2019 NFL Combine: Position-by-position list of all the players attending 

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The top prospects of the 2019 NFL Draft class will report to Indianapolis on Feb. 26 for the annual NFL Scouting Combine.

The week-long event gives NFL scouts, general managers and head coaches the opportunity to interview prospects of their choice and evaluate them in person as they are put through a series of physical tests that show their measurables.

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When trying to put together full portfolios of each prospect, the combine serves as a vital part of the overall evaluation.

Atlanta currently holds the No. 14 overall pick in the draft and after a 7-9 season in which the Falcons struggled to run the ball, stop the run and protect Matt Ryan, the biggest areas of need for the team moving forward is to continue to bolster the offensive and defensive lines.

Here’s a position-by-position look at the prospects attending this year’s combine:

*Quarterbacks *

Jake Browning, Wisconsin 

Ryan Finley, N.C. State 

Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State 

Will Grier, West Virginia

Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State 

Tyree Jackson, Buffalo 

Daniel Jones, Duke 

Drew Lock, Missouri

Trae McSorley, Penn State 

Gardner Minshew, Washington Sate 

Kyler Murray, Oklahoma 

Brett Rypien, Boise State 

Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt 

*Running backs *

Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma 

Ryquell Armstead, Temple 

Alex Barnes, Kansas State 

Nick Brossette, LSU 

Myles Gaskin, Washington

Damien Harris, Alabama

Darrell Henderson, Memphis 

Karan Higdon, Michigan 

Justice Hill, Oklahoma State 

Elijah Holyfield, Georgia 

Travis Homer, Miami 

Alec Ingold, Wisconsin 

Josh Jacobs, Alabama 

Bryce Love, Stanford 

Alexander Mattison, Boise State 

David Montgomery, Iowa State 

Jalin Moore, Appalachian State 

Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh 

Tony Pollard, Memphis 

Miles Sanders, Penn State 

Jordan Scarlett, Florida

LJ Scott, Michigan State 

Devin Singletary, Florida Atlantic 

Benny Snell, Kentucky

Mike Weber, Ohio State 

Dexter Williams, Notre Dame 

James Williams, Washington State 

Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M 

Wide receivers

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford 

Miles Boykin, Notre Dame 

Tyre Brady, Marshall 

A.J. Brown, Mississippi

Marquise Brown, Oklahoma 

Emmanuel Butler, Northern Arizona 

Hakeem Butler, Iowa State 

Parris Campbell, Ohio State 

Jamal Custis, Syracuse 

Felton Davis, Michigan State 

Ryan Davis, Auburn 

Johnnie Dixon, Ohio State 

Greg Dortch, Wake Fores

Keelan Doss, Cal Davis 


Ashton Dullin, Malone University (Ohio)

Jovon Durante, Florida Atlantic 

Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State (LA)

Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion 

Terry Godwin, Georgia 


Emanuel Hall, Missouri 

Mecole Hardman, Georgia 

Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State 

N’Keal Harry, Arizona State 

Lil’ Jordan Humphrey, Texas 

Jalen Hurd, Baylor

Andy Isabella, Massachusetts 

Gary Jennings, West Virginia 

Anthony Johnson, Buffalo 


Bisi Johnson, Colorado State 

Diontae Johnson, Toledo 

KJ Johnson, Fresno State 

DaMarkus Lodge, Mississippi 

Terry McLaurin, Ohio State 

D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi 

Jakobi Meyers, N.C. State 

Dillion Mitchell, Oregon 

Stanley Morgan, Nebraska 

Nyqwan Murray, Florida State 

Hunter Renfrow, Clemson 

Riley Ridley, Georgia 

Deebo Samuel, South Carolina 

David Sills, West Virginia 

Darius Slayton, Auburn 

Jaylen Smith, Louisville 

Cody Thompson, Toledo 

Jamarius Way, South Alabama 

Alex Wesley, Northern Colorado 

Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech 

*Tight ends *

Kendall Blanton, Missouri

Keenen Brown, Texas State 

C.J. Conrad, Kentucky 

Noah Frant, Iowa 

Zach Gentry, Michigan 

Daniel Helm, Duke 

T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 

Dawson Knox, Mississippi 

Alize Mack, Notre Dame 

Foster Moreau, LSU 

Isaac Nauta, Georgia 

Josh Oliver, San Jose State 

Dax Raymond, Utah State

Drew Sample, Washington

Irv Smith, Alabama 

Kaden Smith, Stanford 

Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M 

Tommy Sweeney, Boston College 

Kahale Warring, San Diego State 

Trevon Wesco, West Virginia 

Caleb Wilson, UCLA 

*Offensive line *

Zack Bailey, South Carolina 

Alex Bars, Notre Dame 

Ryan Bates, Penn Sate

Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin 

Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State

Shaq Calhoun, Mississippi State 

Nate Davis, North Carolina Charlotte 

Michael Delter, Wisconsin 

Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas 

Lamont Gaillard, Georgia 

Ethan Greenidge, Villanova 

Phil Haynes, Wake Forest 

Nate Herbig, Stanford

Martez Ivey, Florida 

Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State 

Fred Johnson, Florida 

Chris Lindstrom, Boston College 

Erik McCoy, Texas A&M 

Connor McGovern, Penn State 

Sua Opeta, Weber State 

Javon Patterson, Mississippi 

Ben Powers, Oklahoma 

Trevon Tate, Memphis 

*Tackles *

Paul Adams, Missouri 

Jackson Barton, Utah 

Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia 

Dennis Daley, South Carolina

Andre Dillard, Washington State 

Chuma Edoga, USC 

David Edwards, Wisconsin 

Bobby Evans, Oklahoma 

Cody Ford, Oklahoma 

Derwin Gray, Maryland 

Donnell Greene, Minnesota 

Tytus Howard, Alabama State 

Mitch Hyatt, Clemson 

Andre James, UCLA 

Devon Johnson, Ferris State 

Tyler Jones, N.C. State 

Mike Jordan, Ohio State 

Brandon Knight, Indiana 

Greg Little, Mississippi

Kaleb McGary, Washington 

Joshua Miles, Morgan State 

Yosh Nijman, Virginia Tech 

Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama 

Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls 

Ryan Pope, San Diego State 

Isaiah Prince, Ohio State 

Dalton Risner, Kansas State 

Tyler Roemer, San Diego State 

Dru Samia, Oklahoma 

Max Scharping, Northern Illinois

William Sweet, North Carolina 

Jawaan Taylor, Florida 

Oli Udoh, Elon 

Jonah Williams, Alabama 

*Defensive line *

Zach Allen, Boston College 

Terry Beckner, Missouri 

Nick Bosa, Ohio State 

Isaiah Buggs, Alabama 

Demarcus Christmas, Florida Sate 

L.J. Collier, TCU 

John Cominsky, Charleston

Byron Cowart, Maryland 

Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan 

Greg Gaines, Washington 

Rashan Gary, Michigan 

Kevin Givens, Penn State

Trysten Hill, Central Florida

Albert Huggins, Clemson 

Joe Jackson, Miami 

Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State 

Kinglsey Keke, Texas A&M 

Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia 

Daylon Mack, Texas A&M 

Anthony Nelson, Iowa

Ed Oliver, Houston

Charles Omenihu, Texas 

Dontavius Russell, Auburn 

Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois

Chris Slayton, Syracuse

Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame 

Armon Watts, Arkansas

Christian Wilkins, Clemson 

Quinnen Williams, Alabama 

Gerald Willis, Miami

Daniel Wise, Kansas 

Renell Wren, Arizona State 

*Edge *

Josh Allen, Kentucky

Ben Bangou, TCU 

Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State 

Austin Bryant, Clemson

Brian Burns, Florida State 

Malik Carney, North Carolina 

Jamal Davis, Akron 

Clelin Ferell, Clemson

Carl Granderson, Wyoming

Gerri Green, Mississippi State

Porter Gustin, USC 

Justin Hollins, Orgeon

CeCe Jefferson, Florida 

Jalen Jelks, Oregon 

Darryl Johnson, North Carolina AT&T

Christian Miller, Alabama

Shareef Miller, Penn State

Jachai Polite, Florida

Wyatt Ray, Boston College 

Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois

Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

D’Andre Walker, Georgia

Chase Winovich, Michigan 

Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion 

*Linebackers *

Azeez Al-Shaair, Florida Atlantic

Otaro Alaka, Texas A&M

Dakota Allen, Texas Tech 

Bryson Allen-Williams, South Carolina

Jeff Allison, Fesno State

Cody Barton, Utah

Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington

Devin Bush, Michigan

Blake Cashman, Minnesota

Te’Von Coney, Notre Dame

Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin 

Deshaun Davis, Auburn

Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M

T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin 

Emeke Egbule, Houston

Joe Giles-Harris, Duke

Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas 

Nate Hall, Northwestern 

Terez Hall, Missouri 

Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State

Chase Hansen, Utah

Gary Johnson, Texas 


Jordan Jones, Kentucky 

Vosean Joseph, Florida 

Joseph Kendall, Clemson 

David Long, West Virginia 

Bobby Okereke, Stanford

Germaine Pratt, N.C. State 

Cameron Smith, USC 

Ty Summers, TCU 

Sione Takitaki, BYU 

Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii 

Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame 

Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin

Devin White, LSU 

Mack Wilson, Alabama 

*Cornerbacks *

Blessaun Austin, Rutgers

Derrick Balty, Kentucky

Deandre Baker, Georgia 


Corey Ballentine, Washburn

Kris Boyd, Texas

Blace Boyd, Troy 

Jordan Brown, South Dakota State

Sean Bunting, Central Michigan

Hamp Cheevers, Boston College

Xavier Crawford, Central Michigan 

Davante Davis, Texas

Jamel Dean, Auburn

Rashad Fenton, South Carolina

Mark Fields, Clemson 


Montre Hartage, Northwestern

Alijah Holder, Stanford

Mike Jackson, Miami

Isaiah Johnson, Houston

Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky

Justin Layne, Michigan State

Iman Lewis-Marshall, USC

David Long, Michigan

Julian Love, Notre Dame

Jordan Miller, Washington

Trayvon Mullen, Clemson 

Byron Murphy, Washington 

Amani Oruwariye, Penn State

Jamal Peters, Mississippi State

Ryan Pulley, Arkansas

Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State 

Saivion Smith, Alabama

Derrek Thomas, Baylor

Ken Webster, Mississippi 

Greedy Williams, LSU

Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt

Rock Ya-Sin, Temple 

*Safety *

Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State 

Nasir Adderley, Delaware

Ugo Amadi, Oregon

John Battle, LSU 

Mike Bell, Fresno State

Marquise Blair, Utah

Jonathan Crawford, Indiana

Lukas Denis, Boston College

D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin

Mike Edwards, Kentucky

Malik Gant, Marshall

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida

Saquan Hampton, Rutgers

Will Harris, Boston College

Amani Hooker, Iowa

Jaquan Johnson, Miami

Mark McLaurin, Mississippi State

Taylor Rapp, Washington

Sheldrick Redwine, Miami

Darnell Savage, Maryland

Marvell Tell, USC 


Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Juan Thornhill, Virginia

Darius West, Kentucky

Donovan Wilson, Texas A&M

Andrew Wingard, Wyoming

Zedrick Woods, Mississippi

Evan Worthington, Colorado

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