The NFL Combine wraps up Monday and it's been a busy week for Alabama players. With more invites than any other team in the country, the Crimson Tide has been front and center at Indianapolis. 

Most eyes are on the quarterback position for the upcoming NFL Draft, and many scouts and front office personnel wanted to see Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron workout and throw in person.

After running through the drills, the three-time national champion winner sat down on the set of the NFL Network's coverage of the Combine and discussed how the event has progressed for him and what his strengths are as a player.

"I felt like my play speaks for itself," McCarron told the NFL Network. "I can do anything the team needs to do. If you want me to make the right checks at the line to get us in the right play, no matter if it's run or pass? I can do that. Protection calls? I do all of that."

McCarron entered the week as the fifth-ranked quarterback, according to Mike Mayock of NFL.com.