With the 2014 NFL Combine officially concluded, it's time to look back at the weekend in review. The biggest offseason gathering of NFL scouts, executives and coaches along with draftniks and player agents, the combine is useful for a number of different things.
Player stock will be affected in numerous ways at the combine, and although we don't have access to the most valuable part of the combine, the team interviews, we can assess the effect that performance in combine drills may affect certain players' draft stock.
For this particular piece, "Stock Up" could apply for a player who may have moved out of the Colts' reach with their second-round pick, or it could simply point to a player who should be on the Colts' radar. "Stock Down" could apply to a player who may slip down to the Colts' second-round pick, or a player who could simply be had later in the draft.