Scout.com takes a look at the top performers of the event.
1. Lawrence Cager, 6-foot-5, 200, Baltimore Calvert Hall
Skinny: Cager is a big, athletic body with enough running ability to compete in track at a high level. He put all of that together in Sunday's combine setting, and stole the show at his position on the way to a surprise Opening invitation. Cager is not a speed demon but he runs well and takes smooth strides, making cornerbacks have to work just to keep up with him. He looks the part of a split end at the college level already. He created space for himself with straight-line speed and by sticking his foot in the ground. Cager gave every cornerback he faced a mismatch nightmare. In the red zone, Cager needed to show more aggressiveness in reaching over cornerbacks to make catches. His speed is there, but not consistently displayed on short- and medium-range plays.
2. Daiquan Kelly, 6-foot-3, 200, Union City (N.J.)
Skinny: Kelly showed up to the Jets training facility looking like a linebacker. He is bulkier and stronger than he was as a junior for Union City, but it did not take away from his athleticism. Kelly was often open, and used his physical frame to jockey for position effectively. Kelly is capable of changing directions quickly. Kelly works well in traffic to create a target for the quarterback. He is tough. Kelly caught the ball more consistently Sunday than he did as a junior, but was not perfect. He has to break the tendency to give up on a play before it is finished, and could be better at working back to the ball to get open.
3. D.J. Moore, 6-foot-1, 190, Philadelphia Imhotep Charter
Skinny: Moore was eager to back up some recent recruiting momentum by making plays at the NFTC. A few things stand out right away when Moore takes a rep for 1-on-1s. He runs precise routes, and has no issues making an adjustment on an inaccurately thrown ball. He plays bigger than his 6-foot-1 frame by attacking the football. Moore did not embarrass anybody, but he caught most passes thrown his way. He does a good job in securing the football before looking up the field for yards after the catch. Moore has work to do in running his vertical routes. He did not separate from cornerbacks as well as he should, and made it tougher for quarterbacks looking to make a big play.
4. Jarey Elder, 5-foot-11, 170, Allentown (Pa.) Parkland
Skinny: One of the bigger surprises of the day, Elder simply caught everything. Elder provided a gritty effort at receiver, and made many quarterbacks at the event look better because of his ability to get open. The NFTC positional MVP, Elder's first cut was precise and he was dangerous across the middle of the field. Elder needs to improve his top-end speed because of size issues and could be more aggressive in trying to catch the ball at the highest point. Elder out-worked many of the receivers that came into the event with BCS offers.
5. Juwan Johnson, 6-foot-5, 200, Glassboro (N.J.)
Skinny: The Penn State commit flashed his four-star athleticism despite being limited with an injury suffered during the track season Johnson ran smooth routes with quick cuts and got open effortlessly. Limited reps based on a lingering injury and inconsistent hands during drills held Johnson back from showing his true potential. The fact that Johnson moved as well as he did while not 100 percent bodes well for what he can do as a senior when he is fighting fit.