With the combine done, we’ve got an infinitesimal moment of quiet before the big pro days start and we’re scrambling to follow who did what, when and to whom on an hourly basis.
We’re left with two choices to kill time. First, we can read articles desperately trying to go against the grain by saying that somehow Jeff Fisher not wanting to throw the baby out with the bathwater by jettisoning Sam Bradford means Robert Griffin III isn’t any good.
We all kill time in our own way, I guess.
Another option is to take a look at where there might have been some movement at the top of the various position groups post-combine.
I chose the second road, and that has made all the difference.
To go the extra mile, I included what I call “up-and-comers” for all the positions—guys who did well enough in the combine to make a move up the rankings. They aren’t top picks, and they may not all go on the first two days.
But they moved the needle, and that’s worth noting.
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