French oil and gas company Total posted a 26% drop in 2Q net profit as a result of lower oil and gas prices. Total has said it plans to sell about $5 billion worth of assets, mostly from its Exploration & Production business.Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO of Total. Source: Wikimedia; Author: Jérémy Barande – under the CC BY-SA 2.0 licenseThe company on Thursday posted adjusted net profit of $2.9 billion, a 19% decrease from the adjusted net profit of $3.6 billion in the same period last year.Total’s net income was $2.8 billion in 2Q 2019, a 26% decrease compared to 2Q 2018 and net income of $3.7 billion.Hydrocarbon production was 2,957 kboe/d in 2Q 2019, an increase of 9% compared to 2Q 2018 due to start-up and ramp-up of new projects, offset by natural decline and maintenance.Commenting on the results, Chairman and CEO, Patrick Pouyanné, said: “Markets remained volatile with Brent averaging $69/b in the second quarter, an increase of 9% compared to the previous quarter, but natural gas prices were down 36% in Europe and 26% in Asia. In this context, with a slight increase in production to 2.96 Mboe/d, adjusted net income increased by 5% compared to the previous quarter to 2.9 B$, and the return on equity remained above 11%.”“Exploration & Production benefited from the higher Brent with a 15% increase in operating cash flow before working capital changes.”He added: “In signing an agreement with Occidental to acquire Anadarko’s assets in Africa, the Group is preparing for its future and capitalizing on its strengths. In Mozambique, it leverages its expertise in LNG, in Ghana, the deep offshore and, in Algeria, its historic presence. The Group continues to grow in LNG with the signing of a sales contract with the Chinese company Guanghui, the takeover of Toshiba’s LNG portfolio and the start-up of Cameron LNG in the United States.“This strategy is complemented by the divestment of high-breakeven assets, such as the recent sale of mature assets in the UK North Sea. This active portfolio management policy will continue with the sale of 5 B$ of assets over the 2019-20 period, the majority coming from Exploration & Production.”Since the start of the third quarter 2019, Brent has traded above $60/b in a context of renewed OPEC+ quotas and uncertainties about the evolution of production in Libya, Venezuela and Iran. According to Total, the environment remains volatile, with uncertainty about hydrocarbon demand growth related to the outlook for global economic growth.The Group maintains its spending discipline in 2019 with an organic investment target of around $14 billion and an average production cost of $5.5/boe. The organic pre-dividend cash flow breakeven will remain below $30/b.Production growth should exceed 9% in 2019, thanks to the ramp-up of projects started in 2018 and the start-ups in the first half 2019 of Kaombo Sul in Angola and Culzean in the UK North Sea, as well as the upcoming Johan Sverdrup in Norway and lara 1 in Brazil.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
Lucille Warfield, 100, of Correct passed away at 7:40pm Sunday, February 19, 2017 at the Manderley Health Care Center in Osgood. She was born at Correct on October 3, 1916 the daughter of Holman and Bertha Day Gookins. She was married to Carl Warfield on July 30, 1938 and he preceded her in death on October 2, 2003. Survivors include one son Tom (Lois) Warfield of Correct; one daughter Rebecca (Charles) Rogers of Carmel; 6 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by her parents and her brother Ralph Gookins. Mrs. Warfield grew up at Correct on the family farm with her brother and parents. Her grandfather T. G. Day of Correct was a Civil War veteran having fought at Gettysburg and was held as a prisoner of war at Andersonville, Georgia. Lucille was a 1934 graduate of Versailles High School and completed the 2 year teachers course at Hanover College in 1936 before teaching at the Benham School in 1937. Since women were not allowed to be married and teach school her career ended upon marrying Carl in 1938. She also worked as a bookkeeper for Warfield Fertilizer. Lucille was a 60 year member of the Versailles Baptist Church and was also a member of the Correct Homemakers club. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 23rd at 3pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Rev. Mike Cantrell officiating. Burial will be in the Cliff Hill Cemetery in Versailles. Visitation will be Thursday from 1pm until time of services. Memorials may be given to the Cliff Hill Cemetery or the Versailles Baptist Church in care of the funeral home.
