The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine has now come to a close, so it is time to reflect on everything that happened and continue refining player rankings for the 2014 NFL draft.
While the combine is good for getting an extra look at players, it has taken on way too much meaning in the general public. It is just one small part of evaluating a prospect, and no one drill or number should be given too much weight.
With that being said, there are still some valuable things to pull from the past few days. It'll also cause many people (myself included) to go back and look at the tape of some guys more closely or with a different perspective.
These rankings will continue to be fluid through pro days and right up until the draft, but they're getting closer and closer to the final product. I also included some position changes that I think will/should be made in the NFL, so don't freak out when you see a guy listed differently than he was in college.
Here are my post-combine NFL draft rankings for each position.