In case you missed it, here are our top 10 takeaways on draft prospects this week:
1. Manziel to Jaguars?
2. Mettenberger buzz
It's been a busy week for LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who visited with as many teams as he could count on a hand. With his injured knee nicely on the mend and his senior-season game film showing off its share of NFL-caliber throws, his calendar's full. But the Mettenberger reviews haven't all been positive this week.
3. Locked up tight
NFL.com's Bryan Fischer delved into available reports, mocks and data to come up with a list of prospects who should be locked in as first-round picks. There are 18 of them. And only one is a quarterback.
4. Tough to call
5. Speedy recovery
6. Pittsburgh eyes Beckham
7. Kouandjio goes distance
Secondary pro days, when a school puts on a second pro-day event subsequent to its main pro day, don't draw as many scouts or, for that matter, athletes. And as such, the workouts are usually shorter. But Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio extended one for about two hours of field work on indoor turf for a couple dozen scouts last week. Showing stamina was one goal he certainly met.
8. Big man to big man
The biggest quarterback among those expected to be chosen in the first round of the NFL draft -- UCF's Blake Bortles -- has been honing his game with one of the NFL's biggest quarterbacks himself: Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger. Both are 6-5, and north of 230 pounds. Like Roethlisberger, Bortles came from a smaller college conference and has drawn questions about his level of competition. Roethlisberger answered those on the field in quick fashion as a rookie in 2004.
9. Dennard on slide?
10. Kelly on move
No head coach in the NFL is investing more time in attending pro days personally than Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly. He's been spotted at a dozen pro-day workouts, and there is no telling where else he's been, as private workouts don't occur at club facilities. So which prospects has he seen? Here's a look at where he's been.