Batesville, IN—In case you missed it, Victory Boyd + family performed at The Barn at Walhill from 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. last night and they had a special guest star, Ye. Or as most people know him, Kanye West. Rumors circulated social media sites before the concert had finished, but Victory herself posted a video of Kanye introducing himself to the crowd. Kanye flew to Batesville after performing his Sunday Service to a large crowd at a megachurch in Atlanta Sunday.Rumor has it Mr. West is still in the area today…
Press Association The Reds boss has stressed he is keen to get his business done as early as possible to avoid the sort of problems which arose last summer. Rodgers loaned striker Andy Carroll to West Ham the day before the August deadline in the belief he would be signing Clint Dempsey. But the move collapsed after owners Fenway Sports Group baulked at Fulham’s asking price and the United States international moved to Tottenham instead. But with Toure approaching free agent status it was a relatively straightforward deal to complete. The 32-year-old’s vast wealth of Premier League experience, having joined Arsenal in 2002 before moving to City, may prove invaluable. With the futures of Martin Skrtel, who lost his place to Carragher in the second half of the campaign, and Sebastian Coates open to question, further additions are required in the back four. Top of Rodgers’ list appears to be Schalke’s 21-year-old centre-back Kyriakos Papadopoulos with Sporting Lisbon’s Tiago Ilori also on the list. The retirement of Jamie Carragher at the end of the season after 737 matches left a huge void to be filled and, while the Ivory Coast international may only be a stop-gap, he fulfils a need for the Reds boss. Toure, who will join Liverpool on July 1 once his contract expires at the Etihad Stadium, will provide important back-up and Rodgers will hope he can ease the transition to a post-Carragher era. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has begun his summer restrengthening by signing Manchester City’s Kolo Toure to add much-needed experience to his defence.
Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. firstname.lastname@example.org Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest Posts Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Homich, 26, pulled away from runner-up Andrew Kephart, 29, of Ellsworth as the race wore on, finishing with a time of 35 minutes and 47 seconds in the field of 46 runners.Kephart crossed the finish line in 37:04 to win the age group for men ages 20-29, and Kevin Gravina, 35, of Cambridge, Mass., was third in 37:30, winning the age group for men ages 30-39.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textWomen’s winner Meaghan Monroe, 28, also from Cambridge, was fourth overall in 42:14.Other age group winners:Women ages 20-29 – Kassandra Strout, 24, of Trenton, 11th in 48:16.Women ages 30-39 – Laureen Libby, 37, of Frankfort, seventh in 47:24.Women ages 40-49 – Michelle Gagnon, 48, of Ellsworth, eighth in 47:37.Men ages 40-49 – Stephen Sullivan, 41, of Ellsworth, 10th in 47:50.Women ages 50-59 – Lisa Tweedie, 51, of Bar Harbor, 20th in 52:53.Men ages 50-59 – Stephen Whalen, 52, of Tremont, fifth in 43:41.Men ages 60-69 – Tom Murphy, 62, of Ellsworth, 17th in 51:04.Men ages 70 and over – Bob Bachorik, 70, of Ellsworth, 24th in 57:10.A field of 47 runners also competed in the five-kilometer race, with Toby Walls, 4, of Barnet, Vt., taking top honors in 19:09.Robin Clarke, 44, of Ellsworth was the first woman to finish, placing seventh overall in 21:47.Male and female age group winners:Youth ages 0-10 – Caleb Hicks, 9, of Franklin, ninth in 22:46; Olivia Hicks, 7, of Franklin, 21st in 27:21.Youth ages 11-19 – Evan Merchant, 13 of Beals, fifth in 20:46; Payton Hicks, 11, of Franklin, 19th in 26:53.Ages 20-29 – James Perry Jr., 25, of Eastbrook, second in 19:39; Angelica Carr, 26, of Northeast Harbor, 11th in 23:33.Ages 30-39 – Chris Wentworth, 36, of Franklin, fourth in 20:39; Eliza Murphy, 36, of Hancock, 18th in 26:46.Ages 40-49 – Zac Gilhooleyl, 40, of Bar Harbor, sixth in 21:31; Holly Perry, 47, of Milbridge, 43rd in 38:19.Ages 50-59 – Chris Holt, 42, of Ellsworth, third in 20:06; Marion Frehill, 50, of Mariaville, 30th in 31:10.Ages 60-69 – Bill Hansen, 69, of Surry, 17th in 26:13; Robin Emery, 67, of Lamoine, 31st in 31:21.Ages 70 and over – Lloyd Harmon, 73, of Ellsworth, 15th in 25:30. Matt Homich (138) and Andrew Kephart, both of Ellsworth, run together in the early going of Saturday’s Roger Willey 10-kilometer race. Homich pulled away from Kephart and went on to win the event by more than a minute.ELLSWORTH — Matt Homich of Ellsworth finished more than a minute ahead of his nearest challenger in winning the 10-kilometer race of Saturday’s annual Roger Willey Memorial competition. Bio
