Seventy former SEC players will try and make some money at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this weekend.

Unfortunately, not all of them will accomplish that goal. Some will disappoint while others will dominate in the pre-draft showcase. I don’t know who falls into either category yet.

But there are several former SEC players who intrigue me for one reason or another. Maybe it’s a household name looking to shake off a down year, or perhaps it’s a potential first-round prospect who can thrive in this type of environment.

Whatever the case, here are the 5 former SEC players who intrigue me the most this weekend:

1. Bo Scarbrough, Alabama RB

Needless to say, we’re all wondering about Scarbrough this weekend. Will he look healthy? Will he look like a sixth-round back as some projected? Or will be look like the freak athlete who many thought would roll over the SEC in 2017?

Scouts probably have similar questions after Scarbrough’s rough season. There are still concerns about his durability. Those won’t go away even if he runs a 4.4-second 40-yard dash. I’m not sure that Scarbrough can do a ton without pads to show that he’s worth anything more than a mid-to-late round flier.

For whatever reason, I keep seeing the Derrick Henry comp. Physically, I get that. But to say that he’s the same type of runner is a stretch, in my opinion.

Let’s not forget though, that Scarbrough couldn’t rush for 600 yards as a junior, and he failed to reach 50 yards rushing in Alabama’s final 3 games. Say what you want about stats being overrated, but I’ll question those who choose to put more stock in Scarbrough’s Combine than his letdown of a junior season.

2. Antonio Callaway, Florida WR

Last week, an AFC executive came out and said that he didn’t think that Callaway would even make their draft board. If you just looked at Callaway’s 2016 film, a statement like that would be ludicrous. Unfortunately, that 2016 film is about the only thing that Callaway has working in his favor heading into the weekend.

Despite being suspended for the entire 2017 season for the credit card fraud scandal, Callaway still got an invite to Indy. In my opinion, he was lucky to get that based on his off-the-field behavior. But he got that invite because the last time we saw Callaway, he was an explosive, versatile playmaker for an otherwise lackluster offense.

I tend to think that despite all of the character red flags, Callaway will be on plenty of draft boards heading into the weekend not only because he can stretch a defense but because he can play on special teams. To do that, though, he’ll need to show that he’s in the best shape of his life after going the entire season without playing a game.

Can he run a 4.3-second 40? Will his routes look crisp? And will any reports leak about how his interviews went?

Those 3 things will go a long way toward whether Callaway hears his name called come April.

3. Davin Bellamy, Georgia LB

**Shameless plug alert**

OK, so my interest in Bellamy’s draft stock peaked when I talked with him a couple weeks ago. Bellamy is, of course, the one who trademarked “Humble Yourself” after shouting the phrase at Baker Mayfield at the Rose Bowl. Bellamy’s side hustle is now marketing the brand, which began by selling “Humble Yourself” T-shirts.

Besides being a budding entrepreneur, that mantra is also fueling Bellamy’s pre-draft mindset. At 23, he’s one of the oldest prospects in the field. The 6-5, 245-pound linebacker might even have a position switch in store based on how he tests in Indy. If he can impress his speed and quickness, perhaps the questions about him as an outside linebacker prospect will fade.

Bellamy developed a habit of coming through in the clutch in his career (he was responsible for 2nd-and-26). The question now is if he humbled himself enough in his pre-draft workouts to rise into the Day 2 mix with a strong Combine showing.

4. Christian Kirk, Texas A&M WR/KR

The liver-smoothie drinking speedster has been a bit all over the place on draft boards. I’ve seen Kirk as high as No. 8 overall, and I’ve seen others who have him going in the middle of the second round. It’s rare to see that kind of variance for a guy who starred the past 3 seasons and doesn’t have any character issues.

Maybe some of that is because he lacks size or many believe he’s just another slot receiver, which doesn’t exactly scream “first-round pick.” I, however, think that Kirk is much more than just another slot receiver. And given what we saw from him as a returner, I think he has one of the highest floors of any player in the draft.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the guy who swears by his atypical workout routines comes out guns blazing at the Combine. Maybe he can run that blistering 4.3-second 40-yard dash, and his route-running will impress scouts.

Let’s not forget that despite all of the quarterback issues in College Station the past couple years, Kirk found a way to record at least 70 catches for 900 yards while improving his touchdown total all 3 seasons. The guy knows how to get open.

But it’ll be up to Kirk to remind everyone why he was arguably the most dangerous weapon in the SEC each of the last 2 years.

5. Austin Allen, Arkansas QB

This is Allen’s chance to shine. Well, it’s everyone’s chance to shine. But for Allen, the Combine is especially huge because it’ll give him the opportunity to show off his mechanics without facing a live pass rush. As we know, holding on to the ball too long is Allen’s biggest weakness.

I want to see how he stacks up against other elite prospects in a controlled setting. Offensive line play and weak receivers won’t be an excuse in Indy. Will that allow Allen to make the same throws that even the Josh Rosens and Sam Darnolds can make? That much we don’t know.

What we do know is that Allen enters the weekend as a borderline draftable prospect. Not getting a Senior Bowl invite hurt him, but that was the result of his senior year to forget. The Combine has a funny way of masking disappointing seasons, especially at the quarterback position.

If Allen can stack up with all of the top draft prospects around him, he certainly has the chance to pop up on more draft boards than he’s probably on right now.