The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine has officially wrapped up. It’s time to reflect on the performances we saw on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.
General manager John Elway, head coach John Fox and some others in the Broncos front office came to Indianapolis to find gems in this draft class. Armed with the 31st overall pick, the Broncos are looking for impact players who could help the team get back to the Super Bowl in 2014.
Players at the combine are tested in many different ways, both physical and mental. In this combine stock report, we will take a look at the results from the physical tests.
I was able to interview many players during the week of the combine, and I’ll include any insight gained from those interviews in this piece as well.
Some players may have increased their stock so much that they no longer become an option for the Broncos at their current pick. When I asked him about the team moving up in the draft, Elway told me at the combine, “We’ll look at all those possibilities as we get closer [to the draft].”
Other players may have hurt their stock with a poor performance at the combine. Teams may look at a player differently if he doesn’t put up numbers that showcase his natural talent.
Let’s take a look at the stock report for potential targets of the Broncos in the 2014 NFL draft.
Times and measurables provided by the NFL’s official combine website unless specified otherwise.