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Without NFL Combine, 2021 Is The Year To Build Draft Capital

The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on all sports, the NFL included. Games, and entire seasons, were cancelled or postponed. Earlier this week, it was announced that the NFL Combine would be 'reimagined' in 2021. In-person activities, such as the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, and positional drills, will now be conducted at each school's pro day, or at local combines. https://twitter.com/TomPelissero/status/1352787290087686144?s=20 Positional drills, as well as athletic testing, will now be conducted locally. Generally, testing numbers at pro days are a bit exaggerated. It still remains unclear how the NFL will regulate consistent testing, but one thing is clear, this is the...

Winners And Losers From The 2020 NFL Combine

With the 2020 NFL Combine officially concluded, it's time to take a look at several NFL Draft prospects that are leaving Indianapolis in a much different position that when they arrived, Winners and Losers.  As we get closer to the 2020 NFL Draft, our staff here will be releasing scouting reports and tracking the draft stock of all the prospects. Be sure to follow NFL Draft Lounge for more coverage on the 2020 NFL Draft. As always, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.   Winners Mekhi Becton, OL, Louisville Friday saw Mekhi Becton earning his money, posting a 5.10 40-yard dash...

2020 NFL Combine: O-Line Stealing the Show

The 40-yard dash is perhaps the marquee even at the NFL Combine. While most people come to see the speedy receivers and blazing defensive backs, occasionally, it's the big guys who surprise the most. Such was the case when offensive linemen Tristan Wirfs and Mekhi Becton showed out at at the 2020 NFL Combine.  Iowa offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs had a fantastic effort at the NFL Combine on Friday. The 320-pound possible Top-10 pick registered a vertical leap of 36.5 inches, which is the highest such jump by an o-lineman since 2006. His effort topped those of NFL standouts DeAndre Hopkins (36 inches), A.J....

NFL Combine 2020: Scouting Preview

With the football season over and the college all-star circuit complete, draft prospects as well as team personnel have turned their eyes to the NFL Combine. Many prospects will also host Pro Days, but the combine is the last large scale event of draft season.  The week-long showcase set to being on February 23rd stands as one of the final opportunities for prospects to improve their stock ahead of the draft itself. Hosted by the Indianapolis Colts on their home field at Lucas Oil Stadium, the combine will run until Monday March 2nd with over 300 players invited to participate.  NFL...

NFL Combine Releases List of Invites for 2020

Now that the Super Bowl has come and gone, and the college all-star circuit is complete, it's time to focus on the 2020 NFL Draft. One of the most integral parts of the draft process is the NFL Combine. The NFL Scouting Combine is a week-long showcase in February at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the home of the Indianapolis Colts. The Combine sees draft-eligible college players partake in a variety of tests in front of NFL coaches and GMs, and also scouts. Some of the NFL Combine tests include: the 40-yard dash, Bench press (225-lbs reps), vertical and broad jumps, as well as...

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2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Michigan EDGE Aidan Hutchinson

Last season, Aidan Hutchinson was predicted to have a breakout season in Michigan. However, following a fracture leg that...

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