View images of the seven players representing Cal and Stanford at the NFL Scouting Combine.
On Tuesday, Feb. 28, 330 prospects from around the nation will descend on Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine. Seven of those athletes will be representing Bay Area Schools.
The Cal Golden Bears will be sending three athletes and four more will be representing Stanford. Below we take a look at the accomplishments and accolades of each NFL prospect.
Chad Hansen, WR, CalHansen (6'1, 185) spent two seasons in Berkley, Calif. The former walk-on hauled in 111 passes for 1,498 yards and 12 touchdowns and is currently ranked 48th in Daniel Jeremiah’s Top-50 prospects.
Bradley Northangel, LS, CalNorthangel (6'3, 245) spent two seasons as the Golden Bears long snapper and holds a perfect snap record in his 39 appearances.
Davis Webb, QB, CalWebb (6'5, 230) started his college career at Texas Tech where he completed 459-of-737 passing attempts for 5,557 yards and 46 touchdowns in three seasons. Webb transferred to Cal for his senior season and thrived in the "Bear-Raid Offense," completing 382-of-620 for 4,295 yards and 37 touchdowns. Webb is currently Mike Mayock’s fifth ranked quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Christian McCaffrey, RB, StanfordMcCaffrey (6'0, 200) was a three-year starter for the Cardinal. During his time, he amassed 3,922 rushing yards, 1,206 receiving yards and 1,859 return yards to go along with 33 total touchdowns. In his sophomore season, McCaffrey broke Barry Sanders' record for all-purpose yards, was named AP College Football Player of the year and finished second in voting behind current Tennesse Titans running back Derrick Henry for the Heisman Trophy.
Michael Rector, WR, StanfordRector (6'1, 189) spent his four seasons at Stanford hauling in 104 passes for 1,681 yards and 15 touchdowns. His best year came his junior season when he caught 34 passes for 559 yards and seven touchdowns.
Solomon Thomas, DE, StanfordThomas (6'3, 271) racked up 12.5 sacks, 98 total tackles (68 solo), 24.5 tackles for loss, four fumble recoveries, one forced fumble and one touchdown. The Coppel, Texas native is another prospect that many experts have being selected in the top half of the draft.
Conrad Ukropina, K, StanfordUkropina (6'1, 194) connected on 42-of-51 field goals including a perfect three-for-three from 50-yards and beyond. Ukropina was nearly perfect on extra points missing only one of his 240 attempts.