(CMC) – Anderson Phillip’s telling all-round effort and Jyd Goolie’s maiden first-class hundred deflated Windward Islands Volcanoes and put Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on course for their second straight win of the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday.The 23-year-old fast bowler snatched four for 53 to send Volcanoes tumbling for 173 in their first innings, in reply to Red Force’s massive 409 all out, on the second day of the eighth-round encounter at Brian Lara Stadium.Phillip had earlier struck a cavalier 31-ball unbeaten 36 and featured in a critical last-wicket stand of 59 with the 22-year-old Goolie (128) as Red Force, resuming on their overnight 298 for five, fought back after losing a cluster of wickets.Following on by 236 runs, Volcanoes reached the close on four without loss in their second innings, and now face a difficult penultimate third day today.The visitors had the better of the early exchanges when they grabbed four wickets for 34 runs at the start, to reduce Red Force to 345 for nine.Left-arm pacer Preston McSween, who ended with five for 60 to notch his second five-wicket haul in as many matches, removed Imran Khan in the day’s fifth over after Red Force captain had added just four runs to his overnight 80.The next three wickets went down cheaply but Goolie, who resumed the day on 75, completed his maiden first-class hundred and along with Phillip, frustrated Volcanoes.Goolie, in his fourth first-class outing, struck 16 fours and a six off 206 deliveries in just over 5-¼ hours while Phillip belted four fours and a six in an entertaining 41-minute stay.In reply, Volcanoes got a top score of 67 from veteran opener Devon Smith while wicketkeeper Emmanuel Stewart chipped in with 30 and Keron Cotty, 28, but the last six wickets fell for 55 runs, with Kavem Hodge unable to bat because of injury.Smith, who punched half-dozen fours and two sixes off 117 balls in nearly three hours, put on 48 for the first wicket with Kimani Melius (20) before three wickets tumbled for eight runs.Stewart arrived to add 62 for the fourth with Smith but once the stand was broken, the innings fell apart quickly, as leg-spinner Imran Khan (2-6) and left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein (2-27) got in on the act.
The British Esports Association has today joined the Sport and Recreation Alliance, a sports industry body that provides advice and support to members and works with the government and policy makers in the world of traditional sport.The Sport and Recreation Alliance works with clients such as the Football Association, British Cycling, the Lawn Tennis Association and UK Athletics. The organisation has a membership directory split into the following: “Games and Sports, Major Spectator Sports, Movement and Dance, Outdoor Pursuits, Water Recreation and Other Memberships”.The British Esports Association falls under the “Games and Sports” category, which represents the largest number of clubs and active participants of any division. The website states that “the work of this division embraces areas of common concern to sports’ governing and representative bodies and many of the issues covered are of direct relevance to members of other divisions”.In becoming a member, British Esports becomes the first dedicated esports member. The release outlines that the association has become a member to “get closer to sporting societies and bodies, to show them what esports is and the benefits it offers and to help educate and work with them”.Notably through joining, the British Esports Association has signed the Mental Health Charter, an initiative developed by the Professional Players Association with the mental health charity Mind and also the Sport and Recreation Alliance. The sports industry has embraced esports in a big way in recent years, with sports clubs signing pro players