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Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
A list of participants for the NFL Combine was released on Monday and ten of the players are from LSU.

They are running back Leonard Fournette, center Ethan Pocic, wide receivers Malachi Dupre and Travin Dural, linebackers Kendell Beckwith and Duke Riley, safety Jamal Adams, cornerback Tre'Davious White, defensive tackle Davon Godchaux and end Tashawn Bower. Per The Advocate:
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The Tigers are expected to have as many as three players selected in the first round of the draft, set for April 27-29 in Philadelphia. Fournette and Adams are projected by most as top 15 picks, and White is a first-round selection in some mock drafts.

Pocic, Godchaux, Dupre and Dural are all expected to get drafted in the early to middle rounds. Even a few ex-LSU players who did not land combine invites could see their names called, including defensive end Lewis Neal and defensive back Dwayne Thomas. Riley and Bower are potential late to middle round selections, too.
The NFL combine will take place on Feb. 28-March 6 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Looks like someone at South Carolina left the phone off the hook
Reply4 months
18 for the Big 12? Damn that's MAC/Sunbelt level talent. How much longer can they survive?
Reply4 months
Where's duke
Reply4 months
Going to the NFL combine. Did you just not read it?
4 months
HC87
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Beck is going to be a steal for someone if he falls out of the top 3 rds. Hope he is recovering well, and is ready for summer camp where ever he lands.
Reply4 months
Here we are again at the top of the list and Sean & Mickey are probably out fishing!
Reply4 months
Like I say every year. They'll pass on all these LSU guys only for our divisio rivals to pick them up and they destroy us for the next decade. Deion Jones and Jalen Collins are prime examples!
4 months
Good luck to everyone. Thank you for being Tigers. Geaux get it.
Reply4 months
No surprise. NFLU
Reply4 months
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