NFL scouts were eagerly anticipating Monday's combine workout, as the two stars of this year's draft class were set to take center stage.
During much of the 2009 college football season, Ndamukong Suh was the undisputed prize of the class. His size, explosiveness, attitude, and production, had scouts calling him the best DT-prospect since Warren Sapp.
But once the season ended, and NFL scouts began pouring over hours of game tape, the consensus slowly shifted to Oklahoma's Gerald McCoy as the cream of the draft crop.
With experts calling them prospects 1-A and 1-B, the margin between the two mammoth interior lineman has been minute. Did Monday's on-field workout help settle the debate of who the king of the 2010 NFL draft class is? Let's look at the tale of the tape...