43 Pac-12 players headed to NFL combine

If you are invited to the NFL combine, which will be held February 23 – March 1, in Indianapolis, you know you are on the NFL radar.

For example, I wasn't invited.

43 players from the Pac-12, however, were. Hopefully, I didn't miscount; there are around 300 names on the list.

Top executives, coaching staffs, player personnel departments and medical personnel from all 32 NFL teams will be on hand to evaluate the players eligible for the upcoming NFL draft. It's basically a four-day job interview -- with a 40-yard dash and bench press test.

You can see the entire list here.

Here are the Pac-12 invitees.

Mat Asiata, Utah, RB

Akeem Ayers, UCLA, LB

Brandon Bair, Oregon, DT

Allen Bradford, USC, RB

Jalil Brown, Colorado, CB

Brandon Burton, Utah, DB

Jordan Cameron, USC, TE

Jurrell Casey, USC, DT

Chris Conte, California, S

Ricky Elmore, Arizona, DE

Kai Forbath, UCLA, K

Reid Forrest, Washington State, P

Mason Foster, Washington, LB

Sione Fua, Stanford, NT

Adam Grant, Arizona, OL

Lawrence Guy, Arizona State, DT

Stanley Havili, USC, FB

Ronald Johnson, USC, WR

Cameron Jordan, California, DE

Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State, OC

Jake Locker, Washington, QB

Jeff Maehl, Oregon, WR

Owen Marecic, Stanford, FB

Casey Matthews, Oregon, LB

Mike Mohamed, California, LB

Rahim Moore, UCLA, S

Kristofer O'Dowd, USC, C

Stephen Paea, Oregon State, DT

Brooks Reed, Arizona, DE

D'Aundre Reed, Arizona, DE

Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State, RB

Caleb Schlauderaff, Utah, OG

Richard Sherman, Stanford, CB

Sealver Siliga, Utah, DT

Jimmy Smith, Colorado, CB

Tyron Smith, USC, OT

Nate Solder, Colorado, OT

Zane Taylor, Utah, OC

Shane Vereen, California, RB

Ryan Whalen, Stanford, WR

Nate Williams, Washington, S

Zach Williams, Washington State, OC

Shareece Wright, USC, CB