TWENTYMAN: How Lions benefited from 2019 NFL Scouting Combine

Blazing fast wide receivers DK Metcalf, Parris Campbell shine in Combine workouts

Josh Allen: 'I'm the best player in this draft'

After seeing much of the offensive prospects hit the field, Day 3 of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine spotlights the defensive talent.

"Sweat's former team enjoyed seeing his first "#FromStatetoSundays" steps when compared with three mobile National Football League quarterbacks.

His size was considered a negative coming into the draft process, with some analysts wondering whether he'd be big enough to play defensive end at the next level.

Sweat met with the Dolphins earlier this week at the combine, where he briefly met new coach Brian Flores and spoke mainly to defensive line coach Marion Hobby.

Following Sweat's impressive 40-yard dash drill, social media exploded with admiration, shock and humorous quips. Bosa (6-foot-4, 266 pounds) recorded a 4.79 time in the 40 with a 1.65 10-yard split, while Allen elected not to run.

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The developments came a day after India conducted airstrikes against alleged militant positions in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir. According to the Indian Air Force , in the same clash another MiG-21 shot down Pakistan's F-16 of United States manufacture.

Time will tell when i comes to determining if Metcalf turns out to be one of those players who receives strong consideration, but if the Eagles were smart, they would keep an extra eye on the wideout after Indianapolis.

Here are five prospects to keep an eye on at each position group at the Combine on Sunday.

"The former TCU edge rusher was a top performer in several categories, posting a 4.62 40-yard dash, a 40-inch vertical and an 11'2" broad jump.

Notably, Darius West had one of the best numbers on the bench of any defensive back on Saturday. Then, White followed it up with a blazing 40-yard dash time of 4.42 seconds.

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