Day two of the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine is in the books, and it's now time to actually see some players work out. Wednesday saw groups one (place kickers, special teamers and offensive linemen), two (offensive linemen) and three (tight ends) arrive for registration, while Thursday saw group four (quarterbacks, wide receivers), group five (quarterbacks and wide receivers) and group six (running backs) do the same.
While the day two arrivals were going through registration and pre-exam x-rays and the like, the day one arrivals went through measurements, medical examinations, media availability and private interviews.
Now, it's time for day two arrivals to go through that while the day one guys (are you still following?) get ready for specific workouts.
Friday will see the day one arrivals attend an NFLPA meeting and go through psychological testing. The place kickers and other special teamers will go through their workout, and the ever-important bench press will go down as well. It's a big day for that event, as the offensive linemen can usually put the weights up about as well as the defensive players.
Additionally, the day three arrivals will get their registration and all of that sorted out on Friday. The arrivals consist of group seven (defensive line), group eight (defensive line) and group nine (linebackers).
There's some big names arriving on Friday, to be sure. Guys like Sheldon Richardson from Missouri, Sharrif Floyd out of Florida and Star Lotulelei will be representing the defensive tackle class. Ezekiel Ansah and Damontre Moore will be representing the defensive ends.