It's important to remember that the NFL Scouting Combine is only one part of the draft process. You can debate all day about how large a part it is or should be, but it still does a lot to shed light on a very complex and important segment on the annual NFL calendar.
Inevitably, 10 to 15 players see their stock rise each year in Indianapolis, while usually about the same amount are victims of the opposite effect.
It doesn't mean you're golden, and it doesn't mean you're sunk. Pro days and private workouts can be land mines and/or safety nets, and the draft is still nine whole weeks away.
Still, here's a look at who helped themselves and who hurt themselves this week at Lucas Oil Stadium.
All combine results courtesy of NFL.com's results tracker.