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NFL.com's biggest winners from 2024 Scouting Combine

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The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine is now complete.

More than 300 prospects traveled to Indianapolis for what is one of the most important events in the pre-draft process. Players met with both teams and the media over the course of the week in addition to participating in on-field drills.

As we see every year, some prospects helped their draft stock more than others.

Here are NFL.com draft analyst Chad Reuter's biggest winners from the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine:

Check out all the action from the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

Day 1 - DL/LB

  • Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State
  • Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State
  • Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian University
  • Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas
  • T'Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas
  • Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

"Robinson needed to show off his athleticism at the combine after posting middling production at Penn State (9.5 sacks in two seasons). His 4.48-second 40 (with a 1.54 10-yard split) was impressive, especially at 254 pounds. His agility in drills also provided a look at his potential as a scheme-versatile edge rusher. Robinson's ability to turn around the bags and cones during drills portend an ability to win against NFL offensive tackles. His average height (6-2 7/8) and length (32 1/2-inch arm, 76 1/4-inch wingspan) might still be an obstacle for him against bigger blockers."

Day 2 - DB/TE

  • Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo
  • Cole Bishop, S, Utah
  • Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State
  • Max Melton, CB, Rutgers
  • Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State
  • Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

"After running a 4.33-second 40-yard dash (with a 1.51-second 10-yard split) at 6-foot 1/8-inch and 195 pounds, there should be no doubt that Mitchell has secured a spot in the top half of the first round. He had a 38-inch vertical, as well, confirming the explosiveness he showed taking on receivers throughout the season and during Senior Bowl week. Mitchell moved smoothly in position work, as expected, but had a rough start catching the ball in drills. After dropping two passes and then cradling throws into his chest, he began adjusting to throws and finished strong in the gauntlet drill. Cornerbacks need to have short memories, so his ability to bounce back should be appreciated."

Day 3 - QB/RB/WR

  • Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
  • Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville
  • J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan
  • Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia
  • Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

"Washington's Rome Odunze was the smoothest, most consistent pass catcher in the second receiver group on Saturday, and Florida's Ricky Pearsall excelled in tests (4.41-second 40-yard dash, 42-inch vertical, 6.64-second 3-cone) and drills, but Worthy's record-breaking 4.21-second 40 was the story of the combine. He stood out in other tests, too, jumping 41 inches in the vertical and 10-foot-11 in the broad. Worthy did not participate in position drills, something I'm sure NFL teams will hope he takes part in at his pro day."

Day 4 - OL

  • Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State
  • Tanor Bortolini, C, Wisconsin
  • Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington
  • Mason McCormick, G, South Dakota State
  • Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

"The two-time Big 12 Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year (Beebe) might have silenced concerns about his athleticism with a strong 1.75-second 10-yard split on his 5.03 40 at 322 pounds. He fared well in the position drills, getting out of his stance and mirroring better than most guards because of his experience at tackle. He is not the longest lineman here (31 1/2-inch arm, 78 1/8-inch wingspan) but the measurements are similar to those of former Pro Bowl lineman Chris Snee, to whom Beebe compares favorably."

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