Vinston Painter served notice that he is one of the nation's elite offensive line prospects for the class of 2008 and the Maury High native may be the top overall prospect in Virginia.
Elkhorn offensive lineman Trevor Robinson made his second trip to San Antonio in as many years. Robinson struggled early, but regained his composure and showed why he is one of Nebraska's finest.
Could Dunbar's Reggie Ellis be D.C.'s next Marvin Austin?
Ellis gained emotional support from high school teammate Arrelious Benn.
Pompano Beach, Fla., defensive back Patrick Johnson had an outstanding combine and the Blanche Ely athlete was named the defensive MVP.
Freedom's Robert Patchan showed that there are some pretty good linemen in Florida and it's not just all about speed.
Local San Antonian Myles Walker was a virtual unknown prior to the combine, but it's safe to say that the word is out on this 6-foot-8, 240-pound, defensive end from Texas.
Easton's Jarred Holley (Right) makes a great play on the ball and showed why he is one of the most heavily recruited players in Pennsylvania.
Bryce (Left) and Arthur Brown (Right) showed why they are two of the most dominating players in Kansas. Bryce is a 2009 prospect and Arthur is a 2008 prospect. Teams should be aware of this duo from Wichita East.
Dan Buckner (Left) and Morgan Carter (Right) work on wide receiver drills together. Buckner, a talented pass-catcher from Allen, Texas proved to be one of the combines top talents. Morgan, who plays his high school ball at C.D. Hylton in Woodbridge, Va., narrowly missed making the All-Combine team.
North Mesquite, Texas wide receiver Daymond Patterson gave the defensive backs all they could handle, including MVP Boubacar Cissoko.