NFL Combine 2010 Results: Sunday’s Winners and Losers

February 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After what may be the best "fan" day for the Combine, there were many, many guys who moved up and down both my board and probably scouts' boards.
We'll take a look at the top guys at each position who really improved their stock dramatically (as many as two rounds in one case), and some guys who began a free fall that scouts didn't expect.
Biggest Stars

Quarterback – Jarrett Brown, West Virginia

For a quarterback like Jarrett Brown, the Combine definitely played to his strengths. 

Whether they learned their lesson from JaMarcus Russell or not, when a strong armed quarterback displays good athletic ability along with the rocket launcher he has for an arm, teams are intrigued.

Brown posted the best time for a quarterback by far in the forty, running it in 4.54, showing he can make plays outside the pocket. But, more impressively, he showed great arm strength as well as accuracy in the throwing drills. 

He’s viewed as a...

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