Initial NFL Scouting Combine Invitation List

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Kellen Moore Needs an impressive combine, who else?


CBS Rob Rang was able to get the intial invitation list for the combine. This list only includes Seniors as of right now and I can’t personally verify any of this information, but Rang is a very reliable source.

Here is the breakdown:


  • BJ Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga
  • Aaron Corp, Richmond
  • Kirk Cousins, Michigan State
  • Nick Foles, Arizona
  • Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois
  • Case Keenum, Houston
  • Ryan Lindley, San Diego State
  • Kellen Moore, Boise State
  • Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M
  • Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State
  • Russell Wilson, Wisconsin
  • Patrick Witt, Yale

Of these players Russel Wilson, Brandon Weeden, Nick Foles, Kirk Cousins have a chance of being drafted on day two. Ryan Tannehill could be drafted on day one.

Name to watch: Chandler Harnish. a favorite here at NFLmocks could make a name for himself.

I’m not the biggest fan of Kellen Moore, but I do think Case Keenum is worth a chance at some point on day three.

Running back:

  • Vick Ballard, Mississippi State
  • Brandon Bolden, Mississippi
  • Jeff Demps, Florida
  • Terrance Ganaway, Baylor
  • Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M
  • Jonas Gray, Notre Dame
  • Dan Herron, Ohio State
  • Doug Martin, Boise State
  • Alfred Morris, Florida Atlantic
  • Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati
  • Tauren Poole, Tennessee
  • Chris Rainey, Florida
  • Marc Tyler, Southern Cal
  • Fozzy Whittaker, Texas

The two best running backs here are Isaiah Pead and Doug Martin. Terrance Ganaway had a huge bowl game and if he can show better than anticipated burst and speed could see a real signiciant increase in his draft stock. Right now he’s probably a round four or five pick.

Tight End:

  • Michael Egnew, Missouri
  • Coby Fleener, Stanford
  • Ladarius Green, Louisianna-Lafayette
  • James Hanna, Oklahoma
  • Cory Harkey, UCLA
  • Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts-Amhurst
  • David Paulson, Oregon
  • Deangelo Peterson, LSU
  • Nick Provo, Syracuse
  • Evan Rodriguez, Temple

Michael Egnew needs a big pre-draft process. LaDarius Green has a wold of ability and will be a workout warrior at the combine.

Wide receiver:

  • Joe Adams, Arkansas
  • Travis Benjamin, Miami
  • Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech
  • Lavonn Brazill, Ohio
  • Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
  • Danny Coale, Virginia Tech
  • Josh Cooper, Oklahoma State
  • Juron Criner, Arizona
  • B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State
  • Pat Edwards, Houston
  • Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
  • Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M
  • T.J. Graham, North Carolina State
  • Junior Hemingway, Michigan
  • TY Hilton, Florida International
  • AJ Jenkins, Illinois
  • Dwight Jones, North Carolina
  • Marvin Jones, California
  • Keshawn Martin, Michigan State
  • Rishard Mathews, Nevada
  • Marquis Maze, Alabama
  • Marvin McNutt, Iowa
  • Kashif Moore, Connecticut
  • Chris Owusu, Stanford
  • Devier Posey, Ohio State
  • Brian Quick, Appalachian State
  • Gerell Robinson, Arizona State
  • Nick Toon, Wisconsin
  • Jordan White, Western Michigan
  • Jarius Wright, Arkansas
  • Kendall Wright, Baylor
  • Devon Wylie, Fresno State

Jeff Fuller and Juron Criner need huge combines. Their stock has dropped throughout the season.

Offensive linemen:

  • Mike Adams, Ohio State
  • Jeff Allen, Illinois
  • Justin Anderson, Georgia
  • Tony Bergstrom, Utah
  • James Brown, Troy
  • Tom Compton, South Dakota
  • Andrew Datko, Florida State
  • Taylor Dever, Notre Dame
  • Cordy Glenn, Georgia
  • Lamar Holmes, Southern Mississippi
  • Marcel Jones, Nebraska
  • Senio Kelemete, Washington
  • Ronald Leary, Memphis
  • Matt McCants, Alabama-Birmingham
  • Brandon Mosley, Auburn
  • Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin
  • Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State
  • Nate Potter, Boise State
  • Matt Reynolds, BYU
  • Zebrie Sanders, Florida State
  • Mitchell Schwartz, California
  • Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State
  • Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma
  • Dustin Waldron, Portland State
  • Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina
  • Markus Zusevics, Iowa

Zebrie Sanders, Cordy Glenn and Mike Adams could all solidfy a first round grade with a huge combine. Florida State’s Andrew Datko needs to show that he is healthy to regain a day two grade.

Defense continued on the next page

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