Not too much of a surprise, but someting of a disappointment that more Wolverines were not invited. As expected, Denard was invited as a WR.
- Illinois (4): DE Michael Buchanan; CB Terry Hawthorne; DT Akeem Spence; OT Hugh Thornton
- Iowa (2): CB Micah Hyde; QB James Vandenberg
- Michigan: WR Denard Robinson
- Michigan State (4): CB Johnny Adams; RB Le’Veon Bell; DE William Gholston; TE Dion Sims
- Minnesota: QB MarQueis Gray
- Nebraska (3): RB Rex Burkhead; P Brett Maher; S Daimion Stafford
- Ohio State (7): FB Zach Boren; OT Reid Fragel; DT Johnathan Hankins; LB Etienne Sabino; DE John Simon; TE Jake Stoneburner; DE Nathan Williams
- Penn State (4): DT Jordan Hill; LB Gerald Hodges; LB Michael Mauti; C Matt Stankiewitch
- Purdue (2): CB Josh Johnson; DT Kawann Short
- Wisconsin (4): RB Montee Ball; C Travis Frederick; LB Mike Taylor; OT Ricky Wagner
Indiana and Northwestern had zero invitees. So there's that.
Michigan got two — linebacker Jonas Mouton and guard Steve Schilling.
Michigan State got the most invites of the state schools, with four — receiver Mark Dell, tight end Charles Gantt, defensive back Chris Rucker and linebacker Greg Jones.
The only other invitees from the state are Hillsdale receiver Andrew Holmes and Central Michigan linebacker Nick Bellore.
Congratulations to Jonas and Steve.
just wow. I hope this was a glitch. http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010-nfl-combine-results-defensive-backs/