2024 NFL Scouting Combine Winners

Stoney Keeley highlights his list of who won the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine.

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I’m sick…feel like shit…been running a fever that got up to 102.6 last night…coughing..can’t breathe…the whole nine yards. So, forgive me for being so brief here, but I’m just going to dig into the guys that I really liked. I also might have dozed off for 20 minutes at a time and missed some people. Sue me. I still gotta get this bad boy posted before we forget about the Scouting Combine.

2024 NFL Scouting Combine Winners

DL Braden Fiske – All week in Mobile, we watched Fiske’s explosive first step and get-off. To see that explosiveness in measurable form validated his status as a Day 2 guy.

LB Payton Wilson – Wilson put on a show that raised the bar for the linebacker group, so much so that it had us questioning whether or not we were too low on this group as a whole.

LB Trevin Wallace – Wallace greatly improved his draft stock syncing up the measurables with the eye test.

CB Nate Wiggins – You get the 4.28 40-yard dash, you get mentioned in the Combine winners.

S Tyler Owens – Owens had an incredible broad jump that highlights his explosiveness. He’s listed as a safety, but with his size, I wouldn’t be surprised if teams give him a look at linebacker.

CB Quinyon Mitchell – Mitchell continues to check boxes throughout this process…tape? Check. Senior Bowl? Check. Scouting Combine? Check. He’s worked his way into top 15 pick territory to me, and if you want to argue he’s CB1 in this class, I won’t put up too much of a fight.

TE Jaheim Bell – This tight end class is so intriguing. It really is a matter of picking your favorite flavor. After Brock Bowers, you can make an argument for a number of guys being TE2. Bell is the play-making pass catcher…a dynamo as evidenced by this drill.

TE Tip Reiman – I keep saying Reiman is built like Frankenstein’s monster, but he showed off his natural hands and underrated athleticism this weekend.

TE Dallin Holker – The book on Holker begins and ends with his size. He plays tight end with a fullback mindset, but I was stoked to see that he got the chance to show off his smooth hands this weekend.

DB Dominique Hampton – As far as guys who weren’t even really on my radar prior to last week, Hampton gets the crown. My apologies – I was not familiar with your game.

RB Isaac Guerendo – The RAS was incredible. How Guerendo never started in college is beyond me. The testing validated the acceleration we see on the tape.

RB George Holani – Holani is a hard runner with good wiggle. He tested well and keeps checking boxes throughout this process. He’s a fun prospect whose athleticism stands out in a crowded running back class.

RB Tyrone Tracy Jr. – Tracy was another Hula Bowl standout way back when this whole process started, and continues to test well. Like Holani, he’s a hard between-the-tackles runner with wiggle and juice to break loose at any time. Both of these guys are going to be tremendous value adds for a team.

WR Xavier Worthy – I’m still not sure where I land on Worthy as a prospect overall, but I’ve at least gotta tip my cap to that 4.21 40 breaking the record.

WR Brian Thomas Jr. – After his weekend, I’m adding BTJ to the main event level wide receivers in this draft class. There’s for of ’em now.

WR Rome Odunze – We HAVE to stop with the speed and athleticism questions. Done. It’s over. Odunze is my WR1.

Really, all the wide receivers… – This class is so loaded.

QB Michael Penix Jr. – The big thing with Penix was his clearing medicals, and reportedly, he did that with flying colors. An excellent thrower, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the medical piece of the puzzle being solved spring him into the first round.

OL Tanor Bortolini – I think Bortolini is a center, but they plugged him in as a guard prospect over the weekend. There are still some questions about power and timing for me, but his combine was so good that it had me re-evaluating my stance on the guy after I perceived him to struggle at the Senior Bowl.

OT Troy Fautanu – Brother, you are a left tackle.

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Stoney Keeley is the Editor in Chief of The SoBros Network, and a Dogs Playing Poker on velvet connoisseur. He is a strong supporter of Team GSD, #BeBetter, and ‘Minds right, asses tight.’ “Big Natural” covers the Tennessee Titans, Nashville, Yankee Candle, and a whole wealth of nonsense. Follow on Twitter @StoneyKeeley.

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