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Full NFL Network Schedule for 2012 Combine
11:30 A.M., THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 2012

Four former Bears are set for a one-of-a-kind job interview set to take place this week in Indianapolis; the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.

Robert Griffin III, Kendall Wright, Terrance Ganaway and Philip Blake will all represent Baylor at this year's combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The annual combine allows top executives, coaches, player personnel staff and medical personnel from all 32 teams to evaluate the nation's top collegiate football players eligible for April's NFL Draft. The combine involves a series of tests, drills and interviews with more than 600 NFL personnel. Fans can follow all of the action at NFL Network and NFL.com.

Below is a shortened schedule highlighting when Baylor players will be participating in drills. Click here for full schedule of NFL Network coverage.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Time Position Drill
Camera One
8 a.m. CT Offensive line 40-yard dash
9 a.m. CT Offensive line Skill drills
10 a.m. CT Offensive line Vertical jump & broad jump
11 a.m. CT Offensive line 3-cone and shuttle run
Camera Two
10 a.m. CT Offensive line 40-yard dash
11 a.m. CT Offensive line Skill drills
Noon CT Offensive line Vertical jump & broad jump
1 p.m. CT Offensive line 3-cone and shuttle run
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Camera One
8 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers 40-yard dash
9 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers Skill drills
10 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers Vertical jump & broad jump
11 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers 3-cone and shuttle run
Noon CT Running backs 40-yard dash
1 p.m. CT Running backs Skill drills
2 p.m. CT Running backs Vertical jump & broad jump
3 p.m. CT Running backs 3-cone and shuttle run
Camera Two
10 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers 40-yard dash
11 a.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers Skill drills
Noon CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers Vertical jump & broad jump
1 p.m. CT Quarterbacks/Wide receivers 3-cone and shuttle run

2012 Signing Class 'As good as we've ever signed'
1:30 P.M., FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 2012

Signing Day has come and gone and Baylor's 2012 signing class consists of 23 players, two early enrollees and 21 student-athletes expected to join the program this summer. For full highlights and bios, make sure to check out our Signing Day Central

"We feel very confident and very passionate about this class," Briles said, "as being as good as we've ever signed in our five signing classes at Baylor. We got some outstanding players on both sides of the ball that we know have the potential to be All-American football players and to play on Sundays."

The national recruiting sites tended to agree with Briles' statement. 247Sports.com had the Bears' 2012 class ranked as high as No. 24 nationally and third in the Big 12, behind only Texas (No. 3) and Oklahoma (No. 9).

Scout.com lists the 2012 class No. 30 nationally, with the DB class of Terrell Burt, Aiavion Edwards, Patrick Levels, Ryan Reid and Orion Stewart, ranked No. 10. ESPN.com gave Baylor a B-, tied for third in the Big 12 with Texas Tech and TCU.

Rivals.com rounded out the national rankings, placing BU No. 43 nationally, with a top-20 position ranking at linebacker (No. 14) and defensive end (No. 17).

Below is a breakdown on where the 2012 class ranks compared to Art Briles' previous classes.

2012
2011
2010 2009
ESPN No. T3 (Big 12) No. 8 (Big 12) N/A No. 9 (Big 12)
Rivals No. 43 (Natl.) 
No. 6 (Big 12)
No. 46 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 39 (Natl.) 
No. 7 (Big 12)
No. 10 (Big 12)
Scout No. 30 (Natl.) 
No. 6 (Big 12)
No. 49 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 52 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 42 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
CFN.com/Fox No. 35 (Natl.) 
No. 6 (Big 12)
No. 50 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 51 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 42 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
Athlon
Posted in late Feb. No. 49 (Natl.) 
No. 8 (Big 12)
No. 8 (Big 12) No. 10 (Big 12)
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