NFL Scouting Combine: CB winners, losers from Monday

Potential Packers pick Montez Sweat blows up Scouting Combine

Potential Packers pick Montez Sweat blows up Scouting Combine

Now the defensive lineman can add "record setter" to his resume with his incredible time in the 40-yard dash at the 2019 NFL Combine. He entered the day as a probable Day 2 pick and solidified his status, possibly as high as early the second round.

The 17 NFL Draft hopefuls at the quarterback position began the week with interviews and medical testing, followed by the all-important measurements in mid-week.

As we've discussed before, National Football League teams often use the interview portion of the scouting combine to ask prospects odd questions in hopes of drawing a reaction.

Lock also had a solid showing, notching a 4.12-second 20-yard shuttle (2nd among quarterbacks) and a 7.03-second 3-cone drill (3rd among quarterbacks) in addition to a 4.69-second 40-yard dash (4th among quarterbacks). At 5-foot-10 and an eighth of an inch, teams will feel much better about him than if he came in under 5-foot-10.

Jonathan Abram, Mississippi State: Did he sneak into the first round? He even earned a new nickname as Daniel Jeremiah called him a "human Batman suit".

Abram has some of the same qualities as Giants' three-time Pro Bowler Landon Collins, where he gives up something in coverage to be a box safety and a nickel linebacker.

His lower body explosiveness did not compare as well to the safeties in this year's draft and while Amadi is expected to play as a Nickel corner, his jump results were behind most of the cornerbacks as well.

Bosa, who is in the conversation to be the No. 1-overall pick and is a relentless pass rusher, ran the 40-yard dash in 4.79 seconds.

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