The NFL Scouting Combine is one of the biggest ways that prospects can improve their stock before the NFL Draft. Great workouts and interviews can vault players up the draft boards, and are often the difference between a player being a first- or second-round pick.
However, a bad workout can be even more damaging for a player. A slow 40-yard dash time or low reps on the bench can make teams second-guess their ranking of a player, and can be seen as red flags on draft day.
Here are the players who have seen their draft stock rise or fall the most after their combine workouts.