NFL Combine Announces 10 Mountain West Players Attending
Mountain West players get to showcase their skills in Indianapolis
What Mountain West player will stand out?
The NFL’s annual meat market… err… Combine announced the players which were invited to Indianapolis which allows for teams to get up close look at dozens upon dozens of draftees.
The Mountain West has 10 players invited with San Diego State leading the way with four players earning an invite.
- Wyoming QB Josh Allen
- San Diego State RB Rashaad Penny
- San Diego State RB Nick Bawden
- San Diego State TE David Wells
- San Diego State S Kameron Kelly
- San Jose State CB Andre Chachere
- Nevada G Austin Corbett
- Boise State LB Leighton Vander Esch
- Boise State WR Cedrick Wilson
- Colorado State WR Michael Gallup
Allen will be one of the more interesting prospects at the combine, as he has been all draft season, but also because of what he will or won’t participate in during the week long event.
There are a few notable players who did not get an invitation and the one that stands out the most if former Spartan linebacker Frank Ginda who led the NCAA in total tackles with 173 and averaged over 13 per game.
Another player who had an argument to get an invite is Colorado State quarterback Nick Stevens. Stevens has a big arm and had a better year than potential first-round pick in Border War rival, Josh Allen.