**1. Top Combine Performers
Day 1 of drills is officially in the books at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Offensive linemen and tight ends held their on-field workouts on Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Below is a look at the top performances so far before quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs hit the field on Saturday.
40-Yard Dash (seconds)
OL Ali Marpet (Hobart & William Smith) - 4.98
OL Jake Fisher (Oregon) - 5.01
OL Laurence Gibson (Virginia Tech) - 5.04
TE MyCole Pruitt (Southern Illinois) - 4.58
TE Wes Saxton (South Alabama) - 4.65
TE Maxx Williams (Minnesota) - 4.78
Bench Press (reps)
OL Ereck Flowers (Miami) - 37
OL Mitch Morse (Missouri) - 36
OL Sean Hickey (Syracuse) - 35
TE Gerald Christian (Louisville) - 28
TE Jesse James (Penn State) - 26
TE Jeff Heuerman (Ohio State) - 26
Broad Jump (inches)
OL Laurence Gibson (Virginia Tech) - 113.0
OL Mark Glowinski (West Virginia) - 113.0
OL Terry Poole (San Diego State) - 113.0
TE Jesse James (Penn State) - 121.0
TE Clive Walford (Miami) - 120.0
TE Wes Saxton (South Alabama) - 119.0
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**2. At least 28 players to work out at multiple positions.
If while looking at lists of top prospects you notice players like USC linebacker Shaq Thompson listed at safety or Michigan wide receiver Devin Funchess at tight end or Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall at cornerback, it's not a mistake. They are among the 28 prospects working out at multiple positions this week in Indianapolis, according to NFL.com.
"Anything that they sent me for and invited me for, I'm going to come in and do what they want me to," Marshall said.
Hey, the more you can do, the better.
**3. Competition committee to look at more replay.
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher spoke Friday on behalf of the NFL Competition Committee, providing an update on possible rules changes down the line. As a committee member, Fisher opened the possibility of more replay in the future as it relates to penalties, including pass interference. According to Fisher, the committee received the largest number of proposals in respect to instant replay that he could remember.
"We're just scratching the surface on it now," Fisher said. "We'll look at it in detail. To comment at this point would be very premature, but that will probably be one of the major topics as we resume our meetings ... next week.
"But you have two standards. To me, that's the biggest concern. You have an on-the-field, full-speed, bang-bang call by the official, let's say pass interference. Then you're going to go to replay, and you're going to go frame by frame by frame whether it is or not. I'm not so sure that's where we want to go with our game right now."
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