Running backs and offensive lineman worked out in front of hundreds of NFL scouts, as defensive lineman and linebackers spoke in front of the media Friday.
Here are 10 of the top tweets from the first day of workouts at the 2016 NFL Combine:
The NFL tweeted out the league's tracker for all of Friday's results.
Running back Keith Marshall out of the University of Georgia had the fastest 40-yard dash time of the day.
Running back Daniel Lasco of the University of California drew comparisons to Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine with his jumping ability.
Nick Martin of Notre Dame and a few of the other offensive line prospects checked in after finishing up their workouts for the day.
Another linebacker from UCLA in this year's draft class looks to follow in the footsteps of Vikings Eric Kendricks and Anthony Barr.
One college basketball player not in Indianapolis eyes a future in the NFL as a tight end, according to ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter.
Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre competed in the combine 25 years ago.
Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott wore cleats to support a good cause during his combine workout.
Chad Greenway shared his thoughts on his NFL Combine experience.