2013 NFL Combine schedule: Denard Robinson takes the stage in Indianapolis

Gregory Shamus

The 2013 NFL Combine is set to begin on Saturday. Here's what you need to know.

The 2013 NFL Combine begins this weekend with several top prospects from Michigan making the journey to Lucas Oil Stadium. Denard Robinson, officially listed as a wide receiver, will be the only player from the Wolverines in action.


Analysts continue to question what Robinson is capable of at the next level, but he constantly proved his ability to make plays at the University of Michigan. He rushed for 1,266 yards on 177 carries his senior season.

Michigan State has four players on the invite list. Johnny Adams, Le'Veon Bell, William Gholston and Dion Sims are all heading to Indianapolis. Bell looks to be leading the group as the highest prospect on draft boards. Most experts have him being taken around Round 4.

This year's NFL Combine begins on Feb. 23. Tight ends, offensive linemen, and special teams are set to take the field first. Quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers get time to shine on Feb. 24. Defensive players are in action on Feb. 25-26.

What you need to know

Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

Where to watch: NFL Network

Coverage: 9 a.m. to midnight ET, starting Feb. 23

Live Stream: NFL.com

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