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11 LSU players invited to NFL Combine

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Eleven LSU football players have been invited to the NFL Combine, which runs from Feb. 19-25 in Indianapolis.

Only Alabama had more players invited to the combine than LSU. The Crimson Tide led all schools with 12 players invited.

LSU and Alabama, along with Florida, is the main reason the SEC has the most players invited to the NFL Combine with a total of 71. The ACC is next with 48 invites.

Here's a list of the Tigers invited to Indianapolis:

Zach Mettenberger (Quarterback)

Alfred Blue (Running Back)

J.C. Copeland (Fullback)

Jeremy Hill (Running Back)

Odell Beckham (Wide Receiver)

Jarvis Landry (Wide Receiver)

Lamin Barrow (Linebacker)

Trai Turner (Offensive Lineman)

Ego Ferguson (Defensive Tackle)

Anthony Johnson (Defensive Tackle)

Craig Loston (Safety)

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