and teams, and making investments and acquisitions in competitive gaming. In joining the Sport and Recreation Alliance, British Esports hopes to bring a greater understanding of esports to the traditional sports sector.British Esports has also signed the Mental Health Charter, an initiative developed by the Professional Players Federation, mental health charity Mind and the Sport and Recreation Alliance. The charter aims to help create a cultural shift in wider society and help remove the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The full charter can be downloaded here.In signing the Charter, British Esports has made three pledges: To promote wellbeing and good mental health within esports, encouraging physical activity and for players to take part in esports in moderation as part of a healthy lifestyle. Allow members to send in requests around mental health and to team up with an expert to assist them. Recruit ambassadors and champions who are willing to support the Charter including those who have personal experience /close experience of mental health problems and those who can champion the programme. Rt. Hon. Ed Vaizey MP and Vice Chair of the British Esports Association, commented: “We’re delighted to have joined the Sport and Recreation Alliance, who do a lot of good work with Government, policy makers and the media.“As the first esports association to join the Alliance, it shows they are forward-thinking and open to new digital trends. The sport industry has shown keen interest in esports over the past few years and that will no doubt increase.“We’ve also signed the Alliance’s Mental Health Charter – we feel promoting good mental health in esports is an important part of our mission and are happy to have outlined three pledges. We’ll be looking for ambassadors in this area, so if you’re keen to get involved, let us know.” Andrew Moss, Chair of the Sport and Recreation Alliance, said: “It is great to welcome the British Esports Association to our membership. The growth and popularity of esports, both professionally and at a grassroots level, is a prime example of how our world continues to evolve and influence how we get physically and mentally active. “Sport and recreation can contribute to some of society’s biggest problems, including social inclusion and mental health, and esports has a big role to play in helping this agenda. “It can help to bring communities together and change lives whether as a spectator, a participant or a volunteer. The British Esports Association’s pledge to take practical action around mental health is incredibly positive and we look forward to working with them as they continue to champion the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation which aims to break down the stigma and promote best practice across the sector.” Esports Insider says: Another big announcement from British Esports as they really start to push on in the space. Being a member of Ukie and now the Sport and Recreation Alliance goes to show the proactive measures the Association is taking. Mental health is vitally important in all walks of life, so it’s great to see the charter being signed.
Preparations by participating countries in the forthcoming Go On Africa Armwrestling Championship is peaking by the day. Sponsored by Go On Energy drink, a new product line with the prestigious look and premium taste by Twellium industries, the competition, scheduled on July 26, at the Hathramani Hall of the Accra Sports Stadium is expected to draw the continent’s finest for the tourney.Organizers of the competition, Ghana Arm wrestling Federation, through their President Mr Charles Osei Asibey, have indicated that all is set for the big event.So far, close to 15 countries have confirmed participation.Officials of Twellium Industries have said in an interview that ” Our commitment to the development of sports in the country remains unchanged. We believe in Team Ghana, we also believe this championship will go a long way to further strengthen the already healthy relationship among the participating countries. ” He added ” Arm wrestling is young in the country, but l must admit, the prospects look bright, hence our decision to come on board. I must also say that the Go On energy drink was designed for a physical activity like arm wrestling in mind. It enhances high-quality performance.At stake are attractive prizes, medals and a giant trophy. Ghana is being represented by the Golden Arms.Nigeria hosted the previous edition where Ghana won 22 medals which represent the highest silverware won by any single federation in Ghana.
