The 2023 NFL Combine gets fully underway in Indianapolis on Thursday.

Some of the top prospects for the 2023 NFL Draft will be competing in drills for the rest of the weekend. Each day, a new position group will put their skills to the test.

On Thursday, defensive linemen and linebackers will be working out for NFL scouts and executives with all 32 teams.

While some star players aren’t slated to compete in every drill at the combine, there’s still a star-studded group expected in Indy. Will Anderson (Alabama), Myles Murphy (Clemson), Nolan Smith (Georgia), Isaiah Foskey (Notre Dame) and Lukas Van Ness (Iowa) are amongst the players expected to go through drills on Thursday.

The NFL Network will carry live coverage of the Combine during all 4 days of testing and drills.

Here’s the position-by-position schedule for the rest of the weekend:

  • Thursday: Defensive linemen and linebackers (3 p.m. ET)
  • Friday: Defensive backs and special teams (3 p.m. ET)
  • Saturday: Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends (1 p.m. ET)
  • Sunday: Running Backs, offensive linemen (1 p.m. ET)

Some players began arriving in Indianapolis on Sunday. By Wednesday, players from all position groups were expected to be registered at the event.

Players spent the early part of the week conducting team interviews, pre-exams and going through orientation. The schedule is different for each position group, but on Thursday players will begin on-field workouts and give measurements. Other workouts (such as bench press) and interviews are also slated to take place later in the week.

Here’s the full schedule for every position group:

The 2023 NFL Draft will take place April 27-29 in Kansas City.