Best of Day 4 at NFL combine: Top risers, how best prospects fared

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The final day of the NFL combine brought us workouts from the 2018 draft's defensive backs, and they didn't disappoint.

ESPN NFL draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. recaps how the best prospects fared, while Scouts Inc. analyst Steve Muench breaks down the under-the-radar prospects who are rising up draft boards.

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How best prospects fared | Biggest risers | Day 3 notes | Day 2 notes | Day 1 notes

What was the biggest takeaway from workouts?

Kiper: This cornerback class is really close after Denzel Ward. The Ohio State defender -- read more about him below -- could go in the top 10, but the next corner off the board will depend on scheme fits and who each team thinks is the best player available. There's no clear No. 2 corner. I hit on a few of the candidates in the next section.

How the top prospects fared

Here's how the potential first-round picks from this group performed on Day 4 of workouts:

Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State

Kiper's position rank: No. 1