Another NFL Scouting Combine is in the books, and again, Eastbay was on scene. Thanks to our friends at Under Armour, we set up an interactive player experience that included personalized interviews, a football “red carpet,” and an autograph board. Now that it’s finished, let’s look at some of this year’s biggest winners:

Keith Marshall

Georgia RB Keith Marshall

Marshall had the fastest 40 time at this year’s combine with a blazing 4.31 AND the most bench press reps for a running back with 25. That’ll turn some heads. The 22-year-old was initially considered a late round or undrafted prospect heading into Indy, but he’s now skyrocketing up draft boards. We got a chance to chat with this year’s combine hero.

Clemson DE Shaq Lawson

Lawson came up big when the spotlight was the brightest as a Tiger, and Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium, it was more of the same. A 4.70 40-yard dash and 4.21 20-yard shuttle put his quickness and explosiveness on center stage. It was an impressive display by someone who hasn’t always had it easy.

Oklahoma State DE Emmanuel Ogbah

At 6’4” and 273 pounds, the biggest question mark surrounding Ogbah was whether he had the mobility needed to drop back in coverage as a 3-4 outside linebacker. With the second best 40 time (4.62) and vertical jump (35½ ) among all lineman, he emphatically put those doubts to rest. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that he performed so well. He’s faced much tougher challenges in his life.

Illinois RB Josh Ferguson

Teams searching for a change of pace or third-down back had to love what they saw from Ferguson. Standing at only 5’9”, he actually believes his short stature is a plus. He proved his playmaking ability with an explosive 4.48 40-yard dash. Whether it’s a handoff, screen pass, or return, it doesn’t matter. Just get him the ball and he’s bound to make defenders miss.

Jonathan Bullard

Florida DT Jonathan Bullard

6’3”, 285 pounders should not be able to run a 4.93 40, but that’s exactly what Bullard did this weekend. He showcased his speed, smarts, and strength throughout the combine and helped solidify his first-round status. The Gator also showed teams he can play multiple positions along the defensive line, but he told us he fits best as a 4-3 end.

These five had great workouts, but they’re just a handful of the 100+ prospects we chatted with. To see all of the exclusive content from the Combine, search “Inside the Combine” on the blog and check out our Instagram, Twitter.