A look at the top offensive prospects who boosted their stock the most…
Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill
The 6-4, 215-pound wide out blitzed his 40 in the mid 4.3 range and at his size could now make a run at the back end of round one. He’s an explosive leaper as well who can routinely win down the field in jump ball situations. Plus, he displayed good quickness, posting one of the top short shuttle times as well at the position. Size/speed gets you drafted high and Hill has an elite combo.
Draft Status: Potential late first/second round pick
ICONHill's stock is on the rise.
Connecticut WR Kashif Moore
The underrated speedster showed well with a 40-time in the low 4.4 range. However, it was his elite 43.5-inch vertical, which was tops in the group that really opened some eyes. He also posted one of the fastest short shuttle times at the Combine, proving he possesses the quicks to go along with his top end speed.
Draft Status: Potential late round pick
Georgia OL Cordy Glenn
It’s rare of see a guy at Glenn’s dimensions (6-5, 345) run in the sub 5.0-second range and display the kind of overall athletic ability he possesses. Glenn also exhibited “plus” length (35