- Todd McShay, Scouts Inc.
A month full of pro day workouts came to a close on Sunday with USC's mega-event appropriately serving as the grand finale. As is the case every year, on-campus workouts have helped to further shape the 2006 draft board. Below is a brief breakdown of the prospects that were most affected, followed by an updated Top 32 that reflects my new rankings.
Pro day risers
Kellen Clemens, quarterback, Oregon
After suffering a season-ending broken ankle during his senior season, Clemens needed a strong postseason in order to regain momentum as a fringe Day 1 prospect. His workout at the combine was just decent, but Clemens put on a show in Eugene, Ore., on March 16 for all talent evaluators in attendance. In my opinion, Clemens is one of the most underrated prospects in this year's class and he warrants consideration in the late second- to third-round range of the upcoming draft.
Todd McShay takes a look at players who rose, fell and others who emerged as sleepers following their pro day workouts.