As an early entry prospect, Tennessee WR Robert Meachem couldn't strut his stuff in any of the all-star games. The 6-foot-2, 214-pound receiver made up for lost time by running the 40-yard dash in 4.39 seconds at the recent scouting combine. That sub-4.4 time, along with impressive results in the vertical jump (37˝") and three-cone drill (6.97 seconds), should land Meachem a spot in the bottom-half of the first round.
Meachem isn't the only one on the rise. Here's a look at 10 other prospects moving up NFL draft boards thanks to strong postseason showings: