2010 NFL Combine Stock Up, Stock Down: Wide Receivers

March 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every year, it's up to countless scouts and regional beat writers to come up with an extensive list of pros and cons for each player at the combine and, at times, it can be a little painstaking. Each player has a specific strength and weakness that stands apart from the rest. 
This year's class of wide outs doesn't have a solidified order just yet, but the top and bottom rung players are becoming a little more clear after a week in Indianapolis.
Here are a few receivers that looked great at the NFL Combine and some that still have work to do.
Players Whose Stock Went Up
1. Arrelious Benn (Illinois)
40-Yard Dash (4.48)  Bench Press (20)  Vertical Jump (37.0)  Broad Jump (9'10')
Benn really showed up at the Combine, posting the best numbers at the bench and running a decent 40-yard. There are still concerns about his natural athleticism; some don't consider him a finished product.
There is still ample time for Benn to show us more when Illin...

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