Now that the NFL combine has reached its conclusion, NFL teams can take their notes and use them to reevaluate the players who did not perform up (or down) to expectations, causing a shuffle in the draft boards.
The tricky part is not to overreact to a single workout that consisted of a fair share of exercises that will never be performed on a football field. Combine results should be a way to cross-check observations from tape study—if a player looks fast on tape, he should run fast (and vice versa).
If the results from the combine do not collaborate with how the player performs on tape, revisiting a player's on-field evaluation may become necessary. From there, a team can decide if they had overrated or underrated a player in their initial evaluation.
Here is a combine stock report for some of the players the New York Jets would be most interested in.
All combine results are courtesy of NFL.com.