View photos from the media sessions at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
At last, the first day of timing and testing drills of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine has arrived.
Friday's session features offensive linemen, running backs and specialists showcasing their abilities for personnel departments and coaches in televised workouts.
A couple of players with Minnesota ties — former Gophers tackle Donnell Greene and former Apple Valley star Trey Pipkins — are scheduled to hit the field with this group. Pipkins is the first player from the University of Sioux Falls to receive an invitation to the combine.
The following 93 players are scheduled to participate Friday:
Paul Adams, OL, Missouri
A two-time team captain, Adams made 41 starts at multiple spots along the offensive line in his college career.
Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma
Anderson missed almost all of his final college season with an injury. He had 1,161 yards and 13 rushing touchdowns in 2017.
Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple
Armstead totaled 2,812 rushing yards and 34 touchdowns on 573 career attempts. He added 29 receptions for 175 yards.
Jake Bailey, K, Stanford
Bailey finished in the top 25 in FBS in gross punting in three consecutive seasons. He was 24th in 2016 with an average of 43.5, seventh in 2017 with an average of 45.4 and 20th in 2018 with an average of 44.1.
Zack Bailey, OL, South Carolina
Bailey played 46 games with 38 starts (27 at left guard, eight at right tackle and three at center) during his college career. He suffered a broken right leg in the final game of the 2018 regular season.
Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State
Barnes ran for 2,616 yards and 25 touchdown in his three-year career for the Wildcats.
Alex Bars, OL, Notre Dame
A team captain who spent time at tackle and guard, Bars started the first five games of the 2018 season at left guard before suffering a season-ending knee injury. He started 12 games at right tackle in 2016 and 13 games at right guard in 2017.
Jackson Barton, T, Utah
A swing tackle for the Utes, Barton was Utah's tallest player at 6-foot-7.
Ryan Bates, T, Penn State
Bates played both tackle spots as he was a Third-Team All-Big Ten selection for two straight seasons.
Beau Benzschawel, G, Wisconsin
Benzschawel became the third offensive lineman in Badgers history to repeat as a First-Team All-American, joining Dennis Lick (1974-75) and Joe Thomas (2005-06). His 49 career starts rank fourth in school history among offensive linemen.
Garrett Bradbury, C, N.C. State
The converted tight end (he made the switch in 2015 after redshirting in 2014) played 51 games for the Wolfpack. In 2017, he totaled 1,000 snaps, including 103 against South Carolina in the season opener.
Nick Brossette, RB, LSU
Brossette recorded the first 1,000-yard season of his college career in 2018 and added 14 rushing touchdowns.
Yodny Cajuste, T, West Virginia
A Second-Team All-American, Cajuste helped the Mountaineers average 512.3 yards of total offense per game in 2018.
Shaq Calhoun, G, Mississippi State
A four-year starter for the Bulldogs, Calhoun allowed only three sacks over 1,200 career snaps in pass protection.
Dennis Daley, T, South Carolina
Daley played 24 games in two seasons after transferring from Georgia Military College.
Nate Davis, G, North Carolina-Charlotte
Davis started 37 of the 40 games he played for the 49ers. He garnered All-Conference-USA Second Team honors in 2018 and honorable mentions in 2016 and 2017.
Michael Deiter, G, Wisconsin
Deiter's 54 consecutive starts are the most by an offensive lineman in school history. He started 24 at left guard, 16 at center and 14 at left tackle. In 2018, he was named the Rimington-Pace Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Andre Dillard, T, Washington State
Dillard played in 41 games, including 39 over the past three seasons, for the Cougars.
Chuma Edoga, T, USC
Edoga appeared in 44 games for the Trojans.
David Edwards, T, Wisconsin
Edwards was a former high school quarterback who began his college career as a tight end before moving to right tackle prior to the 2016 season.
Bobby Evans, T, Oklahoma
Evans, who played both tackle spots in 40 career games for the Sooners, was named a Second-Team All-Big 12 selection in 2018 on the left side.
Cody Ford, T, Oklahoma
After playing at left guard from 2016-17, Ford moved to right tackle in 2018 and was a First-Team All-Big 12 selection. He played 29 career college games for the Sooners.
Jack Fox, P, Rice
The Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year, Fox averaged 45.5 yards per punt in 2018.
Hjalte Froholdt, OL, Arkansas
The Denmark native began his college career as a defensive lineman before switching to the other side of the ball.
