With the full list of 2019 NFL Draft prospects heading to the NFL Combine released, which players at each position should you be watching?
Later this month, prospects, scouts, general managers and coaches will head to Indianapolis for the 2019 NFL Combine. As players prepare, scouts get organized and team officials schedule meetings at St. Elmo’s Steakhouse, football fans everywhere will train their eyes to watch closely for 2019 NFL Draft prospects that pop off of the screen.
Last year, we saw current Seattle Seahawk Shaquem Griffin set Lucas Oil Stadium ablaze with his performance, while other names such as Byron Jones and John Ross have captivated the audience in years past. Who will be the star of the show this year?
There are a number of prospects hoping to see their stock rise by putting up eye-popping numbers at the underwear Olympics this year. With tests such as the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, 3-cone drill and bench press, in addition to individual interviews, NFL Draft hopefuls will be put through a week long gauntlet at the end of February and into early March as teams try to decide if they would be a good addition to their organization.
In today’s NFL there is a bigger importance placed on analytics and SPARQ scores, making the NFL Combine more significant than ever before. With 338 participants in this year’s event, it will be hard to keep an eye on all of the participants.
So, the purpose of this article is to provide three players at each position in order avoid the strain of locking your eyeballs onto every prospect at every second.