Milliner rose, Moore fell
Los Angeles Times
The biggest winner at the combine was Alabama's Dee Milliner, who ran sizzling times of 4.31 and 4.37 in the 40, cementing his position as the top cornerback in this class. Coming into the combine, there were questions about whether he has elite speed. Answered. The Lions will have a difficult time passing on him with the fifth pick.
At the opposite end is Texas A&M;'s Damontre Moore, who came in as a top defensive end prospect but ran just one 40 — a lumbering 4.95 — then passed on a second because his hamstrings were tight. He bench pressed 225 pounds...