The 2012 NFL Combine continues on Monday in Indianapolis, with a nice contrast to Sunday's proceedings. While Sunday showed off the many talented quarterbacks available in the draft, Monday will highlight the men who try to make the lives of quarterbacks a living hell. Defensive linemen and linebackers get put under the microscope on Wednesday, which means four USC Trojans take the stage.
Defensive end Nick Perry headlines the group, which also includes USC defensive linemen DaJohn Harris and Christian Tupou, and linebacker Chris Galippo.
The defensive stalwarts will take part in the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, three cone drill, 20-yard shuttle, and 60-yard shuttle.
Perry has been projected by many to be drafted in the middle of the first round, where he would join All-American left tackle Matt Kalil as a USC first round pick. The Trojans have had 15 first round picks in the last 10 years.
The NFL Combine can be viewed on the NFL Network, and online at NFL.com.
To talk about Perry, Galippo, Harris, and Tupou and USC football, head on over to Conquest Chronicles. To discuss the NFL Combine in general, best to check out Mocking the Draft.