Five Players who stood out at the 2019 NFL Combine

Kyler Murray skipped out on events during the NFL Combine, but teams are still interested in him. [Image Credit] HolaKyle - YouTube
Kyler Murray skipped out on events during the NFL Combine, but teams are still interested in him. [Image Credit] HolaKyle - YouTube

The 2019 NFL Combine has come and gone, but several NFL hopefuls stood out from the rest.

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The NFL Combine has come and gone, and now we can look at who were showstoppers in Indianapolis. The invite-only event was attended by every head coach and general manager, plus other front office executives. It's a place where teams decide who they will draft and who they will pass on.

1

Kyler Murray - Oklahoma

Kyler Murray has become the talk of the town, after finally deciding to play pro football and passing on a baseball career with the Oakland Athletics. Murray ended up not doing a single drill or test, but his stock has definitely skyrocketed. Teams were concerned that he was too small to play quarterback, weighing 200 pounds and being 5-foot-9. Murray is expected to become the shortest quarterback taken in the first round since 2003. Murray will next compete in events at the Oklahoma pro-day.

2

D.K. Metcalf - Ole Miss

While his college season was cut short by injuries, he still managed to blow the roof off at the NFL combine. Metcalf measured in at 6-foot-3 and 228 pounds. He left his mark as the number one wide receiver. His performances show that he has the speed and strength to become a top receiver.

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