2013 NFL combine: Manti Te'o, Tyler Eifert among Notre Dame invitees

Jonathan Daniel

Manti Te'o headlines the list of Notre Dame players that were invited to participate in the 2013 NFL Draft Combine.

Manti Te'o and Tyler Eifert are among the 300 plus players that were invited to attend the 2013 NFL Draft Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The annual pre-draft event will be held on April 25-27.

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Te'o is projected as a first-round talent in the upcoming draft and will be looking for workouts and interviews to solidify that status. Teams are likely to pay particular attention to the interview process after his well publicized girlfriend hoax drama.

Also heading to the combine is tight end Tyler Eifert who is also projected to be a potential first-round pick. He and Stanford tight end Zach Ertz are regarded by many as two of the top tight ends available in the draft. Eifert will be looking to turn heads in Indy with the hopes that he can nail down that first-round status.

Here is a full list of the Notre Dame players who received invites to the 2013 NFL Combine.

Braxston Cave - OL
Tyler Eifert - TE
Kapron Lewis-Moore - DL
Zeke Motta - DB
Theo Riddick - RB
Jamoris Slaughter - DB
Manti Te'o - LB
Cierre Wood - RB

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