No, there won’t be a traditional NFL Scouting Combine in 2021, but players will still get the opportunity to improve their stock before the draft begins next month. And, yes, the league is still technically sending out combine invitations.

Instead of a traditional combine, schools will use their pro day for aspiring NFL stars to show off their skill set in front of scouts. These days have already been in place for years, but they’ll be much more significant this year.

This week, the NFL released the complete list of players receiving an invite to the combine. Of the 323 invitations sent out, 50 of them will be going to B1G players. Only two teams will not have a representative in the combine: Maryland and Rutgers. The other 12 schools all have at least one player.

You can view when each school will be hosting its pro day here.

Below is the breakdown among B1G programs:

Illinois (1)

Kendrick Green, OG

Indiana (3)

Jamar Johnson, S

Whop Philyor, WR

Stevie Scott III, RB

Iowa (5)

Chauncey Golston, DE

Alaric Jackson, OT

Daviyon Nixon, DT

Brandon Smith, WR

Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR

Michigan (8)

Nico Collins, WR

Nick Eubanks, TE

Chris Evans, RB

Ben Mason, FB

Jalen Mayfield, OT

Cameron McGrone, LB

Ambry Thomas, CB

Kwity Paye, DE

Michigan State (2)

Shakur Brown, CB

Naquan Jones, DT

Minnesota (2)

Rashod Bateman, WR

Benjamin St-Juste, CB

Nebraska (1)

Brenden Jaimes, OT

Northwestern (4)

Earnest Brown IV, DE

Paddy Fisher, LB

Greg Newsome II, CB

Rashawn Slater, OT

Ohio State (14)

Tuf Borland, LB

Baron Browning, LB

Drue Chrisman, P

Jonathon Cooper, DE

Wyatt Davis, OG

Luke Farrell, TE

Justin Fields, QB

Blake Haubeil, K

Justin Hilliard, LB

Josh Myers, C

Trey Sermon, RB

Tommy Togiai, DT

Shaun Wade, CB

Pete Werner, LB

Penn State (6) 

Pat Freiermuth, TE

Will Fries, OT

Michal Menet, C

Jayson Oweh, DE

Micah Parsons, LB

Shaka Toney, DE

Purdue (2)

Derrick Barnes, LB

Rondale Moore, WR

Wisconsin (2)

Cole Van Lanen, OT

Rachad Wildgoose, CB