After getting a rare shutout from the NFL combine last year, the California Golden Bears will be well-represented this time around. Five Golden Bears are headed to Indianapolis this year. Let's take a look at each of them.
Jared Goff: Goffense is likely to be the most sought after target in this year's draft, and will be scrutinized very closely in the lead up to the 2016 draft. Goff said earlier this week he plans to do everything at the Combine, including participating in passing drills to prove his arm strength will not be an issue. (Prediction: It won't be.)
Daniel Lasco: Lasco had a solid bowl game performance after struggling his senior season. And he's looking to expand even further. Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle has more (subscription required).
Daniel Lasco figures a season largely spent on the sideline made him a better player. As he missed time with various injuries in 2015, the Cal running back peppered teammates with pointers and studied the nuances of his position.
Kenny Lawler: The junior Cal wide receiver declared early because he liked what he heard, and he got the combine invite. People have to be interested in his freakish catch radius and his overall potential.
Stephen Anderson: Anderson is one of the steadiest wideouts and hardest workers on the team, and I feel like he's going
Dykes on Stephen Anderson, who accepted a combine invite: "Talking to a lot of pro scouts, they really like him."— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) January 13, 2016
Trevor Davis: Davis probably was the most explosive wideout overall.
Studying tape on Cal QB Jared Goff right now and this WR No. 9 (Trevor Davis) keeps flashing. Quick to separate and quick after catch.— Todd McShay (@McShay13) January 31, 2016
All action will take place the first two days of the Combine. Lasco will compete with the running backs on February 26, with Goff and his trio of wideouts doing their thing on Feburary 27. The whole thing will be broadcast at NFL Network and streamed on NFL.com.