Drills at the 2023 NFL combine finished up Sunday in Indianapolis, with the top running backs and offensive linemen in the 2023 NFL draft class showcasing their skills in front of all 32 teams. The quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends worked out Saturday, with C.J. Stroud, Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Anthony Richardson among those who improved their stock. Defensive linemen and linebackers got things started Thursday. Defensive backs and special teams players followed Friday.
Who ran well in the 40-yard dash? Who dominated in the rest of the on-field work? NFL draft experts Jordan Reid and Matt Miller recap Days 1 to 4 of the combine workouts, evaluating the top performances from each position, picking prospects who are rising (and potentially falling) and addressing notable under-the-radar showings. Let's get into it with a breakdown of all the action at Lucas Oil Stadium.
OL/RB: Takeaways | Risers | Top players
QB/WR/TE: Takeaways | Risers | Top players
CB/S: Takeaways | Risers | Top players
DL/LB: Takeaways | Risers | Top players