Pick three combine risers whose athletic skill set will cause scouts to rate them higher. The combines will elevate these players at least a round higher if not more. My three: Chirs Baker, DE/DT, Hampton: He's under the radar a little bit, but few DEs in the draft possess the size/speed combination that he does. He's at Hampton because he's gotten into two fights in his college career, but he was a really good player--even though his head is a question. If he can interview well at the combine (wonderlic?) then people may give him the benefit of the doubt. Now that many teams are going to a 3-4, this kid has Ty Warren size and speed, a good 3-4 end. What does he have to gain from the combine? Show that he's a reputable human being who made bad decisions in the past. Donald Brown, RB, UConn: Right now he's considered a talented natural runner because of his unbelievable balance and vision. But the knock on him is his size (210 pounds) and his speed (he is thought NOT to have a high gear). At the combine he will show two things: tremendous lower body strength (there's a Youtube video of him squatting ungodly weight) and speed to match all the top end RBs. He's as fast as LeSean McCoy. Domonique Johnson, CB, Jackson State: I've read a little bit on him, and obviously coming from the playoff subdivision, it's hard to really scout how he plays. Some say he has really good flexibility and poise. But I'm predicting his rise simply because he will be the fastest defensive back out there. Last year Tyvon Branch rose quickly up the ranks when he beat all comers in the 40. Johnson is this year's Branch. Some teams just can't stay away from speed.