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Ole Miss' McCluster improves 40; Hardy faces character questions

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By Matt Feminis
  • For those who watched Mississippi's Dexter McCluster slice up SEC competition in the fall, his high-4.5s 40-yard dash times at last month's Combine were a bit surprising, but he ran better at the Rebels' recent pro day. Meanwhile, enigmatic DE Greg Hardy, who did not help himself with pedestrian 40 times of his own, is trying to alleviate questions about his makeup.
  • New Washington Redskins head man Mike Shanahan will get an up close and personal look at the top quarterback prospects in the draft.
  • Utah FS Robert Johnson, who has emerged as a draftable prospect, is the type of player you root for. Click here to watch a feature about his journey from South Central Los Angeles to Utah.
  • This year's three-day NFL Draft format will likely change strategy, as teams will have more time to take stock of the board and investigate trade scenarios.

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