The final day of the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine is underway. Monday's events include two position groups working out on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium: the cornerbacks and safeties. The players are taking the field in two groups, arranged alphabetically by last name. The first group consists of Mackensie Alexander through Cyrus Jones, and group two is Karl Joseph through Tavon Young.
The 40 times for the first group have been very impressive. Four players registered times in the 4.3s, with the fastest time put up by Auburn's Jonathan Jones. William Jackson III from Houston has been impressing all week, and he continued his strong combine with a 4.37, while Clemson's T.J. Green and Purdue's Anthony Brown were the other two players under 4.4 seconds.
We'll bring you updates on the drills as they roll in throughout the day, and we will continue to bring you coverage of the media interviews from the Combine all this week.