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NFL Draft Coverage

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Ohio State DE Nick Bosa (core muscle injury) will participate at the combine.

Fantasy Impact: Per Rapoport, Bosa is healthy and ready to participate in all the drills at the combine in Indianapolis. He was healing from a core muscle injury suffered during his tenure at Ohio State. Bosa is a strong candidate to be selected No. 1 overall in April's draft.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Alabama RB Josh Jacobs (groin) will be limited at the combine with a groin injury. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jabos is dealing with a lingering groin injury that will limit him at the combine in Indianapolis. Per Rapoport, the injury is "nothing major," but it will knock him out of several drills.

In a recent social media post, NFL Draft analyst Matt Miller said that he sees "too much" of Michael Thomas and Alshon Jeffery in Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown, (Source: Matt Miller on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Miller also stated that he "might have to bump this dude [Brown] to WR1." While he is currently overshadowed by Ole Miss teammate D.K. Metcalf entering draft season, Brown was actually the more productive player in college with his team-leading 85/1,320/6 stat line and could take a tremendous leap with a strong showing at the combine. If Brown could showcase top-end speed and create separation, Miller believes " there's absolutely a chance he's the first wideout off the board in 2019."

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown underwent surgery last month to repair a LisFranc injury that will prevent him from participating at the NFL Scouting Combine and his Pro Day. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Brown's surgery repaired an injury suffered in the National Championship Game. And although he will miss the NFL Scouting Combine and Oklahoma's Pro Day, Schefter reports that he is "expected to be ready for summer training camp." Despite the setback, Brown is still expected to be a day-one selection in the 2019 NFL Draft in April.