This is your Barker's Chris Muller.
The NFL scouting combine moves to prime time this year, and while I think it's taken much too seriously by some, particularly the league itself, it still could be a lot of fun to watch.
Plus, players have to take it more seriously than the fans because they have millions of dollars on the line.
So there's always a likelihood that there's going to be some eye popping individual performances.
So here are five players I'm really interested in seeing at this year's combine.
Utah State Store in Love might have the most pure talent of any quarterback not named to attack by Lola.
And he's got all the physical manageable.
Ls that you would want to see Big hands? +642 25.
But his 2019 was a disappointment on the field.
However, a monster combine might shoot him up draft boards, particularly with many teams still desperate to find their next franchise quarterback.
Notre Dame's Chase Claypool.
He is huge for a wide receiver, 64 to 40 and that's of course, why he might end up as a tight end in the pros if he shows top shelf athletic ability and performs well in drills.
He could move into the second round and becoming matchup nightmare in the NFL.
Jerry Judy of Alabama is considered by most to be the most complete receiver and maybe the deepest class ever at the position.
But his teammate Henry Rugs the third, has a chance at the combine to do something a little more eye popping.
That is, break the all time, 40 yard dash record held by Washington Huskies receiver John Ross after he clocked in at 4.
22 seconds in 2017.
That was valuable for Ross.
He had an entry history, but it didn't matter.
The Bangles picked him ninth overall.
If Rugs breaks the record, he'll shoot up draft boards, and his attempt to do it is going to be appointment viewing.
Either way, everybody knows Chase Young is the best edge rusher in this class.
But there's a lot of debate about number two on the list.
Vanessa might have a chance to lay claim to that distinction at Vanessa has a great variety of past rushing moves, but maybe not the kind of top shelf athleticism that scout's crave.
That could all change, however, with a knockout combine performance and with potentially millions on the line.
It'll be fun to see of Evanescent delivers.
One more player that you want to watch in this combine mill is on the defensive side of Bolt.
Now we know that offenses are becoming more very dual threat.
Quarterbacks matchup problems all over the place and defense is air trying to keep up.
They want the line between safety and linebacker Tobler evermore year after year.
So who's the perfect hybrid defender? Clemson's Isaiah Simmons? He's a tweener, but in a good way.
He can match up with quarterbacks that need a spy on the defensive side.
He's got all the physical tools, and he should be wowing people at the combine.
Simmons projects to be a very high pick, no matter what happens.
But he might put on the kind of memorable display that has people talking 40 years to come.
So there you have it.
Five players I want to see perform at the 2020 NFL combine for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Muller,