Here's a wrapup of some the biggest stories to come out of the Scouting Combine on Sunday.
Manti Te'o faced the media on Saturday at the Scouting Combine and fared well during his highly-anticipated press conference.
South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore isn't letting a gruesome knee injury slow him down en route to his path to the NFL.
Cincinnati TE Travis Kelce is a high-risk, high-reward prospect with a mission on his mind: prove to NFL teams they should feel good about him.
Alabama RB Eddie Lacy isn't doing drills at the Combine because of a hamstring injury, but he spoke to the media on Friday as he preps for the draft.
Tyler Eifert, already a tremendous receiver and vertical threat in between the numbers, worked hard to improve his in-line blocking skills as a senior.
North Carolina OG-C Jonathan Cooper might not be massive, but his athleticism will make him one of the first O-linemen off the board.
The NFL released a tentative draft order, round-by-round, for the 2013 NFL draft, which begins Thursday night, April 25.
The top-rated safety in this year's draft class, LSU's Eric Reid initially had his sights set on playing offense.
Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson’s dream was to play in the NFL. That has always been his one sole goal, and he will achieve that dream come April’s draft.
Terrance Williams looks to follow in the footsteps of Kendall Wright as another Baylor wideout to go in the first round of the draft.
Wisconsin RB Montee Ball returned for his senior year with less talent around him, but he finished strong and is expected to be one of the top backs drafted.
The following players were invited to the 2013 NFL Scouting Comgine in Indianapolis, which begins Feb. 20.
See what NFL scouts had to say about some of the top defensive prospects for this April's draft.
Central Michigan OT Eric Fisher has climbed up the draft boards after an exceptional showing at the Senior Bowl and could be a top-10 pick.