Lamont Gaillard, C, Georgia
The center paved the way as the Bulldogs led the SEC with 238.8 rushing yards per game.
Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington
The Huskies all-time rushing leader totaled 5,323 yards and 57 touchdowns on 945 rush attempts in playing 52 games. Gaskin ranked third in FBS with 21 rushing touchdowns and 24 total touchdowns in 2017. He added 65 career receptions for 465 yards and five scores.
Matt Gay, K, Utah
A former college soccer player, Gay won the Lou Groza Award winner and was a consensus All-American in his first NCAA season in 2017.
Dan Godsil, LS, Indiana
Godsil is one of four Hoosiers players to ever play in 50 games.
Derwin Gray, T, Maryland
Gray started all 10 of 12 games at left tackle in 2018, helping block for the 17th-best rushing offense in the country and third best in the Big Ten by averaging 230.2 rushing yards per game.
Donnell Greene, T, Minnesota
Greene started 10 of 11 games played at left tackle as a senior in 2018. He blocked for a Gophers offense that averaged 28.9 points per game (tied for second-most by a Gophers squad in a season since 2005) and one that rushed for 23 touchdowns and threw for 20 touchdowns (first time since 2006 Minnesota reached 20 passing and rushing touchdowns in a season).
Ethan Greenidge, T, Villanova
Nicknamed "Big E," Greenidge is proud of his Puerto Rican heritage. Greenidge was a Second-Team All-CAA performer for the Cats in 2018 and participated in the East-West Shrine game.
Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
Harris racked up 876 yards on 150 carries as a senior in 2018. He finished his four-season career at Alabama with 3,070 yards to rank eighth all-time at Alabama and is one of just eight running backs in school history to eclipse the 3,000-yard mark. Harris set the Crimson Tide career record in yards per carry with 6.4 yards per attempt (477 total carries).
Phil Haynes, G, Wake Forest
Haynes started 13 games at left guard for Wake Forest in 2018.
Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis
Henderson racked up 214 carries for 1,909 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns for Memphis in 2018. He added 295 rushing yards, ranked No. 1 in FBS with 179.1 all-purpose yards per game.
Nate Herbig, G, Stanford
Herbig started all seven games he played in 2018. The Hawaii native was named Second-Team All-Pac 12.
Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
Higdon ranked 18th in FBS with 107.1 rushing yards per game in 2018. He totaled 2,616 yards and 27 touchdowns on 471 attempts and increased his production each season.
Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
As a junior for the Cowboys in 2018, Hill played in 10 games and recorded 158 carries for 930 rushing yards and nine touchdowns.
Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia
One of four season-long team captains for the Bulldogs in 2018, the son of boxing champ Evander Holyfield was the team's second-leading rusher with 1,018 yards and seven touchdowns on 159 carries. His average of 6.4 yards per carry ranked 23rd in FBS.
Travis Homer, RB, Miami
Homer started 13 games for Miami in 2018 and recorded his second consecutive 900-yard season. He totaled 164 carries for 985 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.
Tytus Howard, T, Alabama State
Howard, who enrolled as a tight end and switched, played in 36 games.
Mitch Hyatt, T, Clemson
Voted as a season-long team captain, Hyatt played a team-high 869 snaps over 15 games (all starts).
Alec Ingold, FB, Wisconsin
The fullback had a nose for the end zone, scoring 17 rushing touchdowns on 103 attempts and totaling four receiving touchdowns on 14 career catches.
Martez Ivey, T, Florida
Ivey started all 13 games played for Florida in 2018. He helped anchor a Gators offensive line that allowed just 18 sacks over the entire season, which ranked third in the SEC and 20th in FBS.
Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
As a junior in 2018, Jacobs racked up 120 carries for 640 yards and 11 touchdowns. He added 20 catches for 247 yards and three touchdowns through the air.
Andre James, T, UCLA
James moved from right tackle to left tackle for his senior campaign with UCLA, helping the Bruins rushing offense improve by more than 40 yards per game from the 2017 season. James anchored an offensive line that helped running back Joshua Kelley rack up six 100-yard games.
Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State
Jenkins played in 49 games for the Bulldogs and became the starting center in 2017.
Devon Johnson, T, Ferris State
Johnson played 12 games for Ferris State in 2018.
