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By Mike Wilkening

— Texas CBs Aaron Ross and Tarell Brown are projected first-day draft picks. Ross has a slight leg up on Brown, but Brown is a player to watch. Brown played with a break in his foot between his toes as a senior, an injury that didn't receive much attention.

"Having a broken toe, it's hard to come out of your plant," Ross said of his teammate, whom he says is healthy and will participate in drills at the Combine.  

— N.C. State CB A.J. Davis had a great quote about the oddest psychological-test question he's been asked at the Combine. Here it was, according to Davis: " 'If you had to come back as an animal, what would you be?' I was like, 'I don't want to come back as an animal — I want to come back as a human being!' "

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