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Of all positions, CBs have most to gain — or lose — at Indianapolis

Dan Pompei / NBCSports.com


The draft stock of players at any position can dip, plummet and twist based on what happens at the NFL combine in Indianapolis. But traditionally, it seems more cornerbacks are affected than players at any other position.

Why cornerbacks?

Speed accounts for a greater percentage of a cornerback’s value than it does for other players on the field. If a cornerback can’t run, he has only so much draft value. And a cornerback’s speed isn’t as easy to gauge on tape as the speed of a wide receiver, for instance. Full Story – NBCSports.com
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