Washington football players who could drastically improve their draft stock at the NFL Combine

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Washington football saw a record 13 players invited to participate in the 2024 NFL Combine this year.

The 2023 National Championship-appearing team has produced a key group of talented players poised to make a significant impact at the NFL level. Some are already cemented to be selected early but there are a few in the back ends of the draft who improve their draft stock with a strong combine performance.

Washington football players who could drastically improve their draft stock at the NFL Combine

TE Devin Culp

Devin Culp doesn't have a ton of college production but still has a chance to be drafted based on his athletics alone.

The sixth-year senior didn't start seeing much action until head coach Kalen DeBoer took over in 202. Culp was often overshadowed or struggling with drops but the athleticism has always been there for him.

Culp had 66 receptions for 711 yards (10.8 average) and four touchdowns in 2023 and was named an All-Pac-12 honorable mention.

As of right now, I would project Culp to be an undrafted free agent but his athletics can pop off the charts at the NFL combine, he can certainly go anywhere on Day 3.

DB Dom Hampton

Dom Hampton has stuck with Washington football through thick and thin and has appeared in the most games in program history with 57.

The 6'3" 220-pound starting safety led the Huskies in tackles (109) in 2023 and earned an All-Pac-12 honorable mention.

Hampton might be unknown to the main consensus but scouts are falling in love with him. NFL analyst Daniel Jeremiah has already praised his vision and physicality and projected Hampton to be a fourth-round draft pick.

Teams will love Hampton's versatility as he can play safety, nickel, and corner.

WR Jalen McMillan

Jalen McMillan is projected to be a second-round talent in the 2024 NFL Draft. He's an incredibly talented receiver who continues to be overlooked during this draft cycle but a strong combine performance could put him back towards the top.

McMillan was extremely productive for the Huskies in his four season with the team. He finished his collegiate career with 164 receptions for 2,143 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Some teams might have concerns with his recent injury but I feel he's going to be the biggest steal in the 2024 NFL Draft.