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Predicting Texas A&M Players' NFL Combine Performance
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Luke Joeckel performs at 2013 NFL Combine

On February 19, a group of invited NFL prospects will descend on Indianapolis to participate in the 2014 NFL combine. Three Texas A&M players will attend the combine in an attempt to increase their draft stock. 

The Texas A&M football team has produced a top 10 pick in the NFL draft for three years straight. They are going to try to make it four years in a row with quarterback Johnny Manziel and offensive tackle Jake Matthews, both projected to go in the top 10 in 2014. 

Aggies wide receiver Mike Evans will join Manziel and Matthews in Indianapolis at the combine. The three players were the only three from A&M invited to the combine. 

The rest of the seniors who want to earn a shot at the NFL will get a chance to perform in front of the NFL scouts at A&M's pro day on March 5. That event will allow Aggies football players, like running back Ben Malena and wide receivers Derel Walker and Travis Labhart, the opportunity to impress NFL personnel. 

This is a look at what kind of performance fans should expect from the three Aggies participating in the NFL combine. 

 

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