Notable Participants in the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine

The path to the 2016 NFL Draft is beginning to heat up.

In just over a week and a half, some 332 prospects will converge in Indianapolis for a week of measuring, evaluating and interviewing – all with the hopes of improving their draft stocks.

The annual NFL Scouting Combine will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts, from Feb. 23-29. On Thursday, the NFL released the full list of college players invited to take part in the event.

49ers.com will be on-site in Indianapolis providing full coverage of each day's activities. San Francisco picks No. 7 overall in this year's draft. Here's the latest mock draft tracker we've published.

You can view all the invitees in one place here, but for easier consumption, we've highlighted five marquee prospects from each position group to keep an eye on.

Quarterbacks

Vernon Adams, Oregon

Connor Cook, Michigan State

Jared Goff, California

Paxton Lynch, Memphis

Carson Wentz, North Dakota State

Running backs

Alex Collins, Arkansas

Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech

Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State

Tyler Ervin, San Jose State

Derrick Henry, Alabama

Wide receivers

Josh Doctson, TCU

Braxton Miller, Ohio State

Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma

Michael Thomas, Ohio State

Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

Tight ends

Jerell Adams, South Carolina

Hunter Henry, Arkansas

Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky

Nick Vannett, Ohio State

Bryce Williams, East Carolina

Offensive line

Jack Conklin, Michigan State

Josh Garnett, Stanford

Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

Cody Whitehair, Kansas State

Defensive line

Joey Bosa, Ohio State

Shaq Lawson, Clemson

Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

Jarran Reed, Alabama

A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

Linebackers

Leonard Floyd, Georgia

Myles Jack, UCLA

Darron Lee, Ohio State

Reggie Ragland, Alabama

Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

Defensive backs

Vonn Bell, Ohio State

Jeremy Cash, Duke

Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida

Karl Joseph, West Virginia

Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

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