Though a small group, four Texas Longhorns will be looking to make major noise at this year's NFL Scouting Combine.
Leading the group is All-American Jackson Jeffcoat, who is looking to ride the wave of a transcendent senior campaign. Despite recording 17 sacks over his last 19 games, his performance in Indianapolis will make or break his draft stock.
Also coming off career-best seasons are kicker Anthony Fera and defensive tackle Chris Whaley.
Joining Jeffcoat as an All-American, Fera will try to show off his range and anchor himself atop the rankings at the position. Whaley, on the other hand, is simply looking to re-enter the discussion after tearing his ACL midway through 2013.
Rounding out the group is Mike Davis, a wideout that has already done himself some favors in other pre-draft events. But will his character and size ruin all the progress he has made?
As with the rest of his teammates, his stock can take a major swing with one big showing.
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