The combine has come to a close and many things have changed in regards to draft stock. Players will have stock that will change daily but this ranking will stay forever. They will have made the all combine team. None of these guys have played a down in the NFL yet but if the game was played in Under Armour shirts,they would be pretty good. Here is my 2008 All Combine team.
QB: Josh Johnson San Diego: Impressed scouts with 4.4 speed and surprising arm strength.
RB: Chris Johnson East Carolina: After a combine best 4.24 forty,people aren’t taking him as lightly anymore.
RB: Darren McFadden Arkansas: It’s hard to believe but McFadden’s stock went up at the combine.
WR: Dexter Jackson Appalachian State: Put up a 4.37 in the forty and keeps impressing scouts with his good hands.
WR: William Franklin Missouri: Showed everything that an NFL team looks for in a receiver measuring in at 6’4 214 pounds along with running a 4.37 forty.
TE: Dustin Keller Purdue:Impressed scouts with a 4.5 forty which was best for tight ends. He also showed good hands in the passing drills.
T: Jake Long Michigan: Scouts were very impressed when Long weighed in at 6’7 313 pounds. He also moved well in drills.
G: Branden Albert Virginia: Impressed with scouts with mobility and great size.
C: Mike Pollak Arizona State: Did well in drills along with running a 5.02 forty. The fastest of all centers.
G: Chilo Rachal USC: Impressed scouts with size and the way he moved in drills.
T: Oniel Cousins UTEP: Is a developmental pick as of now but showed scouts that he could become a solid pro.
DE: Chris Long DE Virginia: Long did very well in the drills and ran a impressive 4.7 forty.
DT: Kentwan Balmer North Carolina: Showed great size and moved well.
DT: Sedrick Ellis USC: Performed well in drills and Glenn Dorsey not participating made it seem that much better.
DE: Vernon Gholston Ohio State: Gholston showed that he is a freakish athlete after running a 4.6 forty and being among the leaders at the bench press.
LB: Shawn Crable Michigan: Showed good size and ran a impressive 4.6 forty.
LB: Jerod Mayo Tennessee: Had one of the best forty times of any linebacker and did well in the drills.
LB: Jonathan Goff Vanderbilt: Goff showed great speed running a 4.6 forty along with being one of the leaders at his position in the bench press.
CB: Dominique Rodgers Cromartie Tennessee State: His stock is going up by the minute after doing well in drills and running a 4.33 forty.
CB: Mike Jenkins USF: One of the only things scouts were wondering is how he would run. A 4.38 forty should keep his draft stock high.
S: Josh Barrett Arizona State: Impressed with a 4.35 forty and did well in the drills.
S: DaJuan Morgan S NC State: Morgan did well in the bench press along with the drills.