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NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis February 19-24
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Predictably, a record 85 underclassmen will be among the 335 players invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis February 19-24... Although players have been notified, the official list has not yet been announced formally, and there are often a few late changes right up until the week of the event.
NFL Combine coverage here: http://www.nfl.com/combine

Combine workout schedule:
Saturday, Feb. 22: Tight ends, offensive linemen, special teams
Sunday, Feb. 23: Quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers
Monday, Feb. 24: Defensive linemen, linebackers
Tuesday, Feb. 25: Defensive backs

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quarterbacks
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*Bortles, Blake, Central Florida
Boyd, Tajh, Clemson
Bridgewater, Theodore (teddy), Louisville
Carr, Derek, Fresno State
Fales, David, San Jose State
Garoppolo, James (jimmy), Eastern Illinois
Lynch, Jordan, Northern Illinois
*Manziel, Johnnyxas A & M
Mathews, Jeffrey (jeff), Cornell
Mc Carron, Raymond (a.j.), Alabama
Mettenberger, Zachary (zach), Louisiana State
Morris, Stephen, Miami
Murray, Aaron, Georgia
Renner, Bryn, North Carolina
Savage, Thomas (tom), Pittsburgh
Shaw, Connor, South Carolina
Thomas, Logan, Virginia Tech
Vaughan, Dustin, West Texas A & M
Wenning, Keith, Ball State
running backs
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Andrews, Antonio, Western Kentucky
Archer, Dri, Kent State
*Atkinson, George, Notre Dame
*Bibbs, Kapri, Colorado State
*Blue, Alfred, Louisiana State
*Carey, Ka'deem, Arizona
Copeland, Javoddron (j.c.), Louisiana State
Cornett, Timothy (tim), Nevada - Las Vegas
*Crowell, Isaiah, Alabama State
Flanders, Timothy, Sam Houston State
Fluellen, David, Toledo
*Freeman, Devonta, Florida State
Gaffney, Tyler, Stanford
Grice, Marion, Arizona State
Hewitt, Ryan, Stanford
*Hill, Jeremy, Louisiana State
Hyde, Carlos, Ohio State
*Johnson, Westleigh (storm), Central Florida
*Josey, Henry, Missouri
*Mason, Tre, Auburn
Mc Kinnon, Jerick, Georgia Southern
Millard, Trey, Oklahoma
*Muema, Adam, San Diego State
Perkins, Ladarius, Mississippi State
Redd, Silas, Southern California
*Sankey, Bishop, Washington
*Seastrunk, Lache, Baylor
Sims, Charles, West Virginia
*Smith, Jerome, Syracuse
Taliaferro, Lorenzo, Coastal Carolina
*Thomas, De'anthony, Oregon
*Westrrance, Towson
White, James, Wisconsin
*Wilder, James, Florida State
Williams, Andre, Boston College
Williams, Damien, Oklahoma
tight ends
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*Amaro, Jace Texas Tech
Blanchflower, Robert (rob), Massachusetts
Burton, Lawrence (trey), Florida
Denham, Anthony (a.d.), Utah
Duncan, Joseph (joe Don), Dixie
*Ebron, Eric, North Carolina
Fedorowicz, Colton (c.j.), Iowa
Gillmore, Crockett, Colorado State
*Grimble, Xavier, Southern California
*Jacobs, Nicholas (nic), Mc Neese State
Jensen, Marcel, Fresno State
Jordan, Reginald (reggie), Missouri Western State
*Leonard, A.c.nnessee State
*Lyerla, Colt, Oregon
Lynch, Arthur, Georgia
*Murphy, Jake, Utah
Najvar, Jordan, Baylor
*Niklas, Troy, Notre Dame
Pedersen, Jacob (jake), Wisconsin
*Rodgers, Richard, California
*Seferian-jenkins, Austin, Washington
Tialavea, Donald (d.j.), Utah State
wide receivers
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Abbrederis, Jared, Wisconsin
*Adams, Davante, Fresno State
*Beckham, Odell, Louisiana State
*Benjamin, Kelvin, Florida State
*Boyd, Christopher, Vanderbilt
Brown, Corey (philly), Ohio State
Brown, John, Pittsburg State
*Bryant, Martavis, Clemson
Burse, Isaiah, Fresno State
Campanaro, Michael, Wake Forest
*Coleman, Brandon, Rutgers
Colter, Theodis (kain), Northwestern
*Cooks, Brandin, Oregon State
Copeland, Damian, Louisville
Davis, Michael (mike) Texas
*Ellington, Bruce, South Carolina
Enunwa, Onochie (quincy), Nebraska
*Evans, Mikexas A & M
Evans, Shaquelle (shaq), Ucla
Fowler, Bennie, Michigan State
*Franklin, Austin, New Mexico State
Gallon, Jeremy, Michigan
Grant, Ryan, Tulane
Hazel, Charles (matt), Coastal Carolina
Herron, Robert, Wyoming
Hoffman, Cody, Brigham Young
Huff, Joshua (josh), Oregon
Hurns, Allen, Miami
Janis, Jeffrey (jeff), Saginaw Valley State
Jones, Tailer (t.j.), Notre Dame
*Landry, Jarvis, Louisiana State
*Latimer, Cody, Indiana
*Lee, Marqise, Southern California
Lucas, Marcus, Missouri
Matthews, Jordan, Vanderbilt
*Moncrief, Donte, Mississippi
Norwood, Kevin, Alabama
Powell, Walter (walt), Murray State
Reesevin, Baylor
*Richardson, Paul, Colorado
*Robinson, Allen, Penn State
Saunders, Jalen, Oklahoma
*Snead, Willie, Ball State
*Stewart, Josh, Oklahoma State
Street, Devin, Pittsburgh
Washington, L'damian, Missouri
*Watkins, Sammy, Clemson
Wilson, Albert, Georgia State
offensive linemen
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Armstrong, Matthew (matt), Grand Valley State
Bitonio, Joel, Nevada
*Bodine, Russell, North Carolina
Boffell, Conor, Iowa
Britt, Justin, Missouri
Dozier, Dakota, Furman
Edwards, Kadeemnnessee State
Feiler, Matt, Bloomsburg
*Flemong, Cameron, Stanford
Fulton, Zachery (zach)nnessee
Groy, Ryan, Wisconsin
Halapio, Jonathan (jon), Florida
Harrison, Jonotthan, Florida
Henderson, Seantrel, Miami
Hurst, James, North Carolina
Ikard, Gabriel (gabe), Oklahoma
Jackson, Gabriel, Mississippi State
James, Ja'wuannnessee
Johnson, Wesley, Vanderbilt
*Kouandijo, Cyrus, Alabama
Larsen, Tyler, Utah State
Leno, Charles, Boise State
Lewan, Taylor, Michigan
Linder, Brandon, Miami
Linsley, Corey, Ohio State
Long, Spencer, Nebraska
Lucas, Cornelius (luke), Kansas State
*Martin, Marcus, Southern California
Martin, Zachary (zack), Notre Dame
Matthews, Jacob (jake)xas A & M
Mewhort, Jack, Ohio State
Moses, Morgan, Virginia
Paradis, Matthew (matt), Boise State
Patchan, Matthew (matt), Boston College
*Richardson, Antonionnessee
Richardson, Cyril, Baylor
Richburg, Weston, Colorado State
*Robinson, Greg, Auburn
Schofield, Michael, Michigan
Steen, Anthony, Alabama
Stone, Jamesnnessee
Stork, Bryan, Florida State
*Su'a-filo, Xavier, Ucla
Swanson, Travis, Arkansas
Thomas, Brandon, Clemson
*Turner, Trai, Louisiana State
Turner, William (billy), North Dakota State
Urschel, John, Penn State
Watt, Christopher (chris), Notre Dame
*Yankey, David, Stanford
defensive linemen
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Carrethers, Ryan, Arkansas State
Clarke, William, West Virginia
*Clowney, Jadeveon, South Carolina
*Crichton, Scott, Oregon State
*Ealy, Kony, Missouri
Edeball, Kasim, Boston College
Enemkpall, Kemefuna (i.k.), Louisiana Tech
Ford, Donald (dee), Auburn
Gayle, Jacon (james), Virginia Tech
Hart, Taylor, Oregon
Jeffcoat, Jacksonxas
*Jernigan, Timmy, Florida State
Jones, Howard, Shepherd
Kerr, Zachariah (zach), Delaware
*Lawrence, Demarcus, Boise State
*Lynch, Aaron, South Florida
Manumaleuna, Eathyn, Brigham Young
Marsh, Cassius, Ucla
Martin, Kareem, North Carolina
Mauro, Joshua (josh), Stanford
Mimsvin, South Florida
Moore, Zachary (zach), Concordia
Newsome, Jonathan, Ball State
*Nix, Louis, Notre Dame
*Pagan, Jeoffrey, Alabama
Ramsey, Kaleb, Boston College
Sam, Michael, Missouri
Smith, Chris, Arkansas
Smith, Marcus, Louisville
Stinson, Edward (ed), Alabama
*Tuitt, Stephon, Notre Dame
*Uko, George, Southern California
Webster, Larry, Bloomsburg
Westbrooks, Ethan, West Texas A & M
defensive tackles
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Bromley, Jason (jay), Syracuse
Coleman, Deandre, California
Donald, Aaron, Pittsburgh
Easley, Dominique, Florida
Ellis, Justin, Louisiana Tech
*Ferguson, Ego, Louisiana State
Hageman, Ra'shede, Minnesota
Hyder, Kerryxas Tech
*Johnson, Anthony, Louisiana State
Jones, Daquan, Penn State
Mc Cullers, Daniel (dan)nnessee
Palepoinny, Utah
Pennel, Michael (mike), Colorado State - Pueblo
*Quarles, Kelcy, South Carolina
Reid, Caralin, Princeton
Stephen, Shamar, Connecticut
Sutton, William (will), Arizona State
Thomas, Robert, Arkansas
Thornton, Khyri, Southern Mississippi
Urban, Brent, Virginia
Whaley, Christopher (chris)xas
Wynn, Kerry, Richmond
linebackers
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Attaochu, Jeremiah (jerry), Georgia Tech
Barr, Anthony, Ucla
Barrow, Lamin, Louisiana State
Borland, Christopher (chris), Wisconsin
Bradford, Carl, Arizona State
Brown, Jonathan, Illinois
Brown, Michael (preston), Louisville
Bullough, Max, Michigan State
*Fortt, Khairi, California
George, Jeremiah, Iowa State
Hitchens, Anthony, Iowa
Hubbard, Adrian, Alabama
Jackson, Andrew (drew), Western Kentucky
Jones, Christian, Florida State
Kennard, Devon, Southern California
Kirksey, Christian (chris), Iowa
Lokombo, Boseko, Oregon
Mack, Khalil, Buffalo
Morris, James, Iowa
Mosley, Clinton (c.j.), Alabama
Murphy, Trenton (trent), Stanford
Pierre-louis, Kevin, Boston College
*Powell, Ronald, Florida
Reilly, Trevor, Utah
*Shazier, Ryan, Ohio State
Shembo, Prince, Notre Dame
Skov, Shayne, Stanford
*Smallwood, Yawin, Connecticut
Smithlvin, Florida State
Starr, Tyler, South Dakota
Tripp, Jordan (jordie), Montana
Unga, Devin (uani'), Brigham Young
Van Noy, Kyle, Brigham Young
Williamson, Avery, Kentucky
Zumwalt, Jordan, Ucla
defensive backs
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Alexander, Maurice (mo), Utah State
Allen, Ricardo, Purdue
Bailey, Dion, Southern California
Belue, Deion, Alabama
Benwikere, Bene', San Jose State
Berhe, Natneal (nat), San Diego State
Boston, Jayestin (tre), North Carolina
*Breeland, Bashaud, Clemson
Brooksrrence, Florida State
Bucannon, Deone, Washington State
Carrie, Travis (t.j.), Ohio
*Clinton-dix, Ha'sean (ha Ha), Alabama
Cockrell, Ross, Duke
Colvin, Aaron, Oklahoma
Davis, Christopher (chris), Auburn
Dennard, Darqueze, Michigan State
Desir, Pierre, Lindenwood
Dixon, Ahmad (a.d.), Baylor
Dixon, Brandon, Northwest Missouri State
*Dowling, Jonathan, Western Kentucky
Exum, Antone, Virginia Tech
Fuller, Kyle, Virginia Tech
Gaines, Edwin (e.j.), Missouri
Gaines, Phillip, Rice
Gilbert, Justin, Oklahoma State
Goodson, Demetri (meech), Baylor
Hal, Andre (dre), Vanderbilt
*Hampton, Victor, South Carolina
Huff, Marqueston, Wyoming
Jackson, Bennett, Notre Dame
James, Kendall, Maine
Jean-baptiste, Stanley (stan), Nebraska
Johnson, Dontae, North Carolina State
Joyner, Lamarcus, Florida State
Ladler, Kenneth (kenny), Vanderbilt
Lawson, Nevin (nevo), Utah State
Lewis, Isaiah, Michigan State
Loston, Craig, Louisiana State
Mc Dougle, Dexter (dex), Maryland
Mc Gill, Keith, Utah
*Mitchell Terrrance, Oregon
Price, Jabari, North Carolina
*Pryor, Calvin, Louisville
*Purifoy, Loucheiz, Florida
Reaser, Keith, Florida Atlantic
*Reynolds, Ed, Stanford
Reynolds, Rashaad, Oregon State
*Roberson, Marcus, Florida
*Roby, Bradley, Ohio State
Sorensen, Daniel, Brigham Young
Southward, Dezmen (dez), Wisconsin
*Sunseri, Vinnie, Alabama
Thomas, Jemea, Georgia Tech
Vereen, Brock, Minnesota
Verrett, Jasonxas Christian
Ward, Jimmie, Northern Illinois
Washington, Todd, Southeastern Louisiana
Watkins, Jaylen, Florida
Westbrooks, Lavelle, Georgia Southern
long snapper
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Heit, Marcus, Kansas State
punters
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Clark, Steven, Auburn
Hocker, Zachary (zach), Arkansas
Hornsey, Thomas (tom), Memphis
Leone, Richard (richie), Houston
Mandell, Cody, Alabama
O'donnell, Patrick (pat), Miami
kickers
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Fera, Anthonyxas
Santos, Cairo, Tulane
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2014 NFL Draft: Combine snubs at each position

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Below are the top Combine snubs at each position, as well as a surprise invitee:

Quarterback – Brett Smith, Wyoming
One of the 13 underclassmen who declared early and didn't receive a Combine invite, Smith doesn't have elite physical tools, but he's an athletic, confident and decisive passer who set numerous school and conference records in college. He needs to develop his decision-making, but is tough, gutsy and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Smith arrived at Wyoming as an underrated recruit and leaves Wyoming as an underrated NFL prospect.

OTHER QB SNUBS: Kenny Guiton (Ohio State), Tommy Rees (Notre Dame), James Franklin (Missouri)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED QB INVITEE: Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M

Running Back – Zach Bauman, North Arizona
Undersized at 5-7 and 196 pounds, Bauman was one of only nine players in FCS history to rush for 1,000+ yards four times, earning All-Big Sky honors each season. He doesn't look like much and lacks a power element, but is quick-footed to make explosive jump cuts and pick his way through the defense. Bauman runs low to the ground with a light lower body to make fast, decisive moves and finish runs.

OTHER RB SNUBS: Brendan Bigelow (California), Darrin Reaves (UAB), Rajion Neal (Tennessee)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED RB INVITEE: Damian Williams, Oklahoma

Wide Receiver – Chandler Jones, San Jose State
After Noel Grigsby went down with an injury, Jones stepped up as the clear-cut No. 1 target for David Fales and the San Jose State offense, finishing the 2013 season with 79 catches for 1,356 yards and 15 receiving scores. He is undersized at 5-9 and 180 pounds, but creates separation with his foot quickness and natural burst and does a nice job finishing catches and creating after the catch.

OTHER WR SNUBS: Alex Amidon (Boston College), Eric Ward (Texas Tech), Erik Lora (Eastern Illinois)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED WR INVITEE: Philly Brown, Ohio State

Tight End/Fullback – Jay Prosch, Auburn
An athletic, smash-mouth blocker, Prosch had just five touches as a senior and zero carries, but he was still a big part of the Tigers offense, helping to create run lanes as a lead blocker. He has an intriguing blend of size, speed, and strength and showed at the Senior Bowl that he has the versatility to help out with the ball in his hands or running over defenders as a blocker.

OTHER TE/FB SNUBS: Gabe Holmes (Purdue), Ted Bolser (Indiana), Kaneakua Friel (BYU)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED TE/FB INVITEE: Colt Lyerla, Oregon

Offensive Line – Kevin Danser, Stanford
Danser, who started all 14 games at right guard each of the last two seasons, needs to learn patience, often overextending himself, but he works hard to finish. He flashes a killer instinct and enjoys mauling defenders in the run game with his physical, competitive nature. Danser has the temperament for the NFL, but needs time to adjust to the speed of the next level and improve his discipline.

OTHER OL SNUBS: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (McGill), Matt Hall (Belhaven), Danny Kistler (Montana)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED OL INVITEE: Corey Linsley, Ohio State

Defensive End – Chaz Sutton, South Carolina
Rushing off the edge opposite Jadeveon Clowney, Sutton totaled the same number of sacks (three) in 2013 as the future 1st rounder. He needs to play more controlled and finish, but he has some intriguing tools to stop the run and disrupt the pocket – he just struggles to do it consistently.

OTHER DE SNUBS: Walker May (Vanderbilt), Ben Gardner (Stanford), Denico Autry (Mississippi State)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED DE INVITEE: Kasim Edebali, Boston College

Defensive Tackle – Bruce Gaston, Purdue
After a notable junior season playing next to Kawann Short, Gaston had a ho-hum senior season as he struggled to adjust to Purdue's new 3-4 defensive scheme. He looks the part and has good snap quickness to attack gaps and keep his hips low to anchor at the point of attack. Gaston had a positive week at the East-West Shrine game and is considered draftable.

OTHER DT SNUBS: Calvin Barnett (Oklahoma State), Wade Keliikipi (Oregon), Beau Allen)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED DT INVITEE: Mike Pennel, Colorado State – Pueblo

Linebacker – Morgan Breslin, USC
A junior college transfer last year, Breslin burst onto the scene with a team-best 13.0 sacks for the Trojans in 2012. However, he battled injuries this past season as a senior, finishing with just 4.5 sacks in five games. Breslin underwent hip surgery in November and might be trying to receive a medical hardship waiver to play in 2014 for the Trojans.

OTHER LB SNUBS: DeDe Lattimore, Shaquil Barrett, Eddie Lackey

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED LB INVITEE: Jordan Tripp, Montana

Cornerback – Shaquille Richardson, Arizona
A tall, long-armed defensive back, Richardson has an intriguing mix of size and speed, which is a very popular combination right now in the NFL. He has enough hip fluidity and foot quickness to play in space and play close to the line of scrimmage in press, but he needs to play with more consistency in coverage and vs. the run. Richardson had a positive week at the East-West Shrine practices and is a surprise omission from the Combine list.

OTHER CB SNUBS: Walt Aikens (Liberty), Carrington Byndom (Texas), Marcus Williams (North Dakota State)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED CB INVITEE: Dexter McDougle, Maryland

Safety – Denicos Allen, Michigan State
A key cog to the Spartan defense that won the Big Ten and Rose Bowl this past season, Allen played mostly linebacker at Michigan State but projects to more of a hybrid safety role at the next level. His “tweener” skill-set creates some concern, but he has the mental make-up and tenacity to play the run and drop in space.

OTHER S SNUBS: Sean Parker (Washington), Alden Darby (Arizona State), Hakeem Smith (Louisville)

PLEASANTLY SURPRISED INVITEE: Nat Berhe, San Diego State
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Thank god it's almost here. This board needs new things to argue about.

I was hoping Lyeria wouldn't get invited and would fall through the cracks. That way we could pick him up as a free agent. He's going to impress someone enough to draft him even with his history.
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i cant wait till manziel upstages blake freaking bortles and that cross dressing bridgewater.

watch manziel prove the haters wrong.

just watch.
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I didn't know one could be proven wrong or right in a combine. No, they can't, I just looked it up.
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Bruce Gaston, Morgan Breslin, DeDe Lattimore, Shaquil Barrett, Walt Aikens (Liberty) left out. Hopefully they'll be adjusted into the UO.
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i cant wait till manziel upstages blake freaking bortles and that cross dressing bridgewater.

watch manziel prove the haters wrong.

just watch.
Nothing anyone does at the combine will "prove" anything. That goes for any player, any position.

Folks that hate "x" now are still going to hate "x" after.
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i cant wait till manziel upstages blake freaking bortles and that cross dressing bridgewater.

watch manziel prove the haters wrong.

just watch.
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Surprise QB invite: Dustin Vaughan

Gonna be huge

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If prosch goes udfa, he's a guy I'd like to pick up.

This is going to be a great off season to pick up young talent.

Can't believe the combine is here so soon.
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Surprise QB invite: Dustin Vaughan

Gonna be huge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGsJ5hpdjqs
He seems to have better throwing motion and footwork than Logan Thomas...
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The first regional combine of the year is this weekend in Houston. A invite-only super regional combine is April 12-13 in Detroit.
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Gonna be huge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGsJ5hpdjqs
Is Vaughan the kid from West A&M? I was under the impression that he was just a camp arm like Yates was at the combine.
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Regional combine gives three NFL long shots their big chance
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Before Saturday's regional combine in Houston, I spent hours combing through stories and videos in an attempt to unearth a diamond in the rough.

Regional combines are full of long shots. They are open to all players who are eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft but were not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, as well as players eligible for previous drafts who have never signed an NFL contract and players who have played professionally in some capacity but have been out of action for a period of time.

Here are three players I tracked closely Saturday morning...
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Date	Location	Facility
February 8-9*	Houston	Methodist Training Center
February 15-16*	New York/New Jersey	Atlantic Health Jets Training Facility
February 22	Los Angeles	Orange Coast College-Lebard Stadium
March 1	        Tampa Bay	Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Facility
March 8-9	Atlanta	Atlanta Falcons Training Facility
March 15	Chicago	Halas Hall at Conway Park
March 22	Miami	Doctors Hospital Training Facility
March 22-23*	Seattle	Virginia Mason Athletic Center
March 29	Indianapolis	Indian Farm Bureau Football Center
March 29-30	Baltimore	Under Armour Performance Center
 
April 12-13	Detroit (SRC-invite only)	Ford Field

*Kickers and Punters Combine (February 9, 16; March 23)
Players must qualify under NFL eligibility rules to be accepted. Players who are eligible for the 2014 Draft as Underclassmen, or players that are under contract to another professional football League are not permitted to attend NFL Regional Combines.

NFL Regional Combines are not fantasy camps. Applicants must meet NFL eligibility rules and be able to perform at a high skill level. The NFL reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any applicant it determines to be unqualified or unfit to compete.
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Gonna be huge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGsJ5hpdjqs
That was awesome, we better bring him into camp.
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Is Vaughan the kid from West A&M? I was under the impression that he was just a camp arm like Yates was at the combine.
I don't think you watched the video.

He's nobody special, just a guy with a good personality. He won't get drafted and will be thankful to be a practice squad guy.

The video is just him being awesome and showing off his "skills".
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Regional Combine: Several pro prospects worthy of attention

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"Eat! Go get some money! Eat!"

That refrain (and numerous variations) were heard during drills throughout Saturday's Regional Combine in Houston as participants in each position group encouraged other participants who were there chasing their dreams of playing in the NFL.

Regional Combines are open to all players who are eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft but were not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, as well as players eligible for previous drafts who have never signed an NFL contract and players who have played professionally in some capacity but have been out of action for a period of time.

Here are noteworthy players and performances from Saturday...
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