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IU Football: Crawford | Godsil | Knight Invited to NFL Combine

Three former IU football stars will have an opportunity to showcase their readiness for the next level at the NFL’s annual scouting combine.

Safety Jonathan Crawford, long snapper Dan Godsil and offensive lineman Brandon Knight will all participate in the annual event in Indianapolis.

Jonathan Crawford became the first Hoosier (along with Godsil) and the 12th Big Ten player to start 50 games.  Crawford is one of only four IU players to appear in 50 games.  He started every game since his arrival at Indiana. Crawford shares eighth on the program’s career list with nine interceptions. The three-time honorable mention All-Big Ten selection made 275 tackles, 182 solo, two sacks, eight for loss, 19 takeaways, one pick-6, seven fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles, 19 pass breakups and two blocked kicks.

Dan Godsil also started in 50 games as a Hoosier.  He served as the team’s long snapper in every game since he arrived at Indiana.  Godsil was a Phil Steele second team All-American and a Academic All-Big Ten selection.  He played in the Senior Bowl.

Brandon Knight started 26 games during his IU career and played in 41 overall at right tackle.  He was 2018 Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media).  During his senior campaign, Knight started all 12 games at right tackle and allowed just three sacks in 904 snaps.  Knight participated in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

The 2019 NFL Combine is in Indianapolis and it runs from February 26 through March 4th at Lucas Oil Stadium.


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