INDIANAPOLIS —Who caught the most eyes at this year's NFL Scouting Combine?
Chad Reuter has a good idea.
The NFL.com draft analyst recently released his "2018 All-Combine Team," listing the prospects that he thought stood out the most at their respective positions on offense and defense, their best NFL team fits, as well as a little analysis on each player.
You can read the entire piece by clicking here, but here's a quick look at Reuter's 2018 All-Combine Team:
Quarterback:Josh Allen, Wyoming
Running backs:Saquon Barkley, Penn State; Nick Chubb; Georgia
Wide receivers:D.J. Chark, LSU; D.J. Moore, Maryland
Tight end:Hayden Hurst, South Carolina
Offensive tackles:Kolton Miller, UCLA; Brian O'Neill, Pittsburgh
Guards:Will Hernandez, UTEP; Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
Center:James Daniels, Iowa
Defensive tackles:Da'Ron Payne, Alabama; Vita Vea, Washington
Defensive ends:Bradley Chubb*, North Carolina State; Josh Sweat, Florida State
Five-technique:Taven Bryan, Florida
Edge rusher:Marcus Davenport, UTSA
Linebackers:Lorenzo Carter*, Georgia; Leighton Vander Esch, Boise State; Shaquem Griffin, UCF
Cornerbacks:Jaire Alexander*, Louisville; Denzel Ward, Ohio State
Nickelback:Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
Safeties:Derwin James, Florida State; Troy Apke, Penn State
* denotes Colts listed as one of their "Best team fits"