Winners and losers from Day 2 of National Football League combine drills

Cam Robinson

Cam Robinson

"I really can't swim that well", Ross said. After a year of sitting out, Golladay posted two straight 1,000+ yard seasons.

The former Washington Huskies wide receiver, Ross scorched the track at Lucas Oil Stadium on his way to setting the record for the fastest recorded time by anyone at the combine.

Ross caught 81 passes for 1,150 yards and 17 touchdowns for the Pac-12 champion Huskies past year, and is one of three receivers frequently projected as potential first-round picks in the draft, along with Western Michigan's Corey Davis and Clemson's Mike Williams.

The speedster from the University of Washington has already been linked to the Redskins, has a relationship with DeSean Jackson and impressed everyone Saturday at the NFL Combine.

Two days later, Ross will go under the knife to fix a torn labrum in his shoulder.

Adidas announced before the combine that it would provide an island to a player who broke the record - if he did it while wearing Adidas cleats and agreed to an endorsement contract with the company. Ross darn-near shut the combine down by running a 4.22 in the 40-yard dash.

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Asked about Brown's influence on his career, Davis said: "I was actually just talking about him not too long ago, with all the adversity he's faced and everything he's overcome is huge".

"That's something that is hard to overcome, " Ross said. His effort was good enough to break the record set by RB Chris Johnson back in 2008.

The 40-yard dash is always the main event at the NFL Combine.

Ross is the smallest of the three, measuring in at 5-foot-11 and 188 pounds.

"It went good, " he said of his physical. "I'm not afraid to go up against anyone". Robinson, considered by many to be the top offensive line prospect in the draft, likely skipped out due to a previous injury, but there isn't an obvious reason for the others to have chosen not to lift. "Before, I just figured, I am faster than this guy, I can just outrun this guy all the time". Just like his brother, T.J. put up freakish numbers for someone with his size, tying for second place among all linebackers with a 37-inch vertical jump and tying for first in the broad jump with 10.8 inches.

In total, more than 300 players will be evaluated by the 32 National Football League teams. I know Mike can also be a deep threat, but he is more of a bigger guy.

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