The NFL calendar is well into the preparations for the 2017 offseason planning, with the upcoming free agency period and the NFL Draft the primary focus. The next major even on that calendar is focused on the Draft, with the Nfl Scouting Combine coming up in just over a week.
The Combine is broken up over several days, with prospects grouped by position. The first three groups, including special teams players, offensive linemen, and running backs, will arrive in Indianapolis on February 28, conducting pre-medical screening, interviews with teams, and orientation. The next day, they will conduct measurements, medical testing, and more interviews. Day three for the group will feature psychological tests, media availability, NFL Players Association meeting, bench press, and team interviews. The fourth and final day will have the on-field position drills, including the 40-yard dash, before players leave Indianapolis.
Each subsequent group will follow the same schedule, with groups four, five, and six, featuring quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends, scheduled to arrive on March 1. The next day will have groups seven, eight, and nine, the defensive line and linebacker groups, arrive. March 3 will have the final two groups, defensive backs in groups ten and eleven, reporting.
The full list of all 330 players who will be attending the Scouting Combine can be found below, broken into their reporting groups.