INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 03: Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield looks on during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 3, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)We are just three weeks away from the annual NFL Scouting Combine. Over 330 prospects will descend on Indianapolis to participate in the event.Some schools are going be more represented than others in Indy. Six programs will have at least nine players participating.Alabama and Clemson lead the way with 11, followed by Ohio State with 10. Georgia, Ole Miss and Washington are next with nine each.You can see the full list of teams sending six or more players to the combine below, courtesy of Stadium’s Brett McMurphy. Most players at NFL Combine:11-Alabama, Clemson10-Ohio State9-Georgia, Ole Miss, Washington8-Florida, Kentucky, Miss St., Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Wisconsin7-Boston College, Penn St., Stanford6-Auburn, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Missouri, NC State, Utah, West Virginia— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) February 7, 2019Incredibly, over one-quarter of this year’s invitees played for an SEC program.NFL combine invites for every SEC school:Alabama – 11Georgia – 9Ole Miss – 9Kentucky – 8Florida – 8Texas A&M – 8Miss State – 8LSU – 6Auburn – 6Mizzou – 6SC – 5Arkansas – 4Vandy – 2Tennessee – 0That means 90 of 338 combine invites (26.6%) went to SEC players.— Ben Jones (@BW_Jones) February 7, 2019The 2019 NFL Scouting Combine will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium. It kicks off on February 26 and runs through March 4.Draft hopefuls will be tested in a variety of physical challenges, including bench press, vertical leap and broad jump. Perhaps more importantly, they will meet with and be evaluated by representatives from NFL teams, and will also take part in media sessions.The event will be partially televised on NFL Network.