NFL RUSH

UCLA offensive lineman Conor McDermott is a lean, mean, offensive lineman machine!

Check out his moves from the NFL Combine.
And the answer is Dawuane Smoot. This Illinois defensive end is big, fast and really really good.

Check him out and then tell us: is Dawuane Smoot a first rounder?
Bad meaning good, of course.

Check out just how "baaaaaad" Tulane defensive lineman Tanzel Smart is as he goes through drills at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.
Ohio State center Pat Elflein takes "center" stage (see what we did there?) at the combine and looks to show scouts why he's the top center in the draft.

Meanwhile, Kyle Kalis continues to train with a chip on his shoulder.

We love the big uglies!!!

"Wrong ... wrong, wrong, wrong ... bada bada bada bum."

50 questions in 12 minutes.

Check it out as Scooter and Spice take on the mental test of the NFL Combine.

dac4 just scored 634 points in Scrambled Legs!

Scooter Magruder vs. Spice Adams in the funniest NFL Combine video you're ever going to see.

Watch as they go mano-y-mano in the broad jump, 40-yard dash, vertical jump and 3 cone drill.

Who ya got: Scooter or Spice?

The 'NFL Total Access' crew discuss Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson's performance at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.

Will this collegiate champion ever lead his NFL team to the Super Bowl? Tell us!
University of Washington wide receiver John Ross talks about whether his life has changed since running a 4.22 at the NFL Scouting Combine and what he wanted to prove at his pro day.

Will John Ross be a top-5 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft?
The "NFL Total Access" crew evaluates former North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's combine performance.

Will Trubisky be a first round pick???
Myles Garrett talks about his qualities that have made him one of the top prospects in this year's upcoming NFL draft.

Would you pick Myles #1?
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt races his brother, Wisconsin linebacker T.J. Watt in this simulcam race.

BEFORE you watch: predict which Watt brother will win this epic race!
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger and Shaun O'Hara evaluate DeShone Kizer's combine performance.

Will this former Notre Dame star be a great NFL player?
Watch as NFL Network's Rich Eisen runs the 40-yard dash at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.

What do you think: could you beat Rich Eisen in a 40-yard dash? Wearing your nice clothes and shoes?
Ok this is super cool.

Watch as Minnesota defensive back Jalen Myrick faces Ohio State DB Marshon Lattimore, Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson and Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman in the 40-yard dash.

BEFORE you watch: tell us in comments which one is going to win.
The 'NFL Total Access' crew discuss Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes II at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine and what makes his skill set unique.

Will Patrick be picked in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft? Yes or no.
Must see!

Check out our picks for the top 10 must-see moments from the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.
Get to know Ohio State Buckeyes cornerback Marshon Lattimore as he gets ready for the NFL Draft.

Two questions:

1) What number pick will Marshon Lattimore be in next month's 2017 NFL Draft?

2) Do you hope that your favorite team picks him?

First of all, we love his name.

Second of all, this guy can JUMP.

Watch as University of Connecticut safety Obi Melifonwu goes crazy with a 11'9" broad jump, out-jumping the next closest defensive back by a full five inches.
NFL Network's Kimberly Jones speaks with Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey.

Tell us, will McCaffrey be:

A) an NFL star

B) an pretty good player

C) not all that great
Wow ... how does a guy THAT big run THAT fast?

Temple defensive lineman Haason Reddick shows off his speed with an incredible 4.52 official 40-yard dash
Watch as NFL Network's Rich Eisen races Washington Huskies wide receiver John Ross.

BEFORE you watch this video, make your prediction as to who will win this race:

Rich Eisen or John Ross?
We've finally answered the age-old question of "where's the beef?"

It's at the 2017 NFL Combine.

Check out Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas, Alabama defensive end Jonathan Allen, Temple defensive end Haason Reddick and Auburn defensive end Carl Lawson put in their reps on the bench press.
Press "play" and then DON'T BLINK or you might miss it!

Washington wide receiver John Ross rewrote the records books as he takes the top spot in this highlight of the 5 fastest official 40-yard dash times in NFL Scouting Combine history.
Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett leaves observers shaking their heads in disbelief with an incredible 41-inch vertical jump at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.

That's almost three and a half feet!

How high can you jump? Be honest :)
Poll: How many picks will Kid Reporter Oren get right in his mock 2017 NFL Draft?
Did you watch the NFL combine last weekend?

The best college players entering the 2017 NFL Draft showed-off their talents and it was wild.

Washington Husky John Ross ran the fastest 40-yard dash time in the history of the Combine!

Kid Reporter Oren watched.  And he took notes.  And he learned.

And below Oren tells you how the 2017 NFL draft is going to go down for real.

How many picks will Kid Reporter Oren get right in his mock 2017 NFL Draft?

Oren’s Mock Draft 1.0
 
    #1 DE Myles Garrett (Texas A&M)- Cleveland Browns
    #2 CB Marshon Lattimore (Ohio St.)- San Francisco 49ers
    #3 DE Jonathan Allen (Alabama)- Chicago Bears
    #4 S Jamal Adams (LSU)- Jacksonville Jaguars
    #5 S Malik Hooker (Ohio St.)- Tennessee Titans
    #6 RB Leonard Fournette (LSU)- New York Jets
    #7 QB Mitch Trubisky (North Carolina)- Los Angles Chargers
    #8 DE Solomon Thomas (Stanford)- Carolina Panthers
    #9 WR Mike Williams (Clemson) – Cincinnati Bengals
    #10 QB Deshaun Watson (Clemson)- Buffalo Bills
    #11 CB Sidney Jones (Washington)- New Orleans Saints
    #12 OG Forrest Lamp (Western Kentucky)- Cleveland Browns
    #13 TE O.J Howard (Alabama)- Arizona Cardinals
    #14 RB Dalvin Cook (Florida St.)- Philadelphia Eagles
    #15 DE Derek Barnett (Tennessee)- Indianapolis Colts
    #16 DE Taco Charlton (Michigan)- Baltimore Ravens
    #17 SS Jabrill Peppers (Michigan)- Washington Redskins
    #18 WR John Ross (Washington)- Tennessee Titans
    #19 DE Charles Harris (Missouri)- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    #20 OT Cam Robinson (Alabama)- Denver Broncos’
    #21 OT Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin)- Detroit Lions
    #22 LB Jarrad Davis (Florida)- Miami Dolphins
    #23 DT Caleb Brantley (Florida)- New York Giants
    #24 CB Tre’Davoius White (LSU)- Oakland Raiders
    #25 OT Garett Bolles (Utah)- Houston Texans
    #26 CB Marlon Humphrey (Alabama)- Seattle Seahawks
    #27 LB Zack Cunningham (Vanderbilt)- Kansas City Chiefs
    #28 TE David Njoku (Miami)- Dallas Cowboys
    #29 LB T.J Watt (Wisconsin)- Green Bay Packers
    #30 OLB Haason Reddick (Temple)- Pittsburg Steelers
    #31 S Marcus Williams (Utah)- Atlanta Falcons
    #32 DE Takkarist McKinley (UCLA)- New England Patriots