Kobe Bryant appeared ready to speak, so his teammates gathered around to soak in every word he said. Yet, Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. did not huddle up with his teammates because of a backdrop that uniquely defined the Lakers’ 2015-16 season. “There’s a camera guy moving me out of the way to get to Kobe,” Nance Jr. recalled, laughing. “It’s been an adjustment. But I just try to have fun with it.”As the Lakers finished with a franchise-worst 17-65 record, their challenges went beyond the 37-year-old Bryant delaying Father Time or fielding a roster that featured mostly toddlers when Bryant entered the NBA 20 years ago. The Lakers also navigated the tight-rope between embracing Bryant’s farewell tour without obstructing the team’s rebuilding process. “I wouldn’t do anything differently. He deserved everything he got,” Scott said of Bryant, who won five NBA titles and climbed to third place on the league’s all-time scoring list. “I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. I thought we handled it extremely well.”Bryant’s teammates publicly embraced the festivities surrounding his final season. So much that many of them sought autographs from him after capping his career last week with a 60-point effort against Utah. Yet, Scott admitted it was a “possibility” that backdrop contributed to the Lakers’ season-long inconsistency. “Sometimes our guys were torn on how to play or when to do this or when to do that, because they were so into him being on the court,” Scott said. “When he was off the court then there was sometimes a battle of, ‘OK, who’s going to take over?’ instead of ‘Let’s play together.’”Bryant may have encouraged his teammates to play aggressive and even lobbied Scott later in the season to feature his young players more. Yet, Bryant still averaged 17.6 points on a career-low 35.8 percent clip, while taking a team-leading 16.9 shots per game. “You didn’t know what a lot of people were capable of because of the retirement. Next year you’ll get a better feel of what everybody is capable of, players, coaches, everybody,” Lakers rookie point guard D’Angelo Russell said. “That’s something we’ve been discussing throughout the year. It wasn’t something that recently came upon. But it’s also not an excuse.” With Bryant frequently missing practices and shootarounds to stay healthy, his teammates could only foster chemistry with him on gamedays. “He wasn’t always able to come to practice like he would do on a real team playing for something,” Lakers forward Metta World Peace said. “It was hard for them to reap the benefits of that year. Between that and still being young, next year will be a better year.”Given the circumstances, however, Bryant’s teammates gushed on how he at least planted the foundation for what they hope to become long and productive careers. Lakers second-year forward Julius Randle and rookie forward Anthony Brown grew up idolizing Bryant, so they peppered him with questions any chance they could. Beyond helping him with his play, Russell sounded grateful for Bryant’s support amid criticism for secretly recording a video that showed Nick Young admitting infidelities. “It was so small compared to his retirement and last game,” Russell said of his recorded video that went viral. “His success made me forget about a lot.”Yet, that success also explains why the Bryant’s teammates embraced his farewell tour, even if it coincided with having increased annoyance for cameramen and microphones.“It’s something,” Nance said, “I’ll always remember.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
