INDIANAPOLIS, In--For seven days Indianapolis is the center of the National Football League universe.
It's the annual combine which brings college hopefuls, NFL coaches and gm's and the media together for a week.
It's more than just 40 yard dashes and Wunderlick tests.
This is a critical week for new coaching staffs, like Andy Reid in Kansas City.
Reid's in Indy armed with a laundry list of needs and the number one pick in the NFL draft.
He says don't automatically think it's going to be a quarterback.
"Most of the questions have been asked about the quarterback position," said Chiefs coach Andy Reid. "But it's important that we go through and evaluate everybody. When you have that number one, you don't go for need. You go for who the best player is. Or who you preceive the best player to be. And then put him in there and that's who you go with.."