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NFL Combine: 31 Big 12 Players Receive Invites

Which players were invited this year?



The National Football League released its list of players that received an invitation to participate in the 2021 NFL Scouting Combine on Wednesday. Out of 323 draft prospects who were invited, 31 come from Big 12 schools.

Oklahoma and Texas tied for the most invites with six each, followed by Oklahoma State with five, and TCU with four. All 10 teams had at least one person receive an invitation for the first time since 2019 and just the third time since 2014.

The NFL Combine will be very different this year while the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the country, with in-person workouts taking place at each college’s pro days instead of at the combine.

Here is the list of Big 12 players who received an invite:


Will Bradley-King, DE

Iowa State

Dylan Soehner, TE


Pooka Williams Jr., RB

Kansas State

Wyatt Hubert, DE
Briley Moore-McKinney, TE


Tre Brown, CB
Adrian Ealy, OT
Creed Humphrey, C
Tre Norwood, CB
Ronnie Perkins, DE
Rhamondre Stevenson, RB

Oklahoma State

Chuba Hubbard, RB
Teven Jenkins, OT
Amen Ogbongbemiga, ILB
Tylan Wallace, WR
Rodarius Williams, CB


Sam Cosmi, OT
Brennan Eagles, WR
Sam Ehlinger, QB
TQ Graham, DT
Joseph Ossai, DE
Caden Sterns, S


Trevon Moehrig, S
Garret Wallow, ILB
Ar’Darius Washington, S
Pro Wells, TE

Texas Tech

Jack Anderson, OG
Zech McPhearson, CB
T.J. Vasher, WR

West Virginia

Tony Fields II, ILB
Darius Stills, DT