The 2023 NFL Combine begins on Monday, February 27, with prospects arriving in their positional groups.
Over the first few days, players will get medical checks, meet with NFL teams,
and take the podium to answer questions from the media. Then on Thursday, March 2, the league will start four days of televised coverage of on-field drills.
This is the latest in a series of articles that will explore the participants at this year’s combine that the Detroit Lions should be keeping a close eye on during positional activities.
If you missed any of our previous installments, check them out here: Quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, and offensive linemen.
One of, if not the biggest need entering the offseason, the Lions should be scouting every available interior defensive lineman.
The Lions have a legitimate starter in Alim McNeill, and his ability to play the 3-technique and the nose tackle spot gives Detroit a huge luxury,
as they have a larger pool of players to choose from, instead of being locked into one position.