Full Combine Player List with College Information

The NFL announced today a list of 332 prospects it has invited to the 2016 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Combine will take place from February 23 to February 29.

Sports news sources say all three of the Round 1 quarterback prospects – Jared Goff, Paxton Lynch, and Carson Wentz -plan on participating at the Combine.

People assuming that Nick Saban wins because he has the most talent have an argument on his behalf. Ohio State has the most players attending with 14. Notre Dame has the second-most prospects expected to show up, with 10.

The Combine is a chance to wow teams with athletic talent, as a few workout warriors increase their draft status every year. Ladanian Tomlinson went from a productive college player expected to go in the 2nd round to a Top 5 pick, because his 40-time was world class.

Vontaze Burfict dropped from a potential 1st Day pick to undrafted, because his 40-time was awful and his interviews were even worse. The NFL Combine is a huge chance to distinguish oneself, though it leads to mistakes from teams who fall in love with a player’s statistics — and don’t watch enough game film.

The 2016 NFL Draft takes place from April 28 to April 30. The draft has 256 picks this year. One can expect more than half of the players on this list will be drafted, though many will not be.

Quarterbacks

Brandon Allen – Arkansas
Brandon Doughty – Western Kentucky
Cardale Jones – Ohio State
Carson Wentz – North Dakota State
Christian Hackenberg – Penn State
Cody Kessler – USC
Connor Cook – Michigan State
Dak Prescott – Mississippi State
Jacoby Brissett – NC State
Jared Goff – Cal
Jeff Driskel – Louisiana Tech
Joel Stave – Wisconsin
Josh Woodrum – Liberty
Kevin Hogan – Stanford
Nate Sudfeld – Indiana
Paxton Lynch – Memphis
Trevone Boykin – TCU
Vernon Adams – Oregon

Running Backs: Halfbacks

Alex Collins – Arkansas
Brandon Wilds – South Carolina
C.J. Prosise – Notre Dame
Devontae Booker – Utah
DeAndre Washington – Texas Tech
Devon Johnson – Marshall
Daniel Lasco – Cal
Derrick Henry – Alabama
Ezekiel Elliott – Ohio State
Jonathan Williams – Arkansas
Josh Ferguson – Illinois
Jordan Howard – Indiana
Kenneth Dixon – Louisiana Tech
Kenyan Drake – Alabama
Keith Marshall – Georgia
Kelvin Taylor – Florida
Marshaun Coprich – Illinois State
Peyton Barber – Auburn
Paul Perkins – UCLA
Shad Thornton – NC State
Tra Carson – Texas A&M
Tre Madden – USC
Tyler Ervin – San Jose State
Wendell Smallwood – West Virginia

Running Backs: Fullbacks

Glenn Gronkowski – Kansas State
Quayvon Hicks – Georgia
Andy Janovich – Nebraska
Soma Vainuku – USC
Dan Vitale – Northwestern

Wide receivers

Alonzo Russell – Toledo
Aaron Burbridge – Michigan State
Bralon Addison – Oregon
Byron Marshall – Oregon
Braxton Miller – Ohio State
Charone Peake – Clemson
Chris Moore – Cincinnati
Chris Brown – Notre Dame
Corey Coleman – Baylor
Cody Core – Ole Miss
Cayleb Jones – Arizona
De’Runnya Wilson – Mississippi State
Devon Cajuste – Stanford
DeMarcus Ayers – Houston
Demarcus Robinson – Florida
D’haquille Williams – Auburn
D.J. Foster – Arizona State
Geronimo Allison – Illinois
Hunter Sharp – Utah State
Jalin Marshall – Ohio State
Jordan Payton – UCLA
Johnny Holton – Cincinnati
Josh Doctson – TCU
Kenny Lawler – Cal
Keyarris Garrett – Tulsa
Kolby Listenbee – TCU
Leonte Carroo – Rutgers
Laquon Treadwell – Ole Miss
Mekale McKay – Cincinnati
Malcolm Mitchell – Georgia
Marquez North – Tennessee
Michael Thomas – Ohio State
Nelson Spruce – Colorado
Pharoh Cooper – South Carolina
Rashawn Scott – Miami (FL)
Rashard Higgins – Colorado State
Ricardo Louis – Auburn
Roger Lewis – Bowling Green
Sterling Shepard – Oklahoma
Tajae Sharpe – UMass
Trevor Davis – California
Tyler Boyd – Pittsburgh
Will Fuller – Notre Dame

Tight Ends

Austin Hooper – Stanford
Beau Sandland – Montana State
Ben Braunecker – Harvard
Bryce Williams – East Carolina
David Grinnage – NC State
David Morgan – UTSA
Hunter Henry – Arkansas
Jake McGee – Florida
Jerell Adams – South Carolina
Nick Vannett – Ohio State
Ryan Malleck – Virginia Tech
Stephen Anderson – Cal
Thomas Duarte – UCLA
Temarrick Hemingway – South Carolina State
Tyler Higbee – Western Kentucky

Offensive Linemen: Centers

Austin Blythe – Iowa
Evan Boehm – Missouri
Jake Brendel – UCLA
Jack Allen – Michigan State
Graham Glasgow – Michigan
Ryan Kelly – Alabama
Matt Skura – Duke
Max Tuerk – USC

Offensive Guards

Joe Cheek – Texas A&M
Joe Dahl – Washington State
Vadal Alexander – LSU
Spencer Drango – Baylor
Parker Ehinger – Cincinnati
Joshua Garnett – Stanford
Darrell Greene – San Diego State
Germain Ifedi – Texas A&M
Dominick Jackson – Alabama
Nila Kasitati – Oklahoma
Connor McGovern – Missouri
Nick Martin – Notre Dame
Rees Odhiambo – Boise State
Alex Redmond – UCLA
Isaac Seumalo – Oregon State
Sebastian Tretola – Arkansas
Chris Westerman – Arizona
Cody Whitehair – Kansas State

Offensive Tackles

Laremy Tunsil – Ole Miss
Halapoulivaati Vaitai – TCU
Avery Young – Auburn
Pearce Slater – San Diego State
Jason Spriggs – Indiana
Ronnie Stanley – Notre Dame
John Theus – Georgia
Joe Thuney – North Carolina State
Cole Toner – Harvard
Brandon Shell – South Carolina
Dominique Robertson – West Georgia
Kyle Murphy – Stanford
Stephane Nembot – Colorado
Denver Kirkland – Arkansas
Alex Lewis – Nebraska
Joe Haeg – North Dakota State
Jerald Hawkins – LSU
Tyler Johnstone – Oregon
Willie Beavers – Western Michigan
Caleb Benenoch – UCLA
Le’Raven Clark – Texas Tech
Shon Coleman – Auburn
Jack Conklin – Michigan State
Fahn Cooper – Ole Miss
Taylor Decker – Ohio State
Tyler Marz – Wisconsin

Defensive Tackles

Andrew Billings – Baylor
Austin Johnson – Penn State
Chris Jones – Mississippi State
Darius Latham – Indiana
Jonathan Bullard – Florida
Vernon Butler – Louisiana Tech
Kenny Clark – UCLA
Maliek Collins – Nebraska
Sheldon Day – Notre Dame
Adam Gotsis – Georgia Tech
Javon Hargrave – South Carolina State
Joel Heath – Michigan State
Willie Henry – Michigan
Matt Ioannidis – Temple
Quinton Jefferson – Maryland
Nile Lawrence-Stample – Florida State
Luther Maddy – Virginia Tech
Chris Mayes – Georgia
Sheldon Rankins – Louisville
D.J. Reader – Clemson
Jarran Reed – Alabama
Hassan Ridgeway – Texas
A’Shawn Robinson – Alabama
DeVaunte Sigler – Jacksonville State
Robert Nkemdiche – Ole Miss
Lawrence Thomas – Michigan State
Vincent Valentine – Nebraska
Jihad Ward – Illinois
Adolphus Washington – Ohio State
Antwaun Woods – USC
Connor Wujciak – Boston College
Anthony Zettel – Penn State

Defensive Ends

Ronald Blair – Appalachian State
Joey Bosa – Ohio State
DeForest Buckner – Oregon
Kamalei Correa – Boise State
James Cowser – Southern Utah
Kevin Dodd – Clemson
Jason Fanaika – Utah
Branden Jackson – Texas Tech
Matt Judon – Grand Valley State
Ufomba Kamalu – Miami (FL)
Bronson Kaufusi – BYU
Alex McCalister – Florida
Mehdi Abdesmad – Boston College
Sterling Bailey – Georgia
Jimmy Bean – Oklahoma State
Carl Nassib – Penn State
Giorgio Newberry – Florida State
Dadi Nicolas – Virginia Tech
Shawn Oakman – Baylor
Emmanuel Ogbah – Oklahoma State
Romeo Okwara – Notre Dame
Drew Ott – Iowa
Shilique Calhoun – Michigan State
D.J. Pettway – Alabama
Charles Tapper – Oklahoma
Ron Thompson – Syracuse
Shaq Lawson – Clemson
Dean Lowry – Northwestern

Inside Linebackers

Dominique Alexander – Oklahoma
Steven Daniels – Boston College
Josh Forrest – Kentucky
C.J. Johnson – Ole Miss
Raphael Kirby – Miami (FL)
Nick Kwiatkoski – West Virginia
Blake Martinez – Stanford
Cassanova McKinzy – Auburn
Antonio Morrison – Florida
Jared Norris – Utah
Joshua Perry – Ohio State
Reggie Ragland – Alabama
Terrance Smith – Florida State
Nick Vigil – Utah State
Scooby Wright III – Arizona

Outside Linebackers

Devante Bond – Oklahoma
Kentrell Brothers – Missouri
Beniquez Brown – Mississippi State
De’Vondre Campbell – Minnesota
Su’a Cravens – USC
Kyler Fackrell – Utah State
Travis Feeney – Washington
Leonard Floyd – Georgia
Kris Frost – Auburn
B.J. Goodson – Clemson
Myles Jack – UCLA
Jordan Jenkins – Georgia
Deion Jones – LSU
Darron Lee – Ohio State
Cory Littleton – Washington
Steve Longa – Rutgers
Curt Maggitt – Tennessee
Tyler Matakevich – Temple
Yannick Ngakoue – Maryland
Victor Ochi – Stony Brook
Montese Overton – East Carolina
Gionni Paul – Utah
Joe Schobert – Wisconsin
Jaylon Smith – Notre Dame
Noah Spence – Eastern Kentucky
Eric Striker – Oklahoma
Stephen Weatherly – Vanderbilt

Strong Safeties

LaMarcus Brutus – Florida State
Miles Killebrew – Southern Utah
Jordan Lucas – Penn State
Keanu Neal – Florida
Tevin Carter – Utah
Jeremy Cash – Duke
Sean Davis – Maryland

Free Safeties

Vonn Bell – Ohio State
Kavon Frazier – Central Michigan
T.J. Green – Clemson
Derrick Kindred – TCU
Jordan Lomax – Iowa
Justin Simmons – Boston College
A.J. Stamps – Kentucky
Tyvis Powell – Ohio State
Jalen Mills – LSU

Safeties – Tweeners

Deon Bush – Miami (Fla.)
K.J. Dillon – Maryland
Deiondre’ Hall – Northern Iowa
DeAndre Houston-Carson – William & Mary
Karl Joseph – West Virginia
Jayron Kearse – Clemson
Elijah Shumate – Notre Dame
Darian Thompson – Boise State

Cornerbacks

Anthony Brown – Purdue
Artie Burns – Miami (FL)
Brandon Williams – Texas A&M
Briean Boddy-Calhoun Minnesota
Cleveland Wallace – San Jose State
Cyrus Jones – Alabama
DeAndre Elliott – Colorado State
De’Vante Harris – Texas A&M
D.J. White – Georgia Tech
Daryl Worley – West Virginia
Eli Apple – Ohio State
Eric Murray – Minnesota
Harlan Miller – Southeastern Louisiana
James Bradberry – Samford
Jimmy Pruitt – San Jose State
Jalen Ramsey – Florida State
Jonathan Jones – Auburn
Juston Burris – NC State
Ken Crawley – Colorado
Kendall Fuller – Virginia Tech
Kevin Peterson – Oklahoma State
Kevon Seymour – USC
Keivarae Russell – Notre Dame
Leshaun Sims – Southern Utah
Mackensie Alexander – Clemson
Maurice Canady – Virginia
Rashard Robinson – LSU
Ryan Smith – North Carolina Central
Tavon Young – Temple
Taveze Calhoun – Mississippi State
Vernon Hargreaves – Florida
Will Redmond – Mississippi State
William Jackson III – Houston
Xavien Howard – Baylor
Zack Sanchez – Oklahoma

Long Snapper

Jimmy Landes – Baylor

Field Goal Kickers

Roberto Aguayo – Florida State
Brad Craddock – Maryland
Ka’imi Fairbairn – UCLA
Marshall Koehn – Iowa
John Lunsford – Liberty
Jaden Oberkrom – TCU

Punters

Riley Dixon – Syracuse
Lac Edwards – Sam Houston State
Tom Hackett – Utah
Drew Kaser – Texas A&M
Will Monday – Duke
Nick O’Toole – West Virginia

That is the full list of 332 players invited to the NFL Combine for 2016. Players might decline, due to injuries or agent advice. New players might be invited by the NFL to replace them. By and large, this should be a comprehensive list.

As information emerges from the 2016 NFL Combine, I’ll provide updates and analysis.