(NFLCombine.net) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/66/a2/nfl-combine-schedule-021920_1hcw75p2bmvv51wc9b913gvg8q.png?t=1586937216&w=500&quality=80 More than 300 NFL Draft prospects have descended upon Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium this week for the 2020 NFL Combine. Of course, the annual scouting event that serves as something of a job interview for the players is not much more than a convention for the NFL team executives who attend. Yet the Combine is a big deal to the players who were invited.While the on-field workouts scheduled for the end of the week will be the league’s TV ratings draw, the interviews draft prospects hold with teams will be just as if not more important as the 2020 NFL Draft approaches. The players who were invited to participate in the 2020 NFL Combine were notified last month after a vetting process by the event’s selection committee. The list of invites is made up of college football players in their final year of eligibility and underclassman who have declared for the 2020 NFL Draft.Below is the complete list of invites for the 2020 NFL Combine, plus the workout schedule for all position groups in Indianapolis.NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020:Patriots, Raiders, Cowboys go defense; Bucs, Chargers go QBNFL Combine invites 2020A total of 337 prospects were invited to the 2020 NFL Combine. The list of invites was determined by the Combine’s Player Selection Committee, which is made up of scouting service directors and members of various NFL player personnel departments.How the invites are settled upon, per the Combine’s website: “All eligible players are reviewed and voted on by the committee members. Each athlete receiving the necessary number of votes, by position, is then extended an invitation. While it is not a perfect science, the goal of the committee is to invite every player that will be drafted in the ensuing NFL Draft.”Below are the 337 players who were invited to the 2020 NFL Combine, in alphabetical order and organized by position group.QuarterbacksQBCollegeKelly BryantMissouriJoe BurrowLSUKevin DavidsonPrincetonJacob EasonWashingtonJake FrommGeorgiaAnthony GordonWashington StateJustin HerbertOregonJalen HurtsOklahomaBrian LewerkeMichigan StateJordan LoveUtah StateJake LutonOregon StateCole McDonaldHawaiiSteven MontezColoradoJames MorganFlorida InternationalShea PattersonMichiganNate StanleyIowaTua TagovailoaAlabamaRunning backsRBCollegeSalvon AhmedWashingtonCam AkersFlorida StateJet AndersonTCULeVante BellamyWestern MichiganEno BenjaminArizona StateRaymond CalaisLouisiana-LafayetteDeeJay DallasMiamiAJ DillonBoston CollegeJ.K. DobbinsOhio StateRico DowdleSouth CarolinaClyde Edwards-HelaireLSUDarrynton EvansAppalachian StateJaMycal HastyBaylorBrian HerrienGeorgiaTony JonesNotre DameJoshua KelleyUCLAJavon LeakeMarylandBenny LeMayCharlotteAnthony McFarlandMarylandZack MossUtahSewo OloniluaTCULa’Mical PerineFloridaScottie PhillipsMississippiJames RobinsonIllinois StateD’Andre SwiftGeorgiaJ.J. TaylorArizonaJonathan TaylorWisconsinPatrick TaylorMemphisKe’Shawn VaughnVanderbiltMike WarrenCincinnatiWide receiversWRCollegeBrandon AiyukArizona StateOmar BaylessArkansas StateLynn BowdenKentuckyTony BrownColoradoLawrence CagerGeorgiaMarquez CallawayTennesseeQuintez CephusWisconsinChase ClaypoolNotre DameTyrie ClevelandFloridaIsaiah CoulterRhode IslandGabriel DavisUCFQuartney DavisTexas A&MDevin DuvernayTexasBryan EdwardsSouth CarolinaChris FinkeNotre DameAaron FullerWashingtonAntonio Gandy-GoldenLibertyAntonio GibsonMemphisStephen GuidryMississippi StateKJ HamlerPenn StateTee HigginsClemsonJohn HightowerBoise StateK.J. HillOhio StateIsaiah HodginsOregon StateTrishton JacksonSyracuseJustin JeffersonLSUVan JeffersonFloridaJauan JenningsTennesseeJerry JeudyAlabamaCollin JohnsonTexasJuwan JohnsonOregonTyler JohnsonMinnesotaCeeDee LambOklahomaKalija LipscombVanderbiltAustin MackOhio StateDenzel MimsBaylorDarnell MooneyTulaneK.J. OsbornMiamiAaron ParkerRhode IslandDezmon PatmonWashington StateDonovan Peoples-JonesMichiganMalcolm PerryNavyMichael PittmanUSCJames ProcheSMUJalen ReagorTCUJoe ReedVirginiaKendrick RogersTexas A&MHenry Ruggs IIIAlabamaLaviska Shenault Jr.ColoradoDarrell StewartMichigan StateFreddie SwainFloridaJeff ThomasMiamiBen VictorOhio StateQuez WatkinsSouthern MissCody WhiteMichigan StateTight endsTECollegeDevin AsiasiUCLAJacob BreelandOregonHarrison BryantFlorida AtlanticHunter BryantWashingtonJosiah DeguaraCincinnatiBrycen HopkinsPurdueDalton KeeneVirginia TechCole KmetNotre DameSean McKeonMichiganThaddeus MossLSUC.J. O’GradyArkansasAlbert OkwuegbunamMissouriColby ParkinsonStanfordJared PinkneyVanderbiltStephen SullivanLSUCharlie TaumoepeauPortland StateAdam TrautmanDaytonMitchell WilcoxSouth FloridaCharlie WoernerGeorgiaDom Wood-AndersonTennesseeOffensive linemenOLCollegeTrey AdamsWashingtonHakeem AdenijiKansasTremayne AnchrumClemsonBen