For many collegiate players, the next step after their eligibility ends at their respective schools is the NFL Scouting Combine held annually in Indianapolis. It is here where scouts and officials from all 32 NFL teams will measure strength, quickness, speed and other intangibles as they try and find the next great draft steal.
The University of Utah led the regional schools with a whopping eight invitees to the event which takes place from February 28 through March 6.
The Utes invited include safety Marcus Williams, offensive tackle Sam Tevi, defensive lineman Pita Taumoepenu, center J.J. Dielman, running back Joe Williams, defensive back Brian Allen, offensive guard Isaac Asiata and offensive tackle Garett Bolles.
The Wyoming Cowboys will have two players at attendance with center Chase Rollier and running back Brian Hill
BYU also has two players invited with linebacker Harvy Langi and running back Jamaal Williams scheduled to workout.
Finally, Boise State will also have two players with running back Jeremy McNichols and linebacker Tanner Vallejo.
Utah State did not have any players invited to this year’s NFL Combine.
Click here for the full listing of players who will make up the 2017 NFL Draft which takes place at the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia on April 27.