2012 NFL Draft: Combine Invitees Announced, Oregon's LaMichael James Among Them

Oregon, Washington and Oregon State will all have representatives at this year's NFL Combine.

The NFL Combine announced its invitee list and not surprisingly, Oregon leads the region in the number of participants. The Ducks will have seven representatives, the Washington Huskies will have four and the Oregon St. Beavers will have one.

Among the participants will be Heisman Trophy finalist and Oregon running back LaMichael James. As the combine approaches, we will break down each player in-depth. But for now, let's just get you all acquainted with who you'll be looking out for starting on Feb. 22 and ending on Feb. 28.

Dreams have been made real during the combine. The following players are only hoping to be included on that list of success stories.

Mark Asper, Oregon, offensive guard

Cliff Harris, Oregon, defensive back

LaMichael James, Oregon, running back

Joshua Kaddu, Oregon, linebacker

David Paulson, Oregon, tight end

Edward Pleasant, Oregon, strong safety

Darron Thomas, Oregon, quarterback

Jermaine Kearse, Washington, wide receiver

Senio Kelemete, Washington, offensive tackle

Chris Polk, Washington, running back

Alameda Ta'Amu, Washington, defensive tackle

James Rodgers, Oregon State, wide receiver

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