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NFL Combine - Tyler Lockett and B.J. Finney: schedule and how to watch

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Two K-State seniors are among the over 300 players auditioning for spots in the league.

Mr. Lockett, they're ready to see you now.
Mr. Lockett, they're ready to see you now.
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It's that time of the football year when college seniors head off for their first job interview: the NFL Scouting Combine. They'll be measured, tested, drilled, poked, prodded, and grilled. And we've got the information you need to keep an eye on your Wildcat hopefuls.

The event: NFL Scouting Combine

Dates: February 17-23

Times: Starting at 8am CT each day

Coverage: Begins Friday, February 20 on NFL Network, streaming via NFL Combine Live on NFL.com. Rich Eisen hosts the coverage alongside Mike Mayock, with reports from LaVar Arrington, Rhett Lewis, Dan Hellie, Brian Baldinger, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Steve Mariucci, Brian Billick, and Bucky Brooks.

Leveraging our colleagues: SB Nation's Mocking the Draft will have full coverage of the combine, and will be posting live updates on Twitter at @MockingTheDraft.

Who: This full list of invitees is unsortable, but the search box does let you filter the list by any criteria you wish.

Schedule breakdown: The invitees are broken into groups, each taking a four-day journey through the process as follows:

DATE Registration
Pre-Exam
X-Rays
Orientation
Interviews
Measurements
Medical Exam
Media
Interviews
NFLPA Meeting
Psych Exam
Bench Press
Interviews
On-Field Workouts
TELEVISED
Tue, 2/17 PK/ST/OL/TE
(Finney)
Wed, 2/18 QB/WR/RB
(Lockett)
PK/ST/OL/TE
(Finney)
Thu, 2/19 DL/LB QB/WR/RB
(Lockett)
PK/ST/OL/TE
(Finney)
Fri, 2/20 DB DL/LB QB/WR/RB
(Lockett)
PK/ST/OL/TE
(Finney)
Sat, 2/21 DB DL/LB QB/WR/RB
(Lockett)
Sun, 2/22 DB DL/LB
Mon, 2/23 DB

The on-field workouts will include 40 times, vertical and broad jumps, three-cone drills, 20- and 60-yard shuttles, and drills specific to position -- which will include kick-slide drills for Finney and hands skills for Lockett.

We don't know exactly when we'll see Finney on Friday or Lockett on Saturday, unfortunately, so if you're interested in seeing them specifically you're still going to have to start watching each day at 8am. But obviously there's over 300 other guys you may want to watch if you're a fan of the NFL product, so you may find watching the entire thing worthwhile, right?