1) Texas WR Marquise Goodwin
Goodwin is my leading candidate to create the most buzz with his combine performance. He won the long jump title at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials (27 feet, 4.25 inches) before finishing 10th in the London Olympics. He is obviously going to jump extremely well in Indianapolis and I won't be shocked if he sneaks under 4.30 in the 40-yard dash.
2) Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson
Before moving to offensive tackle at Oklahoma, Johnson lined up as a quarterback, tight end and defensive end. He is incredibly athletic for a 300-pounder and he's been timed in the 4.7s. He had a dominant week at the Senior Bowl and the buzz should continue to build when he posts some eye-popping numbers at the combine.
3) Missouri LB Zaviar Gooden
Gooden really helped his stock with a solid Senior Bowl performance. Now he's going to get a chance to really wow evaluators with his speed and explosiveness. Last spring, NFL scouts timed Gooden at 4.39 and he's also posted a 40-inch vertical during his time in the Missouri strength program. He is expected to post around 30 reps on the 225-pound bench test.