With the NFL Combine having started this week in Indianapolis, there are scores of former college football players trying to make good impressions for NFL scouts and front office reps. The Arizona State Sun Devils have six players that will be participating. Two are well known -- linebacker Vontaze Burfict and quarterback Brock Osweiler.
Both players have been projected to go as high as in the first round, but both have some question marks.
However, these are not the only two players that the Devils have there.
In addition to Burfict and Osweiler, the following four players will also be at the combine.
- CB Omar Bolden
- C Garth Gerhardt
- DE Jamaar Jarrett
- WR Gerell Robinson
Bolden is actually considered one of the better cornerback prospects, despite having not played in 2011 because of a knee injury.
Robinson had a career year for ASU and has the size and athleticism that NFL scouts will drool over. He was plagued by inconsistency in his college career.
Gerhardt and Jarrett are mid-to-late round prospects. The only player that as of right now is in danger of not being drafted is Jarrett, but it is obviously still early.