Several Washington football players invited to the 2024 NFL Combine

Washington football will certainly have a haul of players representing the the school at the 2024 NFL Combine.
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2024 NFL Combine invites are going around and many Washington football players were lucky enough to be invited to participate.

The NFL Combine will take place February 29 to March 3rd at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Here is the schedule for the combine:

Thursday, February 29th, 3 PM ET – Defensive Linemen, Linebackers
Friday, March 1st, 3 PM ET – Defensive Backs, Tight Ends
Saturday, March 2nd, 1 PM ET – Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Running Backs
Sunday, March 3rd, 1 PM ET – Offensive Linemen

Washington football players invited to the 2024 NFL Combine

- QB Michael Penix Jr.
- RB Dillon Johnson
- WR Rome Odunze
- WR Ja'Lynn Polk
- WR Jalen McMillan
- TE Devin Culp
- TE Jack Westover
- OL Troy Fautanu
-OL Roger Rosengarten
- EDGE Bralen Trice
- LB Edefuan Ulofoshio
- S Dom Hampton

DL Tuli Letuligasenoa and EDGE Zion Tupuola-Fetui are two players who have not been invited yet but should expect to be.

This is truly an exciting draft for the Huskies this year. Usually, they have a couple of really good to great players available in the draft, but this year is a serious haul.

Michael Penix Jr. is probably the first name everyone will be watching for during the combine. He was simply the spark of the Huskies' offense the last two seasons and should have won the Heisman trophy in 2023.

Johnson, Polk, and McMillan will also be great spectacles to watch. Whatever NFL teams draft these guys are getting elite playmakers on their offense. Whoever gets Fautanu and Rosengarten will also be getting two elite starting offensive linemen for a very long time.

Tight ends Culp and Westover are two of the more underrated names that I expect to stand out while on the defensive side of the ball, Trice will likely get the majority of the attention but Ulofoshio or Hampton shouldn't be slept on.