BartchSt. John’s (Minn.)Mekhi BectonLouisvilleTyler BiadaszWisconsinBen BredesonMichiganCohl CabralArizona StateSaahdiq CharlesLSUCameron ClarkCharlotteEzra ClevelandBoise StateTrystan Colon-CastilloMissouriLloyd CushenberryLSUJack DriscollAuburnYasir DurantMissouriJake HansonOregonNick HarrisWashingtonCharlie HeckUNCMatt HennessyTempleJustin HerronWake ForestRobert HuntLouisiana-LafayetteKeith IsmaelSan Diego StateCordel IwuagwuTCUAustin JacksonUSCJonah JacksonOhio StateJoshua JonesHoustonSolomon KindleyGeorgiaShane LemieuxOregonDamien LewisLSUColton McKivitzWest VirginiaJohn MolchonBoise StateKyle MurphyRhode IslandNetane MutiFresno StateLucas NiangTCUMike OnwenuMichiganMatt PeartConnecticutTyre PhillipsMississippi StateDanny PinterBall StateCesar RuizMichiganJon RunyanMichiganJohn SimpsonClemsonTerence SteeleTexas TechLogan StenbergKentuckySimon StepaniakIndianaAlex TaylorSouth Carolina StateAndrew ThomasGeorgiaCalvin ThrockmortonOregonPrince Tega WanoghoAuburnDarryl WilliamsMississippi StateJedrick WillsAlabamaIsaiah WilsonGeorgiaTristan WirfsIowaDefensive linemenDLCollegeMcTelvin AgimArkansasBradlee AnaeUtahRoss BlacklockTCUDerrick BrownAuburnJosiah CoatneyMississippiKendall ColemanSyracuseDarrion DanielsNebraskaMarlon DavidsonAuburnCarlos DavisNebraskaKhalil DavisNebraskaRaekwon DavisAlabamaJordan ElliottMissouriA.J. EpenesaIowaLeki FotuUtahNeville GallimoreOklahomaJonathan GarvinMiamiTrevis GipsonTulsaJonathan GreenardFloridaYetur Gross-MatosPenn StateDaVon HamiltonOhio StateLaDarius HamiltonNorth TexasAlex HighsmithCharlotteTrevon HillMiamiBenito JonesMississippiKhalid KareemNotre DameJavon KinlawSouth CarolinaRashard Lawrence IILSUJames LynchBaylorJustin MadubuikeTexas A&MLarrell MurchisonNorth Carolina StateJulian OkwaraNotre DameJohn PenisiniUtahChauncey RiversMississippi StateMalcolm RoachTexasAlton RobinsonSyracuseQaadir SheppardMississippiJames Smith-WilliamsNorth Carolina StateJason StrowbridgeUNCDerrek TuszkaNorth Dakota StateBroderick WashingtonTexas TechKenny WillekesMichigan StateRaequan WilliamsMichigan StateRob WindsorPenn StateD.J. WonnumSouth CarolinaChase YoungOhio StateJabari ZunigaFloridaLinebackersLBCollegeJoe BachieMichigan StateMarkus BaileyPurdueZack BaunWisconsinFrancis BernardUtahDaniel BituliTennesseeShaun BradleyTempleJordan BrooksTexas TechCameron BrownPenn StateK’Lavon ChaissonLSUNick CoeAuburnCarter CoughlinMinnesotaAkeem Davis-GaitherAppalachian StateMichael DivinityLSUTroy DyeOregonTipa GaleaiUtah StateCale GarrettMissouriWillie Gay Jr.Mississippi StateScoota HarrisArkansasMalik HarrisonOhio StateKhaleke HudsonMichiganAnfernee JenningsAlabamaClay JohnstonBaylorAzur KamaraKansasTerrell LewisAlabamaJordan MackVirginiaKamal MartinMinnesotaKenneth MurrayOklahomaDante OlsonMontanaJacob PhillipsLSUMichael PinckneyMiamiShaquille QuartermanMiamiPatrick QueenLSUChapelle RussellTempleIsaiah SimmonsClemsonJustin StrnadWake ForestDarrell TaylorTennesseeDavion TaylorColoradoCasey ToohillStanfordJosh UcheMichiganMykal WalkerFresno StateCurtis WeaverBoise StateEvan WeaverCaliforniaLogan WilsonWyomingDavid WoodwardUtah StateDefensive backsDBCollegeDamon ArnetteOhio StateGrayland ArnoldBaylorTrajan BandyMiamiEssang BasseyWake ForestJulian BlackmonUtahAntoine Brooks Jr.MarylandMyles BryantWashingtonTerrell BurgessUtahShyheim CarterAlabamaJeremy ChinnSouthern IllinoisNevelle ClarkeUCFRodney ClemonsSMUBrian Cole IIMississippi StateKamren CurlArkansasCameron DantzlerMississippi StateAshtyn DavisCaliforniaJavaris DavisAuburnGrant DelpitLSUTrevon DiggsAlabamaKyle DuggerLenoir-RhyneJalen ElliottNotre DameJordan FullerOhio StateKristian FultonLSUAlohi GilmanNotre DameJeff GladneyTCUA.J. GreenOklahoma StateJavelin K. GuidryUtahBryce HallVirginiaHarrison HandTempleJaylinn HawkinsCaliforniaC.J. HendersonFloridaLavert HillMichiganDarnay HolmesUCLANoah IgbinogheneAuburnDane JacksonPittsburghLamar JacksonNebraskaJaylon JohnsonUtahBrandon JonesTexasBoPete KeyesTulaneXavier McKinneyAlabamaJosh MetellusMichiganChris MillerBaylorTanner MuseClemsonMichael OjemudiaIowaJeff OkudahOhio StateJames PierreFlorida AtlanticTroy PrideNotre DameJ.R. ReedGeorgiaJohn ReidPenn StateAmik RobertsonLouisiana TechReggie Robinson IITulsaStanford SamuelsFlorida StateJosiah ScottMichigan StateL’Jarius SneedLouisiana TechGeno StoneIowaA.J. TerrellClemsonDaniel ThomasAuburnStantley Thomas-OliverFlorida InternationalKindle VildorGeorgia