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Indianapolis NFL Combine

The NFL's combine is going on this weekend.  I don't read many NFL news websites or draft trackers, and other than former college greats participating, am a little disinterested.

That said, the big stories revolved around Maurice Clarett and Mike Williams.  In short, Maurice apparently interviewed well but ran a lackluster 40 time.  Mike Williams ran about what he was expected.  And thus, there really wasn't much news.

But the combine is one of the end stops in a college player's journey, from high school recruit to signee to enrollee to student-athlete on the team to draft workouts, all-star games, camps, and then the actual draft.  In that sense, the combine is definitely worth discussing on here.

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