A post-combine look at the top 10 SEC offensive prospects for the NFL draft

The NFL draft process is winding down. The Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine have passed, and while players still have their pro days and visits to NFL teams, most of the work is finished.

The SEC appears poised to have a prominent role in the first round once again. Here is an updated ranking of the 10 best offensive prospects from the SEC in the draft.

Nick Chubb

NICK CHUBB, by Ben Walton/Georgia athletics

10. Georgia RB Nick Chubb

Previous rank: Ninth
Stock report: There were no rumblings about the health of his knee at the combine, and Chubb (5 feet 11, 227 pounds) dominated on the field in testing. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds, did 29 reps on the bench and showed impressive explosion in the vertical jump (38.5 inches) and broad jump (10 feet, 8 inches). Chubb has a rare blend of athleticism combined with high-level production. Chubb placed himself firmly in the second-round mix.
Quotable: “Everyone wanted to see my knee, obviously, and they said everything looked good,” Chubb said at the combine. “They pulled on it; everyone said it looked good. Great work by the doctors and good rehab.”

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