Draft risers from Day 2 of the NFL combine

Ross' 40-time could boost him into top 15 in draft (1:18)

Todd McShay and Louis Riddick put into perspective what John Ross' record-setting 40 time at the combine means for his draft position. (1:18)

INDIANAPOLIS -- Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends took the field for workouts on Day 2 of the 2017 NFL combine in Indianapolis. There was no shortage of speed and explosiveness on display from the pass-catchers, which included a loaded tight end group and Washington wideout John Ross blazing a 4.22 40-yard dash and breaking Chris Johnson's previous record of 4.24.

Here are a few other prospects from all three groups who boosted their stock on Day 2, starting with a QB who could be moving up draft boards.