The NFL combine is over. It didn't go too well for Akeem Ayers. He still has time though as he can shine during UCLA Pro Day. He will still likely be a first round pick because the potential based on his raw talent is too much for teams to ignore.
No such issues for Rahim, who had a good combine.
Locked in as the top safety in the draft coming in, his solid workout did nothing to dissuade that opinion. Moore put up solid numbers in the athletic drills while showing excellent footwork and fluidity in defensive back drills. He caught the ball exceptionally well and is one of the more natural centerfielder-type safeties in this year's class.
Rahim appears to have cemented his position as the draft's top safety:
UCLA S Rahim Moore looked good in position drills, showing quick feet and more fluid hips than expected. He was technically sound when turning and running, and just like on film Moore tracked the ball very well.
Here are some of his comments from the combine talking about analyzing film:
Good luck to both Rahim and Akeem.