2010 NFL Combine: Losers

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Yesterday, we detailed the “winners” of the NFL Combine .  Today, we analyze those players who may have substantially hurt their draft stock.
Ole Miss RB/WR Dexter McCluster
We think McCluster’s poor performance at the Combine is a bit over-hyped. Yes, he ran a 4.58-40, but he showed explosion with a 37.5 inch vertical. In addition, McCulster also proved he has been working out, posting an incredible 20 bench press reps while weighing just 165 pounds. McCluster certainly plays faster than he timed, so we think he will bring excellent value to any team that selects him.
Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour
With so many quarterbacks not working out at the Combine, LeFevour had a shot to move up boards. He likely would have been the best signal-caller participating in drills; Instead, he chose to only work out at his Pro Day, displaying a lack of competitiveness which will hurt his draft stock.
Kansas WR Dezmon Briscoe
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