NFL Draft prospects are in full swing at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
The Combine is considered to be the preeminent showcase of athleticism for college football's elite. Scouts saw them during the season, but this is one more chance for players to raise their draft stock as they continue their pre-Draft workouts.
However, not everyone at the Combine participates, and the ones that do participate don't always shine when doing so. The battery of tests includes cone, shuttle and sprint drills to measure speed and agility while vertical and broad jumps measure, well, a player's jumping ability. Quarterbacks also go through a throwing regimen if they choose to.
With two days left at the NFL Combine, here are six players whose performances have likely moved their draft stock one way or the other.