The Kansas Jayhawks will send two players to the NFL Combine, as safety Bradley McDougald and offensive lineman Tanner Hawkinson both received invites, according to a report from Matt Tait from KUSports.com.
After spending the first two years at wide receiver, McDouglad was able to easily move over to the other side of the football. This year, McDouglad was second on the team in tackles with 92 and was tied for the team lead with three interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Hawkinson was a consistent presence for the Jayhawks at either tackle position during his career in Kansas and set a school record with 48 consecutive starts for the Jayhawks in his career. Scouts like Hawkinson's combination of size and athleticism and could find himself taken in the middle rounds of the 2013 NFL Draft.
The NFL Combine will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN from Feb. 23-26.