Fred Johnson, G, Florida
Johnson started all 13 games played for the Gators. He helped anchor a Florida offensive line that allowed just 18 sacks over the course of the entire season, which ranked third in the SEC and 20th in FBS.
Tyler Jones, T, N.C. State
As a redshirt senior in 2018, Jones played 13 games for the Wolfpack.
Mike Jordan, G, Ohio State
Jordan started all 13 games played as a junior in 2018. The Ohio State guard earned First-Team All-America honors by CBS Sports and SI.com.
Brandon Knight, T, Indiana
Knight started all 12 games at right tackle for Indiana in 2018, allowing just three sacks in 904 snaps. He helped the Hoosiers rank second in the Big Ten with 23.5 first downs per game. Indiana finished third in the conference in passing offense (257.8 yards per game) and tied for sixth in passing touchdowns (20).
Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
Lindstrom played in 50 games for the Eagles.
Greg Little, T, Mississippi
Little started all 12 games at left tackle in 2018. He helped Mississippi lead the SEC and finish fifth in FBS in passing offense.
Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
Voted a season-long team captain, Love started all 10 games played recorded 166 carries for 739 yards and six touchdowns. The campaign came after a 2017 performance in which Love racked up a career-high 263 carries for 2,118 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Alexander Mattison, RB, Boise State
Mattison started all 13 games played for Boise State in 2018. He racked up 302 carries for 1,415 yards and 17 touchdowns, marking his second consecutive season with more than 1,000 rushing yards and double-digit touchdowns.
Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M
A team captain in all 12 games, McCoy helped the Aggies total 5,590 yards and post five different games with more than 500 yards of offense. He started 36 of 38 games.
Kaleb McGary, T, Washington
A back-to-back All-Pac-12 First-Team selection, McGary also earned the 2018 Morris Trophy (voted on by Pac-12 opponents).
Connor McGovern, C/G, Penn State
McGovern started 12 games for Penn State in 2018 – 11 at right guard and one at center. He received the team's Dick Maginnis Memorial Award as an outstanding offensive lineman.
Joshua Miles, T, Morgan State
After being academically ineligible in 2017, Miles bounced back for the 2018 campaign. He started every game and became the first MSU player in school history to compete in the East-West Shrine Game.
David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
A Cincinnati native, Montgomery started 12 games for the Cyclones and racked up 257 carries for 1,216 yards and 13 touchdowns. He added 22 catches for 157 yards through the air.
Jalin Moore, RB, Appalachian State
Moore's best season was 2016 when he rushed 237 times for 1,402 yards and 10 touchdowns. Even though he suffered a season-ending ankle injury in the fifth game of 2018, Moore totaled 3,570 career rushing yards, which ranks sixth in school history.
Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia
Nauta totaled 68 receptions for 905 yards and eight touchdowns in three seasons with the Bulldogs.
Yosuah Nijman, T, Virginia Tech
Nijman totaled 32 starts and appeared in 45 games for the Hokies. He started 22 games in a row at left tackle from 2016-17 before an injury halted the streak in his junior season. He moved to right tackle in 2018.
Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh
Ollison ranked second in the ACC with 1,213 rushing yards in 2018 and became just the sixth player in Pitt history to have multiple seasons with 1,000 or more rushing yards. The other five players were Tony Dorsett, Curvin Richards, LeSean McCoy, Dion Lewis and James Conner.
Iosua Opeta, OL, Weber State
Opeta began his college career on the defensive line in 2015. He switched to offense in 2016, started every game from then on and twice earned All-American status.
Javon Patterson, G, Mississippi
Patterson played in 48 games for the Rebels. He was the only lineman to start all 12 games for the team in 2016 (nine at guard, three at center).
Ross Pierschbacher, C, Alabama
Pierschbacher transferred to starting center in 2018 after starting 42 games at left guard.
Trey Pipkins, T, Sioux Falls
The former Apple Valley standout became the first player from the University of Sioux Falls to garner an invitation to an NFL Combine. He played tackle for the West squad in the 94th East-West Shrine Game after appearing in 48 games for the Cougars.
Tony Pollard, RB, Memphis
Pollard led FBS with 40 yards per kickoff return and four kickoff return touchdowns in 2017. He ranked 34th in all-purpose yards that season with 126.85 per game and ranked 35th with 119.79 all-purpose yards per game in 2018. He finished with 941 rushing yards and nine scores on 139 attempts, 1,292 receiving yards and nine scores on 104 receptions and with 2,616 yards and seven touchdowns on 87 kickoff returns.
