Mayock: 2012 draft rankings
But when the team's front office descends upon Indianapolis for this week's combine, it will do its best not to let any testing cloud its ratings based off player's college game film.
"What we really try to do is, as much as we can, keep it based on the play from August to December," Roseman said. "This is the time of year where it could play mind games on you, because you get into the all-star games, and you get into the combine and you meet with these guys, and you have to be in a position where you have to stick to your beliefs on how they play, the background they come from, as opposed to guys who flash."
Roseman said the most valuable part of the combine happens when your doctors are able to examine players.
"If you have guys that you rate very highly and your doctors tell you they have longevity issues, that's going to affect where you take them."