Combine studs headed to new positions? 

March, 1, 2012
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One of the most fascinating aspects of the NFL combine is watching players go through drills that test their ability to do things they were not asked to do in college and are designed to expose athletic limitations. These drills help teams determine where a player without a natural position might fit best at the next level.

The most obvious example is college defensive ends moving to outside linebacker, such as Pittsburgh Steelers 2007 second-round pick LaMarr Woodley. However, defensive ends aren't the only prospects who change positions and/or play in different schemes.