2015 NFL Scouting Combine: D.j Humphries to No. 1

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Sep 6, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators offensive linesman D.J. Humphries (70) works out prior to the game against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

By shining in the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, Florida Gators left tackle D.J. Humphries has upped his draft stalk. Humphries entered the draft early this year after being told by the NFL Draft Advisory Board he should stay in school. The advisory board’s is either first round, second round, or stay in school.

But Humphries didn’t agree, saying of his decision to the Charlotte Observer.com, “I took it as a challenge almost. They told me I should come back so I’m going to show them why I should come out.” He opened up at the bottom of the NFL scouting media’s draft boards and made his way up.

The most common questions the NFL scouting world had on him was his size and his strength. It also didn’t help that he was was injured at points and didn’t get to produce as much tape as some of the others. But there’s always the combine, where the scouts can expose any technical or athletic flaw you have but Humphries showed strengths.

Turn the page to see a summery of how he made his money at the combine.

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