Three hundred and thirty one players were invited to the NFL's scouting combine in February.
Many will be drafted this weekend. But not every player who is selected by the time the seventh round is closed out Saturday night will have been a combine invitee.
Their selections will prove some players deserved invitations and others didn’t.
Though the stated goal of the combine’s organizers is "to invite every player that will be drafted in the ensuing NFL draft" it just doesn’t work out that way.
Here are the players who were not invited to the combine that have the best chance to be selected:
Daniel Braverman, WR, Western Michigan: Could struggle with press coverage because he is undersized at 175 pounds. Many in the league see a potential slot receiver after his 108 catches last season. He did miss the 2013 season with a torn ACL.
Joe Bolden, LB, Michigan: Tough, productive college player who faces questions about his athleticism. He ran a 4.94 40 at his pro day at 230 pounds.
Michael Caputo, S, Wisconsin: Three-year starter had 106 tackles in 2014 to go with 65 tackles last season. He's seen as a box safety with limited potential in coverage, and it could keep him from being drafted.
Brandon Chubb, LB, Wake Forest: First-team All-ACC pick after finishing with 105 tackles in 2015, and he had more than 10 tackles in six games. He ran a 4.65 40, at 235 pounds, at his pro day.
Ty Darlington, C, Oklahoma: Former prep wrestler made 25 starts over the past two seasons and was a first-team All-Big 12 pick. He won the Wuerffel Trophy as player who combined athletics, academics and off-the-field community service.
Kyle Friend, C, Temple: A three-time team captain, he was one of the strongest players in the college game. He started 41 consecutive games before the streak was broken because of a knee injury in 2015.
Alex Kinal, P, Wake Forest: Teams often debate whether or not to use a draft pick on a punter or kicker, but Kinal has one of the highest draft grades of any player who was not invited to the combine. The native of Australia led the nation with 32 punts inside opponents' 20 in 2015.
Jay Lee, WR, Baylor: At 6-foot-1 ¾-inches tall and 215 pounds, with 33-inch arms, he ran a 4.52 40-yard dash at his pro day. The transition from Baylor’s offense to the NFL hasn’t always gone well for the school’s former players, but he is a willing to block in the run game. A team could make him a third-day pick.
Eric Mac Lain, G, Clemson: He was a tight end when he arrived and has only been a full-time starter in the offense for one season.
Keenan Reynolds, RB/WR/KR, Navy: He scored a record 88 touchdowns in his career as Navy quarterback. He ran a 4.57 40-yard dash at his pro day with a 37-inch vertical jump. He faces a service commitment and position switch to become a pro.
Elandon Roberts, S, Houston: His 88 solo tackles last season is a double-take worthy number -- he had 142 overall. He was also a team captain with a 10-tackle day -- with two tackles for loss -- against Florida State in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
Aziz Shittu, DE/DT, Stanford: A first-team All-Pac-12 selection with 14 tackles for loss in 2015, some scouts consider him to be a run-down specialist with limited pass-rush skills.