NFL Combine: What’s happening on Saturday?

Lucas Oil Stadium will be pass-happy on Saturday as the quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends take the field at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

NFL Network will televise the workouts from the annual event from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. CST Saturday.

The players will participate in the 40-yard dash, vertical leap, broad jumps, three-cone drill, shuttle run and position skill drills.

There are 19 quarterbacks, 44 wide receivers and 17 tight ends at the combine this year.

Among the players in the Saturday group are Alabama wide receivers Robert Foster and Calvin Ridley.

Other SEC players at Saturday’s drills include quarterbacks Austin Allen of Arkansas and Danny Etling of LSU, wide receivers DJ Chark of LSU, J’Mon Moore of Missouri, Christian Kirk of Texas AM and Javon Wims of Georgia and tight ends Hayden Hurst of South Carolina and Jordan Thomas of Mississippi State.  

First-rounders on the field

Projections vary, of course, but among the players thought to be possible first-round picks when the NFL Draft starts on April 26 in Arlington, Texas, who’ll be on the field on Saturday include quarterbacks Josh Allen of Wyoming, Sam Darnold of Southern Cal, Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma and Josh Rosen of UCLA, wide receivers Ridley, Kirk, Courtland Sutton of SMU and James Washington of Oklahoma State and tight ends Hurst, Mark Andrews of Oklahoma

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