SouthernK’Von WallaceClemsonAntoine Winfield Jr.MinnesotaSpecialistsPlayerPositionCollegeTyler BassKGeorgia SouthernRodrigo BlankenshipKGeorgiaJoseph CharltonPSouth CarolinaBlake FergusonLSLSUSterling HofrichterPSyracuseBraden MannPTexas A&MJJ MolsonKUCLAAlex PechinPBucknellArryn SipossPAuburnTommy TownsendPFloridaMichael TurkPArizona StateSteven WirtelLSIowa StateNFL Combine participants by college conferenceNo college sent more players to the 2020 NFL Combine than LSU, the defending national champion. Likewise, the SEC easily has the most participants in this year’s NFL Draft scouting event with a total of 93 players.LSU had 16 players invited; Michigan and Ohio State were second with 11 players invited each.Below are the number of 2020 NFL Combine participants from each college conference represented in Indianapolis.ConferenceCombine participantsSEC93Big Ten57Pac-1247ACC35Big 1229American Athletic Conference20Mountain West12Conference USA11Sun Belt7NFL Combine workout timesThe biggest change to the NFL Combine schedule for 2020 comes in the start times for on-field workouts Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Now the action will extend into and through primetime.NFL Network, the exclusive TV channel for all on-field drills at the Combine, will present seven straight hours of workout coverage on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, the network will show all five hours of the last group’s (DB) drills. Host Rich Eisen and analyst/draft expert Daniel Jeremiah will anchor NFL Network’s Combine coverage with additional commentary from Charles Davis and others.Below is the complete TV schedule for on-field workouts and drills at the 2020 NFL Combine.Thursday, Feb. 27TimeGroupTV channel4-11 p.m. ETTE, QB, WRNFL NetworkFriday, Feb. 28TimeGroupTV channel4-11 p.m. ETPK, ST, OL, RBNFL NetworkSaturday, Feb. 29TimeGroupTV channel4-11 p.m. ETDL, LBNFL NetworkSunday, March 1TimeGroupTV channel2-7 p.m. ETDBNFL NetworkThe on-field workouts shown on TV, of course, are just the tip of the iceberg that is an NFL prospect’s Combine experience. For many players, the drills are the least relevant portion of the week.A given prospect’s workout at the Combine comes after he has gone through orientation, interviews, measurements, a medical exam, more interviews, media obligations, more medical exams, a position coach interview, psychological testing, an NFLPA meeting, more interviews, the bench press and more psychological testing. This is technically a job interview, after all.Below is the complete player schedule for all four groups at the 2020 NFL Combine, courtesy of NFLCombine.net. NFL Combine drillsFor now, the bench press remains in place as one of the customary workouts at the NFL Combine, meaning all players will go through the same seven general drills — 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, three-cone drill, 20-yard shuttle, 60-yard shuttle — in 2020.New this year, though, will be changes to a handful of position-specific drills with entertainment value in mind. (Again, the league is aiming for better TV ratings.) From Sports Illustrated’s Kalyn Kahler:”Roughly eight or nine position-specific drills have been cut from the workouts and replaced with the same number of new drills. The committee decided to add timing to some existing drills like the gauntlet, and the defensive backs’ W drill, in order to make the workouts more entertaining for fans tuning in to the NFL Network’s broadcast. …”Some of the new drills include a smoke route for quarterbacks and wide receivers. A smoke route is a short route, a one-step hitch that is popular in run pass option plays which are now a staple of NFL offenses. The smoke route is usually used on the backside of a run play as a bail out for the quarterback when the run look isn’t there. This drill will also be timed, from the quarterback’s hands to the receiver’s hands.”Per Kahler’s report, there will also be new drills for tight ends and linemen, including a figure eight pass-rush drill for D-linemen.The timed “Figure 8” drill will be a new addition for DL at the NFL Scouting Combine.Prospects are to stay as close to the hoop as possible. There’s an object on the ground for them to grab while staying on the move, which shows their bend/flexibility.Here’s an example: pic.twitter.com/ZxR7Lphejz— Jordan Reid (@JReidNFL) February 20, 2020