Every year the NFL world descends upon Indianapolis as more than 300 prospects participate in drills in front of scouts, coaches and GMs from all 32 NFL teams.
This year, five football players with Utah County ties will work out at Lucas Oil Stadium with the hopes of improving their draft stock.
Sione Takitaki, linebacker, BYU
Sione Takitaki is the lone BYU player at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this year. Takitaki had 237 tackles in career at BYU, as well as 32.5 tackles for loss, and 14.5 sacks.
The linebackers are scheduled to workout for NFL scouts on Sunday.
Porter Gustin, defensive end, Salem Hills
Porter Gustin, who played college football at USC, will look to impress NFL scouts after suffering an injury in his senior season with the Trojans.
In his four-year career with USC, Gustin had 137 tackles, 33 tackles for loss, 21 sacks, and a fumble recovery.
Gustin's workout on the Lucas Oil Stadium turf is scheduled for Sunday.
Chase Hansen, safety, Lone Peak
The Daily Herald's All-Valley Football Player of the Year in 2011, Chase Hansen was a standout athlete at Lone Peak. During his time playing a myriad of defensive positions for the University of Utah, Hansen made 272 tackle, 33.5 tackles for loss and had eight sacks.
He also had six interceptions, and returned two of those for touchdowns.
The defensive backs are scheduled to workout on Monday.
Matt Gay, kicker, Orem
Throughout his college football career at the University of Utah, Matt Gay became one of the best kickers in the country.
Gay made 56-of-65 field goals, including a 56-yarder against San Jose State in 2017.
The kickers workout is scheduled for Friday.
Dax Raymond, wide receiver, Timpview
Former Timpview standout Dax Raymond enters the NFL Combine with 72 career catches for 873 yards and three touchdowns at Utah State.
Raymond and the rest of the wide receivers workout on Saturday.