I just got back from Indianapolis this afternoon. The media availability ended on Sunday, so most reporters left Sunday night or Monday morning.
I didn't get a chance to get this on the blog on Sunday, but I recorded some video of Ohio State cornerback Malcolm Jenkins when he talked on Sunday.
Of course, the question everyone involved in the combine wants to know is how fast is Jenkins? We're going to find out on Tuesday, when he runs the 40-yard dash as part of his workout.
Mike Mayock of NFL.com said if Jenkins runs a 4.45 or better he has a shot to solidify a spot as a top-10 pick and lock-down cover corner in the draft. However, if he dips into the 4.5s, then the questions will continue and people will continue to talk about Jenkins converting to a safety.
Mayock ranks Jenkins 16th on his board.
During his interview on Sunday Jenkins said he's pretty confident he'll run under 4.5. If he does, the Seahawks no doubt will consider taking him with the team's No. 4 pick.
Also, B.J. Raji ran a 5.13 in the 40-yard-dash, which is pretty fast for a big guy. I thought he'd a 5.3-5.4 guy. Raji put up 33 reps in the 225-pound bench press workout.
Watch Jenkins talk about the speed issue in this clip I recorded on Sunday.