Ryan Pope, T, San Diego State
Pope started the first 21 games of his career at right tackle before sliding to the left side for the final three games of 2018.
Ben Powers, G, Oklahoma
Powers started 36 of 38 games after transferring from Butler Community College.
Isaiah Prince, T, Ohio State
A three-year starter at right tackle, Prince appeared in all 54 games during his time with the Buckeyes.
Dalton Risner, T, Kansas State
Risner played in 50 games for the Wildcats. He was named to the All-America Second Team by the Associated Press.
Tyler Roemer, T, San Diego State
Roemer's redshirt sophomore season of 2018 ended when he was suspended for the final two games of the regular season for a violation of team rules, and the left tackle opted to enter the NFL Draft.
Dru Samia, G, Oklahoma
Samia played 52 games, starting 48 for the Sooners.
Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State
Sanders totaled 1,649 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns (1,274 and nine in 2018) in 38 games with the Nittany Lions.
Jordan Scarlett, RB, Florida
Scarlett had 1,846 yards and 12 touchdowns in 35 games played. He bounced back from being suspended the entire 2017 season to rush for 776 yards and five scores in 2018.
Max Scharping, T, Northern Illinois
Scharping played in 54 games for the Huskies.
LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State
Scott missed all but four games in 2018 with an ankle injury but decided to enter the draft with a year of eligibility remaining. He led the Spartans in rushing from 2015-17.
Austin Seibert, K, Oklahoma
Seibert ranked in the top six in FBS in total points scored in each of the past two seasons with 132 in 2017 and 138 in 2018. He boosted his field goal percentage from 81 percent in 2017 (32nd in FBS) to 89.5 percent in 2018 (sixth in FBS). Seibert also punted 179 times for 7,457 yards (41.6 gross average) during his Sooners career.
Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic
The first _AP_ All-American in program history, Singletary led FBS with 14.1 points per game in 2017 and ranked third in 2018 with 11 points per game. He totaled 66 rushing touchdowns and 4,289 yards in three seasons.
Benny Snell, Jr., RB, Kentucky
Snell broke or tied 14 school records in just three seasons and 39 games, including career rushing yards (3,873), total touchdowns (48) rushing touchdowns (48) and games with 100 or more rushing yards (19). He joined Herschel Walker as the only players in SEC history to have at least 1,000 rush yards and 14 touchdowns in his first three seasons.
William Sweet, T, UNC
Sweet missed all but three games with an injury in 2017 but played in 10 this past fall.
Trevon Tate, T, Memphis
Tate played in 53 games for the Tigers after redshirting as a freshman in 2014.
Jawaan Taylor, T, Florida
Taylor started 35 of the 37 games he played in three seasons, playing mostly at right tackle.
Cole Tracy, K, LSU
A graduate transfer from Assumption College, Tracy made 29 of 33 field goals (87.9 percent) and all 42 extra points in his lone season for the Tigers. In 2017, Tracy led Division II with 27 field goals and a field goal percentage of 93.1 (27-for-29).
Oli Udoh, T, Elon
The four-year starter appeared in 45 games. He participated in the East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl.
Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State
Weber totaled 2,676 yards and 24 touchdowns on 455 carries in three seasons with the Buckeyes.
Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame
Williams ranked 34th in FBS with 12 rushing touchdowns in 2018 when he had 158 of his 257 career carries and 995 of his 1,636 rushing yards.
James Williams, RB, Washington State
In three seasons with the Cougars, Williams totaled 1,539 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns on 316 carries and added 1,437 receiving yards and eight scoring catches on 202 receptions.
Jonah Williams, T, Alabama
Williams started all 44 games he played for the Crimson Tide, lining up at right tackle as a freshman and moving to left tackle in 2017.
Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
Williams ranked third in FBS with 135.4 rushing yards per game, fifth in all-purpose yards (156.77 per game) and 16th in scoring (8.8 points per game) as a junior in 2018. He totaled 3,412 yards and 32 scores on 578 rush attempts and added 561 receiving yards on 66 receptions.
Mitchell Wishnowsky, P, Utah
Wishnowsky finished in the top 25 in FBS in gross punting in three consecutive seasons. He was second in 2016 with an average of 47.7, 22nd in 2017 with an average of 43.9 and 10th in 2018 with an average of 45.2.