Will workouts overshadow production?
Ohio State's Chris Gamble is among a group of players fighting to overcome less-than-impressive workouts.
Editor's Note: ESPN.com draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. examines a group of prospects who are falling down the draft board and the reasons why. (prospects listed alphabetically)
Do workout numbers matter more than on-field production? Terrell Suggs was a great player for Arizona State in 2002, piling up an NCAA-record 24 sacks, but a subpar workout dropped him from elite status to No. 10 overall, where the Baltimore Ravens picked him and eventually ended up with the Defensive Rookie of the Year.
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