Six takeaways from Day 2 of NFL Scouting Combine

On the second day of the NFL Scouting Combine on Friday in Indianapolis, defensive backs and tight ends participated in physical workouts in an effort to improve their draft stock. 

Here are some takeaways from the day:

Nate Wiggins is explosive but injured

Clemson defensive back Nate Wiggins showcased his break-neck speed. He outclassed the rest of the defensive backs, running the fastest 40-yard dash among the position group at an astounding 4.29 seconds, reaching a top speed of 24.05 MPH. 

However, Wiggins didn’t come out unscathed, leaving the field limping. According to Stacey Dales of NFL Network, the former Clemson standout was diagnosed with a hip flexor injury, though it’s believed to be only a strain. Wiggins told media that he should be “okay” by his Pro Day on April 1.

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