This year’s NFL Scouting Combine is scheduled for February 27 through March 5 in Indianapolis. Officially three Mountaineers have been invited.
The three Mountaineers invited are running back Justin Crawford, wide receiver Ka’Raun White and safety Kyzir White.
Crawford posted over 1,000 yards in his last two seasons. In the 2017 season Crawford had 1,061 yards on 190 carries to go along with seven touchdowns, but opted to not play in the bowl game against Utah.
Ka’Raun White had 61 catches for 1,004 yards and 12 touchdowns. During his three years at WVU he had 124 catches for 1,862 yards and 17 TDs.
Kyzir White started at safety for two seasons for the Mountaineers. During his senior season he had 94 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, a sack and three picks.
Ever since Dana Holgorsen became coach of West Virginia he has had at least two players invited to the combine. The highest was in 2016 when six of his players were invited to the combine.
The most players invited to the combine in Mountaineer history was in 1999. That year ten players went including running back Amos Zereoue, linebacker Gary Stills, defensive tackle John Thornton and cornerback Charles Fisher.
There were a total of 336 participants invited to take place in the NFL Combine this year.