NFL Combine 2013: Small-School Prospects Who Must Deliver in Indianapolis

February 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Have you ever heard of Arkansas Pine-Bluff football before? Well, after the 2013 NFL combine, you will have.
Small-school offensive lineman Terron Armstead turned heads with his record-setting 40-yard dash time on Saturday.
The 306-pound mauler recorded an official 4.71 seconds in the event (h/t NFL.com), adding to an already impressive offseason resume that included standout performances at both the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl.
Running fast in Indianapolis is just one of several ways to convince teams of your worth when auditioning for the sport’s biggest stage. Armstead capitalized, though, and will likely see himself selected on the second day of April’s draft.
What other small-school players are in Indy that must make big statements like he did? We’ll take a look at a couple below.
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