Christian Mccaffrey is one of the more confounding players in the NFL Draft. His college resume speaks for itself, but people still aren't entirely enamored with him. He needed to have a strong performance at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week to prove himself to league scouts. The former Stanford star got the job done on Friday.

Combine performance

McCaffrey was one of the major stars to take center stage on Friday at the combine. He didn't disappoint, with some scouts and executives claiming he was the best running back to participate.

He ran a 4.48 in the 40-yard dash, which ranked fourth among running backs, behind T.J. Logan, Joe Williams, and Tarik Cohen. His three-cone drill was even more impressive. His time of 6.57 was topped by only one person in the past 15 years.

He had a 37.5 inch vertical jump, which blew away the other top running back prospects at the combine. He even worked out at wide receiver and showed impressive skills if a position change is necessary at the next level, which it shouldn't be. Even though his name was spelled incorrectly on his workout jersey, McCaffrey rose above the fray while his counterparts plodded along during running back workouts.

Draft fits

With his performance at the combine, the draft stock of McCaffrey may rise to that of a first-rounder.

He would likely go in the middle or late part of the round. One team that could pick him is the Green Bay Packers. The team has been undergoing plenty of changes at the position and could use a consistent player to take pressure off quarterback Aaron Rodgers while serving as a receiving threat.

Another fit could be the Arizona Cardinals.

The passing weapons -- especially quarterback Carson Palmer -- showed their age this season. David Johnson is one of the most dangerous weapons out of the backfield in the NFL right now. That doesn't mean McCaffrey needs to replace him; it means the Cardinals should double down and make it even harder for defenses to plan on stopping one or the other.