With a record 98 underclassmen headed for the NFL draft, several positions are crowded, leaving players from the Big Ten Conference and across the country battling to keep their stock high.
Some of the Big Ten's top prospects, like Penn State's Allen Robinson, Ohio State's Carlos Hyde and Indiana's Cody Latimer, were able to show off their skills at the NFL combine.
However, all three were left with room to improve during their upcoming pro days.
Additionally, several top players, like Michigan State's Denicos Allen, were left out of the combine altogether.
We'll break down the situation facing those four former Big Ten stars, as well as a few others.