The fourth and final group of players are scheduled to report to the 2013 NFL Combine on Saturday when the defensive backs join the rest of the players in Indianapolis. While the first group of players to report, including offensive linemen and special teams players, will wrap up their week at the combine on Saturday with on-field drills, the cornerbacks and safeties will undergo medical tests and examinations.
One of the highest-profile prospects in attendance among defensive backs will be Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, considered by most to be the top cornerback in the draft class. However, Milliner is scheduled to have shoulder surgery following his participation in the combine.
At safety, Texas's Kenny Vaccaro is considered by most to be at the top of the class, although Florida International's Jonathan Cyprien may challenge for that spot. On Wednesday, CBS Sports' Rob Rang said that Cyprien has a chance to supplant Vaccaro as the top safety on many teams' boards if he can continue to have a strong pre-draft showing.
Coverage of the 2013 NFL Combine is scheduled to begin on NFL Network at 9 a.m. ET Saturday and run until 7 p.m. ET. Live coverage will also be streamed on NFL.com.
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