Bryant still No. 1 WR but questions remain
February, 26, 2010
By Todd McShay | ESPN.com
The decision by Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant not to work out at the combine because of a tweaked hamstring really doesn't hurt Bryant's draft stock at all.
As long as he runs a solid 40-yard dash time -- somewhere in the mid-to-low 4.4-second range -- at his pro day Bryant loses very little by not taking part in combine drills. It might not look from a public relations standpoint given his issues last season with the NCAA, but Bryant is clearly better on the field than any other receiver in this class and that's what matters.
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