additional interest. Well, Barner did just that this past weekend, along with some other underrated prospects.

 

Note: All combine numbers courtesy of NFL.com.

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