2010 NFL Combine Stock Up, Stock Down: Runningbacks

March 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the combine over and done with, it's time to take a second, and third, look at some of the prospects that scouts will have their eye on in April. This year's class of running backs is a little ambiguous, but the top recruits are starting to take shape before our very eyes.
The Combine is a good place to see the prospects out of their own comfort zone and away from familiarity. So, with that being said, here are a few players that did well in Indianapolis and a few that failed to impress.
For a look at the Quarterbacks, click here.
Players Whose Stock Went Up
1. Ben Tate (Auburn)
40-yard Dash (4.43)  Bench Press (26)  Vertical Jump (40.5)  3-Cone Drill (6.91)
Broad Jump (10'4")
Ben Tate really impressed at the Combine, running a third-best 40-yar dash and leading the pack in the bench press and vertical jump. His rare combination of elite upper and lower body strength was a refreshing sight to see.
Tate came out of Auburn without the amoun...

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