By Zach Royse and Chris Corso
The first day of the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine was Wednesday in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Vikings General Manger Rick Spielman kicked off a busy day an interview with beat reporters at 8 a.m. CT, and spoke at the podium at 11:30 a.m.
Here are 10 of the top tweets around the NFL during day one in Indianapolis:
Top quarterbacks will throw in front of teams at the Combine this year.
It's a rarity, but the top QBs are set to throw for scouts at #NFLCombine this year — Wentz, Goff, Lynch, Cook, Hackenberg, Prescott, Jones— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 23, 2016
A decision has yet to be made on a familiar face within the NFC North.
Bob Quinn said Calvin still hasn't made a decision on his retirement and there is no deadline imposed on him to make a decision.— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) February 24, 2016
With so many people in one area, it’s hard for everybody to be in agreement. But there is one thing about this year’s class that everybody seems to believe.
One consistent theme in talking to NFL people: this is regarded as a really good, really deep draft overall.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 24, 2016
One early entry prospect opened up about why he decided to forgo his senior season.
Peyton Barber: Auburn RB Says Mother's Homelessness Contributed to NL Draft Entry https://t.co/MtRhPqGeP3— The Big Lead (@thebiglead) February 24, 2016
Spielman spent time on Radio Row today to discuss one of his former first-round picks.
The offensive linemen were among the players that spoke to the media today and some of them were very blunt about their intentions on the field.
Quote of the day from Stanford G Joshua Garnett on blocking in space: "Just try to run through their soul." #NFLCombine— Deepi Sidhu (@DeepSlant) February 24, 2016
There are 331 prospects in Indianapolis this week for the NFL Combine and they’re all gunning for that number one spot.
Which prospects have the biggest and smallest hands at the NFL Combine?
#NFLCombine RB measurements— CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) February 24, 2016
Biggest hands (tie): Ezekiel Elliott, Brandon Wilds (10 1/4)
Smallest hands: Kelvin Taylor (8 1/4)
Derrick Henry from Alabama likes watching Adrian Peterson
Derrick Henry doesn't compare himself to any other RB, "but I there are players that I like watching. I like watching Marshawn Lynch & AP."— CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) February 24, 2016
Roster moves are being made by some teams on the first day of the Combine.