NFL combine 2015: 44 Pac-12 players head to Indianapolis

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And you thought your job interviews were exhausting.

Nearly four dozen of the Pac-12's top football players have descended on Indianapolis for the annual NFL combine, where players from across college football will put their skills on display for coaches and scouts from across the league.

Workouts begin on Feb. 20 and nine of the Pac-12's teams are sending at least one player.

Here's the full list of players headed to the combine from the Conference of Champions:

Arizona State

Jamil Douglas, Marcus Hardison, Damarious Randall, Jaelen Strong

Oregon

Arik Armstead, Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Jake Fisher, Hroniss Grasu, Troy Hill, Marcus Mariota, Tony Washington

Oregon State

Obum Gwacham, Sean Mannion, Steven Nelson

Stanford

Henry Anderson, Alex Carter, Ty Montgomery, David Parry, Andrus Peat, Jordan Richards

UCLA

Brett Hundley, Anthony Jefferson, Eric Kendricks, Ellis McCarthy, Owamagbe Odighizuwa

USC

Nelson Agholor, Buck Allen, Hayes Pullard, Josh Shaw, J.R. Tavai, Randall Telfer, Leonard Williams

Utah

Dres Anderson, Kaelin Clay, Nate Orchard, Jeremiah Poutasi, Eric Rowe

Washington

Hau'oli Kikaha, Marcus Peters, Danny Shelton, Shaq Thompson

Washington State

Xavier Cooper, Connor Halliday, Vince Mayle

Workouts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis begin on Friday and last through next Monday.

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