Although the on-field portion of the 2012 NFL Combine is still a day away, plenty is happening out in Indianapolis on the second day of this year's event.
On Wednesday, a group of players consisting of the specialists (punter/kickers/long snappers), offensive linemen and tight ends arrived, and they'll be joined by the quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers today.
The Wednesday arrivers will spend the day undergoing measurements, psychological and medical examinations, and interviews with both NFL teams and the media.
Those who arrived Thursday will undergo a hospital pre-exam and X-rays, attend an orientation, and finish the day with interviews with teams.
Amongst those who arrive on Thursday is Temple running back Bernard Pierce, who left the Owls program after a decorated three-year career. He finished his junior season with 1,481 rushing yards, and is considered the fifth best running back prospect in this draft by Mocking The Draft.