Oregon will be well-represented at this year’s NFL Scouting Combine.

The Ducks have seven players invited to the 2024 Combine, tying a program record for the most ever at one event. Quarterback Bo Nix, running back Bucky Irving, wideout Troy Franklin, offensive lineman Jackson Powers-Johnson, defensive lineman Brandon Dorlus, cornerback Khyree Jackson, and safety Evan Williams all received invites from the NFL.

Nix is one of 14 quarterbacks invited to the event, and he’ll be joined in Indianapolis by former conference peers Michael Penix Jr. and Caleb Williams. After participating in the Senior Bowl, Nix will have another shot to prove himself a first-round quarterback in front of NFL scouts and front office personnel.

Powers-Johnson is another player hoping to hear his name called on Day 1 of the draft. The Rimington Trophy-winning center had a brief but effective showing at the Senior Bowl.

Franklin was tabbed by ESPN as a likely second-round pick following the Senior Bowl. He was one of college football’s most productive receivers during the 2023 season and will look to stand out amongst a group of 39 invited receivers.

Irving feels like the kind of player who could really help himself at the Combine. His teammates and coaches loved him during his time in Eugene, and he should be a player who connects well on a personal level with team officials. On the field, Irving’s short-area quickness and athleticism really stand out. He was one of the best backs in the country during his Oregon tenure, though still seemed to be underrated from a national perspective.

Among Pac-12 programs, the Ducks have the third-most invitees. Only Washington (12) and USC (eight) had more. Among Big Ten schools, Michigan (18), Penn State (10), and Ohio State (eight) also had more.

The full list of 321 invitees can be found here. The Combine runs from Feb. 26 through March 4. Coverage of the event will be shown on NFL Network each day.