Greg Romeus decided to return to Pittsburgh for his senior season after just failing to reach a projected first-round grade in last year's NFL Draft.
The return was one later filled with regret.
Romeus suffered injuries to his lower back and ACL, causing him to miss the majority of the season. He also dealt with personal issues that kept him off the field for a game.
This has caused Romeus's stock to drop from the top of the second round to roughly the fourth round.
Romeus fits the build of a prototypical rush end in the NFL and his height and weight will be the first thing noticed by scouts.
Romeus is quick on his feet, and should be able to perform better in the 40-yard dash and cone drills than some of the higher-rated defensive ends like J.J. Watt, Ryan Kerrigan and Cameron Heyward.
His speed also contributes to his above-average ability to play coverage as a defensive end. This may catch some scouts off guard, opening up the possibility to play in a 3-4.
Romeus won't likely crack the first round, but with a good performance during the combine, he could move his way back up the charts quite a bit.