Tuesday's main event will be the workouts by the cornerback and safety groups with a number of prospects expecting to hit 4.4 marks in the 40 and others hoping to jump over 40" on the vertical.
The key names to keep an eye on for the final day of workouts include Arkansas junior cornerback Chris Houston, who is my choice to have the best all-around workout of any DB; and Michigan senior cornerback Leon Hall, who needs to run sub-4.5 times to help keep him among the Top-20 picks. Texas senior cornerback Aaron Ross is expected to thrill and Maryland senior cornerback Josh Wilson has the chance to run sub-4.3 times. Potential first-round pick Pittsburgh junior cornerback Darrelle Revis will not work out opting to wait until his pro day.
Meanwhile, the safety position will feature LSU's LaRon Landry, who is still recovering from an injury, so he could pass on the workouts until his pro day. Howver, the results turned in by Florida junior safety Reggie Nelson, Texas senior safety Michael Griffin and Miami, FL senior safety Brandon Meriweather will be closely watched.
Alabama State cornerback Michael Coe and Maine U. safety Daren Stone are a pair of small school guys to keep an eye on.