The NFL released the list of 389 players invited to the 2023 NFL Combine on Wednesday and five former Texas Longhorns made the cut — running back Bijan Robinson, running back Roschon Johnson, defensive lineman Moro Ojomo, defensive tackle Keondre Coburn, and linebacker DeMarvion Overshown.
The notable omission? Cornerback D’Shawn Jamison, who made some plays on special teams in addition to taking reps at wide receiver at the Shrine Bowl.
Robinson is widely considered the top running back in the 2023 NFL Draft, while Johnson is currently recovering from a broken hand suffered during practice at the Senior Bowl, a minor setback for a player who still projects as a potential second-day selection.
Ojomo and Coburn both participated in the Shrine Bowl with Jamison and impressed during practice.
Texas’ Moro Ojomo has been on a tear at these practices. Great rep here on Jerome Carvin.— ScoutVision (@ScoutVision_) January 30, 2023
Ojomo shows great strength, but his hands are what stands out the most. Watch the set up, to the punch with the left hand, and then rip. Textbook. #ShrineBowl pic.twitter.com/s2vECJKTjM
His name: Keondre Coburn, Destroyer of Rushing Lanes— Cam Mellor (@CamMellor) February 1, 2023
Great look at what the @TexasFootball DT (#99) can do at the @ShrineBowl from Day 4!#PFNShrine | @PFN365 pic.twitter.com/KQZJ0XbgsM
This year’s combine takes place in Indianapolis from February 28 through March 6 with the Texas Pro Timing Day likely to take place sometime shortly thereafter.