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NFL releases official Combine list

National Football Scouting, the agency that works with the NFL in the colossal undertaking of organizing the annual Combine, has released the list of the players invited to this year's event.

The full list can be seen here. The list includes underclassmen, as well as several seniors who were given late invitiations based on strong performances during senior all-star games.

Some of the late-invite seniors include cornerback Cortez Allen from The Citadel, Ohio State guard Justin Boren, Appalachian State safety Mark LeGree and North Carolina quarterback T.J. Yates, among others.

Senior Analyst Chad Reuter highlighted some of the biggest Combine snubs in this article.
Posted on: August 26, 2009 2:32 pm
 

BC's Herzlich, doctors optimistic he could return

The tragic news that Boston College outside linebacker Mark Herzlich was found to have Ewings sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, may have a happy ending.

Though he still faces multiple rounds of chemotherapy, only a small tumor in his left femur was found by doctors in their latest tests, a marked improvement from this spring, when Herzlich announced his condition and that doctors didn't expect that he'd ever be able to play football again. The results of recent tests, however, have Herzlich and doctors cautiously optimistic that he might be able to return to Boston College in 2010 and possibly on to the NFL from there.

As he told ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach, "Things are going really well. The goal right now is to get rid of the tumor completely and to be healthy. That's the goal right now and they're encouraged that's what's going to happen."

Herzlich, the 2008 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, was viewed as one of the elite NFL prospects entering the season. In fact, National Football Scouting ranked him as the top overall prospect.



 
 
 
 
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