KNOXVILLE (WVLT) -- Former Tennessee football players Luke Stocker and Denarius Moore have been invited to the NFL Combine, according to the official invite list posted on the combine's website.
Former Alcoa and Kentucky star Randall Cobb is also invited.
Moore, a wide receiver, caught 47 passes for 981 yards and nine touchdowns during his senior campaign.
Stocker, the Vols' starting tight end, snagged 39 catches for 417 yards and two touchdowns.
Cobb was an AP All-American as an all-purpose player after leading the SEC in all-purpose yardage.
The combine is the NFL's premier stage for draft-eligible prospects to showcase their athletic ability to professional teams. Players participate in such activities as the 40-yard dash, the broad jump and various football-related drills.
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