Orlando Brown (Tackle), Oklahoma– Once arguably the best tackle in the draft. After the historically bad combine showing (Bench Press- 14 Reps and 40-Yard Dash- 5.85) his draft stock may be in a free fall.
Billy Price (Center), Ohio State– Considered the best center in the draft, Price suffered an injury during the bench press portion of testing. According to Albert Breer, it could lead to an extended recovery.
Tough blow for a great player. Depending on the severity of the injury, he could fall to Day 2.
Ronald Jones, USC– The combine injuries continued. Jones, considered a 1st-2nd round prospect, ran a 4.65 40 time. During the dash, you can see him pull up with an injury half way through. The injury is not serious but he did have to sit out the rest of the drills.
He could have solidified himself as a first-round guy, but the injury did not allow it. He won’t fall in the draft unless the injury continues to linger.
Bo Scarborough, Alabama– The big bruising back will be compared to Derrick Henry based on size and the fact that they attended the same school, but that should be it. Henry was a smoother runner and showed the ability to run low.
Scarborough demonstrated an inability to get low. Throughout the drills he repeatedly ran high which gives defenders a bunch of area to hit. Only getting 14 reps in the bench will also hurt the big back. Both negatives secured his spot as a Day 3 pick.
If a team takes him, his primary use will be short yardage until he develops down the line.