10 SEC players most on the spot at the NFL Scouting Combine

ANTONIO CALLAWAY, by Kim Klement/USA Today Sports

Florida WR Antonio Callaway

The buzz: Wouldn’t you love to be in on his interviews? Teams only have 15 minutes, so it’s hard to know which off-the-field concern they will focus on. Callaway is talented, but he was suspended for his junior season for credit card fraud. He also had off-field issues in his first two years in Gainesville. Callaway faces perhaps the hardest assignment of any player at the combine: He must avoid looking rusty in drills and convince teams that he won’t be a perpetual headache. If he leaves Indianapolis and is still on the draft board of, say, 15 teams, it will be a good week. Many likely already have removed him from draft consideration.

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