The final day of the NFL combine is always the most eye-opening. This year was no different. We saw a record-breaking broad jump from Connecticut corner Byron Jones and a blistering 40 time from Michigan State’s Trae Waynes. From an athletic perspective, the defensive back group simply stands out from the rest.
Though this year’s corner class doesn’t feature a clear blue-chip talent, teams picking in the later part of Round 1 and early in Round 2 certainly have plenty to choose from.
Let’s take a look at whose stock is up and whose stock is down after the final day of the NFL combine.