Death in the context of a prospect's draft stock is a term used liberally when considering every draft hopeful still has a chance or two to revive their flatlining heart and bring life once again to their career.
Besides, having your draft stock "killed," for whatever reason, can be a term relative to each prospect.
The higher a player is projected to be drafted the less it takes for that draft stock to be countered by disappointment, or in our case, killed.
This is a list of the prospects whose stock is obviously trending downward after the combine—so much so that you might have to put em' in a body bag!
Note: All the combine numbers were supplied via email in a PDF file. Most of the results can be found at NFL.com.