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NFL Combine Day 4 guide: Stefon Diggs, Deon Long among wide receivers participating

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Former Terps Stefon Diggs and Deon Long look to enhance their draft stock heading into day 4 of the NFL Combine.

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With just one season of playing experience under its belt, the 2014 rookie wide receiver class has quickly entered the conversation as one of the best to ever come out of a single draft. Mike Evans, Sammy Watkins, Odell Beckham Jr., Kelvin Benjamin, Jarvis Landry and John Brown are some of the names that made immediate impact for their respective teams, and have established a high bar of excellence that scouts and GMs look towards in regards to selecting wide receivers in future drafts.

Former Maryland wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long look to enhance their draft stock with solid performances. Diggs, WO15 in Group 4, will be looking to continue his momentum, after his 10 catches for 138 yard performance against Stanford in the Foster Farms Bowl. Long, WO28 in Group 5, continually impressed coaches during the East West Shrine practices, and led the East team with 4 catches for 29 yards. Many draft experts project Diggs as a 3rd-4th round pick. If Diggs can stay healthy throughout the draft preparation process and perform well today, his stock could vault up to late 2nd-early 3rd round. Long on the other hand is projected as a late-round-UDFA. His speed and impressive workouts could label him as a late-round steal come draft weekend.

In regards to the class of 2015 wide receivers, it may not compare favorably to the class of 2014 top to bottom on paper, but it does boast some pretty impressive skill players that could serve as primary pass catchers for many years to come. Alabama's Amari Cooper, Arizona State's Jaelen Strong, West Virginia's Kevin White and Louisville's Devante Parker headline the group.

Below is the viewing guide and schedule of day 4 of the combine.

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

When: 9 a.m. ET-4 p.m. ET & 4 p.m.-7 p.m. ET

TV: NFL Network

Here is a breakdown of all the participating wide receivers with their group and position number:

# Last name, First name College Group

WO01 Agholor, Nelson Southern Cal 04

WO02 Alford, Mario West Virginia 04

WO03 Anderson, Dres Utah 04

WO04 Bell, Kenny Nebraska 04

WO05 Brown, Da'Ron Northern Illinois 04

WO06 Clay, Kaelin Utah 04

WO07 Coates, Sammie Auburn 04

WO08 Conley, Chris Georgia 04

WO09 Cooper, Amari Alabama 04

WO10 Crowder, Jamison Duke 04

WO11 Daniels, DaVaris Notre Dame 04

WO12 Davis, Devante UNLV 04

WO13 David, Geremy UCONN 04

WO14 Davis, Titus Central Michigan 04

WO15 Diggs, Stefon Maryland 04

WO16 Dorsett, Phillip Miami (FL) 04

WO17 Funchess, Devin Michigan 04

WO18 Goodley, Antwan Baylor 04

WO19 Green-Beckham, Dorial Missouri 04

WO20 Greene, Rashad Florida State 04

WO21 Hall, Rannell Central Florida 04

WO22 Hardy, Justin East Carolina 04

WO23 Harper, Josh Fresno State 05

WO24 Jones, Christion Alabama 05

WO25 Lewis, Dezmin Central Arkansas 05

WO26 Lippett, Tony Michigan State 05

WO27 Lockett, Tyler Kansas State 05

WO28 Long, Deon Maryland 05

WO29 Luckett, Tello Harding 05

WO30 Mayle, Vince Washington St. 05

WO31 McBride, Tre William & Mary 05

WO32 Montgomery, Ty Stanford 05

WO33 Mumphery, Keith Michigan St. 05

WO34 Nelson, J.J. UAB 05

WO35 Parker, DeVante Louisville 05

WO36 Perriman, Breshad Central Florida 05

WO37 Ruffin, Ezell San Diego St. 05

WO38 Smelter, Deandre Georgia Tech 05

WO39 Smith, Devin Ohio State 05

WO40 Strong, Jaelen Arizona St. 05

WO41 Waller, Darren Georgia Tech 05

WO42 White, DeAndrew Alabama 05

WO43 White, Kevin West Virginia 05

WO44 Worthy, Cam East Carolina 05