Michigan featured one of the nation's most experienced, veteran-laden rosters last season.
So it makes sense that 14 Wolverines were invited to this year's NFL Combine, the most of any school. It also ties Ohio State's 2016 record.
Among those Michigan standouts who will travel to Indianapolis include potential first-round draft picks in Jabrill Peppers, defensive end Taco Charlton and cornerback Jourdan Lewis.
The combine invited 330 players, including a nation-leading 66 from the SEC. The ACC received 60 invites and the Big Ten received 51.
Alabama and LSU each totaled 10 invites; Clemson, Miami and Texas A&M received nine, Ohio State, Florida State, Florida, USC, Arkansas and Utah had eight former players invited.
Those Buckeyes invited include: potential first-round picks in safety Malik Hooker, cornerback Marshon Lattimore and running back Curtis Samuel, center Pat Elflein, linebacker Raekwon McMillan, cornerback Gareon Conley, wide receiver Noah Brown, and punter Cam Johnston.
The combine is set to begin Feb. 28 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Browns own the first and 12th overall picks and five overall in the top 65.
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