NFL scouting combine Sunday schedule: Draft prospects to watch, TV and streaming info

Positional training concludes at the NFL Scouting Facility on Sunday as running backs and forwards take to the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Sunday training will include some predicted first-round pickincluding Texas running back Bijan Robinson, Ohio State offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr., Northwest offensive tackle Peter Skoronski, Georgia offensive tackle Broderick Jones, and Minnesota center John Michael Schmitz.

A total of 22 running backs and 49 offensive linemen were selected (24 tackles, 19 defensemen and 6 centers). 2022 NFL Draft.

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Bijan Robinson rushed for 1,580 yards and 18 touchdowns for the Texas Longhorns in 2022.
Bijan Robinson rushed for 1,580 yards and 18 touchdowns for the Texas Longhorns in 2022.

Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday workouts:

What is the NFL Scouting Schedule for 2023?

Sunday: Running backs and offensive linemen (start time 13:00 ET)

How can I watch the NFL scouting camp?

The NFL Network will broadcast on-field practices for all four days, with the option to stream via NFL+ and The harvester can also be broadcast on fuboTV.

Which famous players will take part in Sunday training?

Jameer Gibbs, RB, Alabama: Left Georgia Tech via transfer portal and had a big season for Crimson Tide in 2022. In addition to being the top running back in Alabama (926 yards in 12 games), Gibbs was the team’s receiving leader (44) and also returned kickoffs.

Paris Johnson Jr., OT, Ohio State: At 6’6″ and 310 pounds, the 2022 All-Big Ten first-team selection brings the traits NFL teams look for in a left tackle.

Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia: Was the starting left tackle for the 2022 Bulldogs championship team.

Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas: Finishing sixth in the FBS with 1,580 yards and fifth with 18 rushing touchdowns in 2022, Robinson won the Doak Walker Award for the nation’s top runner.

John Michael Schmitz, center, Minnesota: If a center is selected in the first round of this year’s draft, it will be Schmitz.

Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwest: grandson Green Bay Packers legend Bob SkoronskiSkoronski followed 2021 First Round Pick Rashawn Slater into the starting role of the Wildcats’ left tackle.

Which prospects are invited to take part in Sunday training?

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Israel Abanicanda, Pittsburgh

Devon Achane, Texas A&M

Tank Bigsby, Auburn

Chase Brown, Illinois

Zach Charbonnet, UCLA

Travis Dye, USC

Tyyon Evans, Louisville

Zach Evans, Mississippi

Jamir Gibbs, Alabama

Eric Grey, Oklahoma

Evan Hull, Northwest

Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota

Roshon Johnson, Texas

Hunter Luepke, ND

DeWayne McBride ZAO

Kenny McIntosh, Georgia

Kendra Miller, TCU

Keaton Mitchell, East Carolina

Cam Peeples, Appalachian State

Denerick Prince, Tulsa

Sesame Robinson, Texas

Chris Rodriguez, Jr., Kentucky

Taija Spears, Tulane

Tavion Thomas, Utah

SaRodorik Thompson, Texas Institute of Technology

Sean Tucker, Syracuse

Deuce Won, Kansas

Offensive linemen

Alan Ali, TCU

Jake Andrews, Troy

Malaesala Foot-Hair, Oregon

Steve Avila, TCU

Henry Bainivalu, Washington

TJ Bass, Oregon

Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse

Earl Bostick, Jr., Kansas

Anthony Bradford, LSU

Nick Broker, Mississippi

McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga

Braden Daniels, Utah

Jaylene Duncan, Maryland

Emil Equior, Jr., Alabama

Mark Evans II, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Alex Forsyth, Oregon

Blake Freeland, BYU

John Gaines II, UCLA

Connor Galvin, Baylor

Richard Gurage, Florida

Jowon Gwin, South Carolina

Anthony Harrison, Oklahoma

Ryan Hayes, Michigan

Paris Johnson Jr, Ohio State

Broderick Jones, Georgia

Dawand Jones, Ohio State

Jackson Kirkland, Washington

Brent Lang, Minnesota-Duluth

Tashon Manning, Kentucky

Cody Moach, ND

Warren McClendon, Georgia

Jordan McFadden, Clemson

Vanya Morris, Oklahoma

John Ojukwu, Boise State

Capital Oluwatimi, Michigan

Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame

Asim Richards, North Carolina

Nick Saldiveri, Old Dominion

John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota

Juice Scruggs, Pennsylvania

Piotr Skoronski, Northwestern

Sidi Sow, Eastern Michigan

Tyler Steen, Alabama

Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas

Joe Tippmann, Wisconsin

O’Cyrus Torrens, Florida

Andrew Voorhees, USC

Dalton Wagner, Arkansas

Carter Warren, Pittsburgh

Darnell Wright, Tennessee

Luke Wypler, Ohio State

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: NFL Combine 2023: Sunday’s View, TV, and Streaming Perspectives


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