NFL combine winners/losers: Josh Allen trumps Rosen, Jackson

Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks is spotlighting the prospects who make a mark — for better or worse — at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. On Saturday, the quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends took the field at Lucas Oil Stadium. Here are Brooks’ impressions from Indianapolis:

Before getting into assessments of today’s on-field workout participants, I wanted to address a significant development in the D-line group. Maurice Hurst, the Michigan product I have ranked as the No. 1 defensive tackle in this draft class, was diagnosed with a heart condition during his medical evaluation in Indy. Headed home for further testing, Hurst misses out on the opportunity to showcase his disruptive skill set in combine drills. This is obviously a concerning setback for the first-round hopeful, whom colleague Daniel Jeremiah has as his No. 21 overall prospect, and it’s a situation teams will be forced to closely monitor in the run-up to April’s draft.


Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming: To the surprise of scouts in attendance, Allen was the best passer on the field Saturday. He not only showed exceptional range as a deep-ball thrower, but he was on point with his short and intermediate

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