The NFL Scouting Combine allowed teams an even closer look at the best collegiate players in the nation. The physical abilities of these top prospects are measured with standardized tests: running the 40-yard dash, benching 225 pounds, running a cone drill and conducting interviews, among other things.
The scouting combine can make or break a player's stock in the upcoming draft. A slower-than-expected 40 can cause a player to fall as many as two to three rounds.
The Philadelphia Eagles have the fourth overall pick, meaning they can have their pick of almost anyone. The team has been linked to the top offensive and defensive linemen available, as well as quarterback Geno Smith and cornerback Dee Milliner.
The following presentation breaks down the top players whom the Eagles could select with their first pick and whether the stock of these prospects rose or fell after their combine performances.
*All numbers are per NFL.com's results.