If you're still trying to come to terms with how the 2019 college football season came and went in the blink of an eye, that's OK, so are we.
Have no fear, though. You will have the chance to watch your favorite superstars -- from Chase Young and Jerry Jeudy to CeeDee Lamb and Jonathan Taylor -- take center stage at the NFL Combine in a month's time.
In fact, the schedule for the 2020 has just been released, and things will get underway on Sunday, Feb.23 with orientation and interviews for quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends.
Essentially, the first day -- when players arrive in Indianapolis -- consists of registration. The following day is comprised of measurements (40-yard dash, vertical jump, shuttle run, etc. ), interviews, and pre-exams.
The players don't partake in any physical activity on the third day. Here, they will undergo medical exams, psychological testing, and an interview with their respective position coach.
The next day -- which would be the fourth for QBs, WRs, and TEs -- the ever-compelling bench press standoff will transpire.
Then comes the all-important on-field workout on the fifth day of proceedings, before players depart from Indianapolis the following day.
All players, though separated into four different groups and slated to touch down in Indy on different days, will follow this EXACT schedule.
The combine will conclude on March 2.