The Dallas Cowboys are still scouting prospects at the NFL combine, judging how their perceived stock might influence where the 'Boys can draft players they covet. The combine is interesting in that teams shouldn't necessarily root for players on whom they're bullish to "light it up."
No matter what NFL teams say, they care about the combine and measurables. When players dominate at the combine, it shoots them up boards. For that reason, it's often difficult to find value on players who are workout warriors.
If the Cowboys were really high on a player like Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans, for example, it's a bad thing that he had a really good combine showing. There's now little chance that Evans drops to Dallas in the first round, so despite the combine "proving" Evans' athleticism, it theoretically hurt the Cowboys if he is one of their targets.
With that said, let's take a look at some players whose stock is either up or down following the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine.