With the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine around the corner, the NFL released its list of invitations for the four-day event, which will be held in Indianapolis.
This year, 332 college prospects will try to impress NFL scouts and executives as they put their talents on display at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Here's a breakdown of the players invited; the full list can also be viewed, here.
173 Offensive Players
33 Running backs and Fullbacks
47 Offensive linemen
19 Tight ends
58 Wide Outs
148 Defensive Players
59 Defensive linemen
11 Special Teams Players
2 Long Snappers
The Bay Area will be well represented at the Combine with a total of seven players from Cal (three) and Stanford (four). Here's a look at who will be participating.
Wide out Chad Hansen
Long snapper Bradley Northnagel
Quarterback Davis Webb
Running back Christian McCaffrey
Wide out Michael Rector
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Defensive lineman Solomon Thomas
Kicker Conrad Ukropina
Among the group, McCaffrey is the standout talent, and has been highly touted as one of the premier talents in the 2017 NFL Draft. In 2015, the former Stanford Cardinal was in the running for the Heisman Trophy after breaking Barry Sander's single-season record with 2,664 all-purpose yards.
On the Cal side, Webb recently put on a show at the Reese's Senior Bowl, and had a decent season for the Golden Bears where he put up 4,295 passing yards and 37 touchdowns.
For more information, here's a look at the NFL Combine Preview.