The NFL announced the 330 prospects that will attend the NFL Combine:
The RSVP's are in.
Three hundred and thirty prospects accepted invitations to participate in the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine later this month at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The first group of players will report Tuesday, Feb. 28 for the week-long audition that includes medical and psychological testing, interviews with NFL clubs, and on-field workouts.
The last part is where fans can tune into drills like the famed 40-yard dash. Here is a look at when each position will work out:
Friday, March 3: Offensive linemen, running backs, special teamers
Saturday, March 4: Quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends
Sunday, March 5: Defensive linemen, linebackers
Monday, March 6: Defensive backs
Last year, all six of the Giants' draft picks attended the combine. Second-round pick Sterling Shepard tied for first among wide receivers in both the bench press (20 reps) and vertical jump (41 inches). Fourth-round pick B.J. Goodson took home the bench press crown for linebackers with 30 reps. Jerell Adams, the Giants' sixth and final draft choice, beat all tight ends in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.64 seconds.
This year, fans will have more access to the combine than ever before.
The NFL Combine Experience will take place March 2-5 at the Indiana Convention Center March, where fans will have the opportunity to watch the bench press and access the media center to view press conferences and interviews. There will also be interactive games, youth football clinics, autograph sessions with NFL legends, and more. If you're interested, check out NFL.com/CombineFMP.
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