Today, the players in the back four of defenses take the field at the NFL's 2014 Scouting Combine in Indianapolis to wrap up the final day of the event. The players in the secondary are classified in two groups: Defensive Backs and Safeties, and will be rotating through the various drills today.
The cornerback group is deep this year, led by a handful of big names like Darqueze Dennard from Michigan State, Justin Gilbert of Oklahoma State, and Virginia Tech's Kyle Fuller. They could all be first round picks in 2014, and all three ran their 40-yard dashes this morning.
Here are the full results for the defensive backs.
Also working today are the safeties, led by Calvin Pryor of Louisville and Alabama's Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix. Another top safety, Jimmie Ward of Northern Illinois, is out of today's drills with an injury. While it is not perceived to be as deep a safety group as the players in the 2013 draft, there is still some top-level talent at the position and drills will be closely scrutinized by Ted Thompson and company.