If you’re looking for Michigan Wolverines at the 2017 NFL Combine, you won’t have to look far.
The school is sending no less than 14 players to the event who hope to impress scouts ahead of the NFL Draft.
Yes, that’s more than Alabama. And Ohio State and Clemson and everybody else.
Most 2017 NFL Combine Participants by school:— Zach Shaw (@_ZachShaw) February 15, 2017
Michigan — 14
Alabama/LSU — 10
Clemson/Miami/Texas A&M — 9
Michigan's cohort: pic.twitter.com/fHSOgJBTTI
If you can’t make out the tweet, the UM players are: Ben Braden, Jake Butt, Taco Charlton, Jehu Chesson, Jeremy Clark, Amara Darboh, Ben Gedeon, Ryan Glasgow, Delano Hill, Jourdan Lewis, Jabrill Peppers, De’Veon Smith, Channing Stribling and Chris Wormley.
No other Big Ten team even got nine invites and there should be a lot of #GoBlue at draft time.
The combine will be held Feb. 28-March 6 in Indianapolis.