Kyler Murray to participate in NFL Combine

Kyler Murray to participate in NFL Combine

Kyler Murray to participate in NFL Combine

Then, the Oklahoma quarterback threw for 364 yards and rushed for 114 in a massive 59-56 win over West Virginia and a couple of NFL scouts who were in attendance began to think there was a chance he might choose football. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Murray has already accepted the invitation. This is an exciting update in the current mystery as to which sport Kyler Murray would be considering for his career.

Other Sooners headed to the combine are running back Rodney Anderson, receiver Marquise Brown, offensive lineman Bobby Evans, offensive lineman Cody Ford, offensive lineman Ben Powers, offensive lineman Dru Samia and kicker Austin Seibert.

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According to NFL Media, the former Oklahoma quarterback will participate in the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium from February 26 to March 4.

Benny Snell, who left United Kingdom as the program's all-time leading rusher, also will participate in the combine, workouts for which are scheduled from March 1-March 4 in Indianapolis.

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One thing is for sure: Murray is certainly a dynamic athlete, so dynamic that he was also a first-round pick of the Oakland Athletics in addition to being the 2018 Heisman Trophy victor. OU has eight of the Big 12's 33 representatives for the event.

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