The NFL Combine is right around the corner and on Wednesday, the league announced the official list of 300+ invitees who will participate.
Which school will send the most players to Indy? Here's the Top 10.
Arkansas Razorbacks (8)
Notable invitees: OT Dan Skipper, TE Jeremy Sprinkle, DE Deatrich Wise
Considering their 7-6 overall record (which included four losses in their final six games), it's a bit surprising to see Bret Bielema's club on this list. Still, the Hogs have plenty of potential future NFL talent and Jeremy Sprinkle is the most intriguing name on their list. As you may remember, Sprinkle is the guy who was suspended from the Belk Bowl after he was caught stealing from a Belk department store.
It's become an annual tradition for the Seminoles to pump out a 10+ win season and then send a bunch of guys to Indy and 2017 is no exception. This group is highlighted by Orange Bowl MVP Dalvin Cook, who should go in the first round.
Ohio State Buckeyes (8)
Notable invitees: LB Raekwon McMillan, RB Curtis Samuel, S Malik Hooker
The Buckeyes won't come close to matching last year's draft haul, which included five first-round picks, but they will send plenty of talent to the combine. McMillan and Hooker are both projected as first-round picks and corner Marshon Lattimore could join them as well.
Both Jackson and Smith-Schuster are the latest in a long line of five-star recruits turned three-and-out college stars for USC, and each should go in the first two rounds of the draft. But the real haul for USC might not come until next year's draft. With a team loaded for a 2017 title run, USC should be even better represented at the 2018 NFL Combine.
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Utah Utes (8)
Notable invitees: OT Garrett Bolles, RB Joe Williams
In a bit of a surprise, the Utes tied USC for most invitees from the Pac-12, with eight. The one most likely to hear his name called early on draft weekend is offensive tackle Garrett Bolles, who played just one season at Utah after transferring from junior college.
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Miami Hurricanes (9)*
Notable invitees: QB Brad Kaaya, TE David Njoku, CB Corn Elder
Notable invitees: DE Myles Garrett, DE Daeshon Hall, S Justin Evans
Before a late-season free-fall, the Aggies were among the top teams in the country and it shows in the group that will head to the combine. Once there, all eyes will be on Garrett, who could be the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
Clemson Tigers (9)
Notable invitees: QB Deshaun Watson, WR Mike Williams, LB Ben Boulware
The recently crowned national champions will lose quite a bit off last season's roster, highlighted by title game hero Deshaun Watson. But it's Williams who will likely be the first Tiger taken off the board on draft night.
LSU Tigers (10)
Notable invitees: RB Leonard Fournette, S Jamal Adams, CB Tre'Davious White
The Tigers had more active players in the NFL than any other college program last season, a trend that should continue in 2017. In terms of the combine, the focus will be on Fournette, who spent the entire 2016 season dealing with a nagging ankle injury.
Alabama Crimson Tide (10)
Notable invitees: DE Jonathan Allen, LB Reuben Foster, TE O.J. Howard
It's a tradition as old as time itself: Alabama competing for a national championship (and often winning it), sending a bunch of guys to the pros and then doing it all over again. This year is no different with Allen, Foster and Howard all projected as first-round picks. Add them in with corner Marlon Humphrey, tackle Cam Robinson and Tim Williams, and it could be a draft day for the ages in Tuscaloosa.
Credit goes to both Brady Hoke for recruiting all these kids to Michigan and Jim Harbaugh for developing them into NFL-caliber talent. Either way, Michigan's 14 invitees is by far the most for any college this season.