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Highlights and interviews from Michigan State Football Pro Day

Expect to hear plenty of Michigan State football players’ names in this year’s NFL Draft. The Spartans held their annual Pro Day on Wednesday on the campus of Michigan State. The list of MSU Pro Day attendees included center Jack Allen, wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, defensive end Shilique Calhoun, offensive lineman Jack Conklin, quarterback Connor Cook, and others. BTN’s Lisa Byington, Jim Miller and Russ Lande were in East Lansing to take in all the action. Here is a look at highlights and interviews from MSU’s Pro Day. Is there a better college football coach at developing talent? @MSU_Football's Mark

Big Ten players invited to the 2016 NFL Combine

The invite list for the NFL Combine is out. And, it is loaded with Big Ten players–58 in all. [ MORE: These 10 players leave the biggest shoes to fill ] Ohio State leads the way among league schools with 14 players invited to the Combine, which will be held Feb. 23-29 in Indianapolis. All 14 schools have at least one player going. Jack Allen, C, Michigan State Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State Austin Blythe, C, Iowa Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB, Minnesota Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State Anthony Brown, CB, Purdue Aaron

Here's a final look at Big Ten's early 2016 NFL Draft entrants

The deadline for players to enter the NFL draft early was Monday, Jan. 18. And, no Big Ten team—or any squad in the nation, for that matter–had more defections than Ohio State. The Buckeyes saw nine players bolt, highlighted by the early departure of defensive end Joe Bosa, who some feel will be the first pick in the 2016 draft. In all, 20 Big Ten players turned pro. No other Big Ten team had more than two players leave. Eight schools had at least one player bolt. Here is a look at the Big Ten players who are leaving early:

Six Big Ten stars land on Mel Kiper's NFL Mock Draft 1.0

When Mel Kiper Jr. releases an NFL Mock Draft, both college and NFL football fans take notice. [MORE: Top replacements for 2016 | What are J.T. Barrett’s Heisman outlook? | Big Ten’s 2015 football season stands out | Final 2015 football standings ] The ESPN NFL Draft guru released his initial first round mock draft today, and it features six Big Ten names. Check out his Kiper’s full 2016 NFL Mock Draft 1.0 here. Highlighting the list is Ohio State DE Joey Bosa, who Kiper has going No. 1 overall to the Tennessee Titans. “Every team wants great D-linemen, and Bosa has the

Desmond King announces he will return to Iowa for senior season

Feels good to finish my education and to be with my brothers for my senior year. There will be those that say my decision is wrong but it's what's best for me. Let's make it a good one fellas🏈 A post shared by Desmond E King II (@iiam_blaqbadger14) on Jan 5, 2016 at 11:15am PST The 2015 Jim Thorpe Award winner is coming back to Iowa City, Iowa. [ MORE: These Big Ten stars have declared for 2016 NFL Draft ] Iowa junior cornerback Desmond King announced he will return to school for his senior season in an Instagram post

Breaking down the Big Ten's top 2016 NFL Draft prospects

We are one week removed from the 2015 NFL Draft, which means it’s already time to look ahead to next year. [ MORE: Big Ten stars take top three spots in ESPN’s mock draft ] As 2016 NFL mock drafts begin to emerge, it is clear that the Big Ten should be well-represented in next year’s three-day event. In fact, we have been tracking several big-name publication mock drafts, including ESPN’s, which had a total of nine Big Ten stars going in the first round. I teamed up with BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart to craft a list of who

Big Ten stars take top three spots in ESPN's 2016 NFL Mock Draft

Now that the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books, fans can’t help but switch their attention to the way-too-early mock drafts for the following season. [ MORE: View McShay’s full 2016 mock draft ] Just last week, we put together a list of several publications that have already released their 2016 mock drafts. Now, other big-name publications are publishing their mock drafts, including ESPN. NFL Draft Analyst Todd McShay released his way-too-early 2016 first-round NFL mock draft today, which includes nine Big Ten stars. In fact, three Big Ten players land in the first three picks of the mock

Kiper Jr. lists Ryan, Bennett as potential late-round impact rookies

When it comes to the NFL Draft, ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. knows his stuff. [ MORE: See all 20 of the Big Ten’s picks from Rounds 4 through 7 ] The well-known NFL Draft guru recently put together a list of possible early-impact performers from Rounds 4 through 7. Kiper Jr. lists former Big Ten defensive standouts Jake Ryan (Michigan) and Michael Bennett (Ohio State) on the list. Ryan was selected in the fourth round with the No. 129 pick by the Green Bay Packers. “I could see (Jake) Ryan challenging to move into one of the inside linebacker roles