The first major step of the NFL draft process is complete. Here's who "lost" at this year's NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
1. Will Sutton: With fellow big guys tearing it up, Sutton disappointed with a 5.36 40-yard dash. In his defense, he's 303 pounds. But that might be the problem.
2. Cyrus Kouandjio: "Sluggish, slow and totally unprepared," according to DraftInsider.net's Tony Pauline. He's having knee problems, which could cost him a chance to be drafted on the first two days.
3. Ka'Deem Carey: An ugly 4.70 40-yard dash and he struggled in pass-catching drills. That's trouble for a prospect who plays a position that is losing value each year.
4. Dee Ford: While his rival, Jadeveon Clowney, tore it up, he was a medical scratch due to back issues.
5. Allen Robinson: With guys like Brandin Cooks, Odell Beckham and Mike Evans performing well, he struggled with a 4.60 40.
6. Michael Sam: As good as he was with the media, Sam struggled on the field. His 4.91 40-yard dash was slower than expected, his 17 reps at bench press was tied for the second-worst mark at that position, and he was tied for 39th with a 25.5-inch vertical jump.
7. Antonio Richardson: Not only was his workout disappointing, but now there are concerns from a medical standpoint that have some thinking he may have to "redshirt" as a rookie.
8. Tajh Boyd: The Clemson quarterback's stock has been dropping like a rock, and a 4.84 40-yard dash won't help.
9. Jarvis Landry: He was the Combine's slowest receiver by quite a wide margin while also struggling with his jumps.
10. Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Only 20 reps on his bench press, and then he was pulled before he had a chance to participate in on-field drills due to medical red flags.
For more on the winners and losers from Indy, check out Brad Gagnon's in-depth breakdown at Bleacher Report.