The second day of 2016 NFL Combine coverage turns to offensive skill players as quarterbacks, tight ends and wide receivers faced the media who have descended on Indianapolis this week.
Although Rick Spielman has openly said that the Vikings won't target a quarterback with a top draft pick, that doesn't mean the media sessions were without a future Viking.
NFL pundits see the Vikings adding another top target – in the draft or free agency – for third-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to help bolster the passing attack.
Three of the top wide receivers in this year's class were among the prospects at the podiums at Lucas Oil Stadium to talk about their combine experience and what they hope to accomplish.
Their next goal will be to hear their name called in April.
Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell is excited for the opportunity to join the NFL ranks and hopes to be in attendance at this year's draft in Chicago. A native of the Chicagoland area, Treadwell hopes to be able to share the big moment close to his hometown with family members. He envisions it'll be a moment that he'll cherish for the rest of his life.
After spending the first part of his collegiate career at quarterback, Ohio State WR Braxton Miller will be a full participant at this year's combine. In addition to running the 40-yard dash and running through drills on Saturday, Miller said he might even do more if he's asked. "I'm going to give it 110 percent. Whatever they need me to do, I'm going to do," Miller said.
A sports hernia surgery will keep Baylor WR Corey Coleman from running at this year's combine. He is instead rehabbing to prepare for his school's pro day later in the process. However, that isn't keeping Coleman from being optimistic about playing as soon as he gets drafted. Even if he doesn't see the field right away on offense, Coleman will do what it takes to get the ball in his hands. "I don't want to be a project," Coleman said. "I want to be a guy that can come in and play off the jump even if it's on punt return, kick return."