The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine kicked off Friday with offensive linemen and running backs and continued Saturday with quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends. Sunday was about defense.
The interior defensive linemen were the first act, followed by edge rushers and linebackers, and Mike Mayock broke the event down as only he can. Here’s what the NFL Network draft analyst had to say about some of the draft’s top prospects who participated in Indianapolis on Day 3.
Interior defensive linemen
Vita Vea, Washington: A hamstring injury cut Vea’s day a bit short. But the top defensive lineman on Mayock’s board made his presence felt with a 5.10 40-yard dash and 41 reps on the bench. “Do you know how freaky this kid is?” Mayock opined. “He played high school basketball, he was a running back in high school. On defense, they’ve used him everywhere on the front. He stands up at 347, plays the “joker,” rushes the A-gap, comes off the edge. (Stanford coach) David Shaw said he’s got the ability to be the best 3-4 nose tackle or 4-3 nose tackle in football.”
Da’Ron Payne, Alabama: After a dominant performance in the College Football Playoff, Mayock listed Payne as the No. 2 interior lineman in the
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