NFL Combine: What’s happening on Sunday?

The defensive linemen and linebackers will take the turf at Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis on Sunday.

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

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

There are 52 defensive linemen and 42 linebackers at the combine this year.

Among the players in the Sunday group are defensive linemen Josh Frazier (Alabama), Da’Shawn Hand (Alabama), Da’Ron Payne (Shades Valley, Alabama) and Taylor Stallworth (Murphy) and linebackers Rashaan Evans (Auburn High, Alabama), Shaun Dion Hamilton (Carver-Montgomery, Alabama), Jeff Holland (Auburn) and Darius Jackson (McAdory, Jacksonville State).

Another player participating on Sunday has an Alabama connection. Tulane defensive end Ade Aruna is a native of Nigeria who played basketball at Central Park Christian in Birmingham. But after entering the La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana, Aruna also played football before going to Tulane.

Other SEC players at Saturday’s drills include Florida’s Taven Bryan, Georgia’s John Atkins, Davin Bellamy, Lorenzo Carter, Roquan Smith and Trenton Thompson, LSU’s Arden Key, Ole Miss’ Marquis Haynes and Breeland Speaks, South Carolina’s Skai Moore, Tennessee’s Kahlil McKenzie, Texas AM’s Zay Henderson and Vanderbilt’s Oren Burks.  

First-rounders on the field

Projections vary, of course, but among

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