Once again, teams diverge onto the city of Indianapolis and Lucas Oil Stadium for the NFL Combine, the next step in the NFL Draft process. Throughout the weeks teams will interview, measure, and scout a couple hundred prospects in this year’s draft. This draft already has factors that we haven't seen in previous years which has played perfectly to the way the game has evolved. There's a lot of uncertainty at the QB position, where in the NFL currently outside of the top 5-7 QBs, the rest you don't know what we're getting. But on the flip side, the RB position, which is once again coming back to relevance after 4-5 years ago where the game was primarily a "passing league", this year's draft offers one of the deepest RB classes in recent years. To go with that, the Pass Rushers and Secondary positions are among some of the best in recent years. The NFL has changed and once again we turn to Indianapolis to see what players from the next generation of stars is going to set themselves apart for this year's draft.
The Combine is again only another step on the road to the draft. After this we will have the College Pro Days followed by the Team Visits. This is when things are really going to escalate for players stocks. On top of that we will find out about players medical history, the infamous Wonderlic test, and lastly the “Idiot Test” where we find out if any prospect was dumb enough to have drugs in his system at the combine. Players are going to separate themselves at the Combine this weekend, teams are going to have a better idea what their boards are going to look like and start to close in on the prospects they will target in the NFL Draft.
With that said next week we finally unveil Mock Draft 1.0 and I strongly suggest you don’t miss it. We’re less than 2 months away from the NFL Draft and trust me the craziness is only getting started.