After watching every minute of live coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine on the NFL Network this past week, it is time to transfer the 30 hours of live programming in to what transpired in Indianapolis.
Despite having anywhere from one-to-two months to prepare and, in some cases, almost a year, there were a startling number of athletes not able to participate in each activity or drill for their specific position group. Imagine going to a major job interview and begging to sit on the sideline for the last half of it? That was the reality of what occurred, so now it is back to the drawing board for each NFL team to tinker with their draft board according to their observations.
For the players, they now are aware of what their weaknesses were compared to their peers, so they have roughly four-to-six weeks before their pro day at each college to show that they have improved.
We are going to address the top 50 things that we learned over the experience known as the NFL Scouting Combine,