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2019 NFL combine: Top draft prospects, risers, best of Day 2 workouts

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Keep your eye out for Haskins and Lock (1:31)

Louis Riddick explains why Dwayne Haskins can improve his stock at the NFL combine, while Todd McShay is focused on Missouri QB Drew Lock. (1:31)

Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends went through workouts at the NFL combine on Saturday, the second day of drills for the top prospects for the 2019 NFL draft.

ESPN NFL draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay recap how the best QBs and pass-catchers -- including Dwayne Haskins and D.K. Metcalf -- fared, and Scouts Inc. analyst Steve Muench breaks down the under-the-radar prospects who are rising up draft boards. We'll also look ahead to Day 3 of workouts, when the defensive linemen and linebackers will participate in testing and drills on Sunday.

Note: Oklahoma's Kyler Murray did not participate in any drills or throwing workouts Saturday.

How the best prospects fared | Biggest risers
What to watch for on Sunday | Day 1 recap (RB/OL)

What was the biggest takeaway from workouts?

McShay: The wide receiver group was more explosive than expected. There were nine wide receivers who ran sub-4.40 40-yard dashes. That's just crazy. DJ Chark was the only one last year. Ole Miss' D.K. Metcalf stole the show with his 4.33 40-yard dash and 40.5-inch vertical at 6-foot-3 and 228 pounds, and I saw him drop only one pass during route-running drills. Ohio State's Parris Campbell and UMass' Andy Isabella ran the fastest 40s (4.31) of the combine so far, while Campbell also had great jumps with a 40-inch vertical and 11-foot-3 broad jump. A bunch of receivers made money today.

Kiper: If receivers like Tavon Austin and John Ross can go in the top 10 in the draft after running blazing 40s, why can't Parris Campbell be a first-round pick? The 6-foot Ohio State wide receiver ran a 4.31 40 on Saturday, which tied for the fastest of any receiver in Indianapolis. He also had a 40-inch vertical jump. Campbell, my fifth-ranked receiver coming into the week, is a great kid who had a solid career -- he had 90 catches and 12 touchdowns last season. He is now in the discussion for Day 1.

Muench: As impressive as the receivers were today, there are four who didn't work out and are worth mentioning. Oklahoma's Marquise Brown, the No. 1-ranked receiver, didn't run because of a Lisfranc injury. Although they aren't ranked nearly as high as Brown, Georgia State's Penny Hart (snub), Baylor's Jalen Hurd (knee) and Colorado State's Preston Williams (off-field issues) are talented prospects who also didn't work out today. When you factor all that in, this might be the deepest receiver class since 2014.


How the top quarterbacks fared

McShay breaks down QB workouts from Day 2:

Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

Scouts Inc. position rank: No. 1