Drills at the 2022 NFL combine concluded on Sunday in Indianapolis, with the top defensive backs and special teams players in the 2022 NFL draft class showcasing their skills in front of all 32 teams. The quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends worked out on Thursday, and the offensive linemen and running backs followed on Friday evening. The defensive linemen and linebackers hit the turf on Saturday night.
Yet again, speed was on full display on Sunday. The cornerback group presented two of the five best 40-yard dash times in the history of the combine, including a scorching 4.23 from Baylor's Kalon Barnes. Top cornerback prospect Ahmad Gardner had an excellent workout, and scouts were happy to see Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton back on the field after a knee injury ended his final college season in October.
Who ran well in the 40-yard dash, and who dominated in the rest of the on-field work? ESPN NFL draft experts Jordan Reid, Matt Miller and Todd McShay recap Days 1-4 of the combine, evaluating the top performances from each position, picking prospects who are rising (and potentially falling) and breaking down notable under-the-radar performances. Let's get into it with breakdowns for all four days of action at Lucas Oil Stadium.