Evaluating college players has always been a crapshoot for NFL teams. To try to improve their chances of finding that diamond in the rough, teams often have turned to additional methods of evaluation, but that may actually be leading them to more questionable decisions.
In recent years, the NFL has assembled as many of the top players as they can
get at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Prospects are measured, timed
in the 40-yard dash, tested in strength drills and the vertical jump. ...
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