Sixteen players are now confirmed to attend the 2010 NFL Draft festivities at Radio City Music Hall in New York next week, including Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford, according to a league source.
Eight more players have accepted their invitation to attend in the past week or so, bringing the total number to 16.
Those new players are:
Those players join a list that already included: Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh, Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma State OT Russell Okung, Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan, Oklahoma OT Trent Williams, Tennessee DT Dan Williams, Tennessee S Eric Berry, and Penn State DT Jared Odrick.
With a full three days of the draft now in order, the NFL is inviting more players, and some likely to go outside the first round. The draft takes place April 22-24 in New York, with players arriving the 20th for charity events and league duties.
The unveiling of the top 10 draft picks of all-time, as selected by fan voting, will take place during the draft as well. The league released the top 20 picks last week.