The NFL combine is the finishing touch on a prospect's resume headed into the draft.
Throughout the years, we've seen some dazzling numbers at such events as the 40-yard dash, bench press and vertical leap.
Here's a look at NFL combine records that are in danger of being broken this weekend.
40-Yard Dash: Chris Johnson, 4.24, 2008
It's going to be hard to ever catch Chris Johnson, but players such as Jacoby Ford and Champ Bailey have come close throughout the years.
My leading candidate to break the record this year is Arkansas receiver Jarius Wright, who's been clocked running a 4.30 before. The kid's got a shot, and breaking the record would probably propel him up draft boards.
Vertical Leap: Gerald Sensabaugh, 46", 2005
According to TheSpread.com, prop odds have Justin Blackmon as the leading candidate to win the vertical leap.
Blackmon's only 6'1", but he's an extremely strong receiver, and he uses his strength to snag balls in the air. He's not the fastest receiver, but he makes up for it with his leaping ability downfield.
It's going to be tough to catch Sensabaugh, but Blackmon will certainly be ready as a potential Top-10 pick.
3-Cone Drill: Jeffrey Maehl, 6.42, 2011
Morris Claiborne is not only a dominant cover cornerback, he's been clocked at 4.45 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
But what makes him a favorite in the 3-Cone Drill is his fluidity and quickness. He changes direction on a dime, one of the reasons he's such a great cover corner, and he's gone up against some of the faster receivers in college.
I really like Claiborne's chances this year. His combine performance is only going to boost his draft stock.