The biggest showcase of future NFL stars will be tested to show off their skills before the big draft in April.

Not only is this a monumental week for some of the premier college football athletes, but a massive opportunity for one Montana State Bobcat linebacker. The NFL Combine starts in a couple of days with players testing their skills on live television. 

The Montana State Bobcats will be sending one of their most accomplished players ever to the NFL Combine, linebacker Troy Andersen. Troy Andersen was the runner-up for the Buck Buchanan Award(the nation's top defensive player at the FCS level) and has been named multiple times on the All-American lists. 

Troy Andersen has been steadily climbing the draft rankings all year long with his stellar play. CBS Sports listed his name as one of the 'under the radar' prospects to look out for to make a splash. Pro Football Talk has Troy projected to go in the fourth round to the New England Patriots. 

The thing is, some experts think Troy Andersen if he crushes the NFL Combine, could even get drafted in the third round. So the question is, how can you watch Troy this week and see how he does? 

Troy Andersen is in the linebacker group and will be tested on Saturday, March 5th, 2 to 9 PM Mountain Standard Time. The only channel that will be carrying the NFL Combine live is the NFL Network. So if you don't have cable, you might have to go to a bar to watch Troy Andersen live.

We want to wish Troy Andersen good luck, and we are sure you will make Montana State proud. 

For more details, check out the NFL Combine

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