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Ibraheim Campbell invited to NFL Combine

Campbell is the only Northwestern player to receive an invite.

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Ibraheim Campbell, a four-year starting safety at Northwestern, has been invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, according to a list the league released Friday.

Campbell recently participated in the Senior Bowl, and is projected as a mid-round pick by most draft experts.

Campbell was the only Northwestern player to be invited. Kyle Prater, Tony Jones, Chi Chi Ariguzo and Brandon Vitabile all played in all-star showcase games and are NFL hopefuls, but none were selected.

The combine will take place from Feb. 17-23, and will be televised on the NFL Network. Defensive backs are scheduled to go through on-field drills on the 23rd.

Since 2010, Northwestern has sent four former players to the NFL Combine: QB Mike Kafka, DL Corey Wootton and DB Sherrick McManis (2010), and TE Drake Dunsmore (2012). All four were drafted.

Quarterback/wide receiver Kain Colter was invited to the Combine in 2014, but withdrew due to an ankle injury.