How to watch Ben Sinnott and other Wildcats in the NFL Combine

Here is how you can watch these former Wildcats in the NFL Combine this week.
Dec 31, 2022; New Orleans, LA, USA; Kansas State Wildcats tight end Ben Sinnott (34) reacts after a catch against Alabama.
Dec 31, 2022; New Orleans, LA, USA; Kansas State Wildcats tight end Ben Sinnott (34) reacts after a catch against Alabama. / Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Combine is upon us and it is time to see which players are going to show up and show out. Kansas State will have four players participating in the combine this year, Ben Sinnott, Cooper Beebe, Khalid Duke, and KT Leveston. These four players are part of 321 participants invited to the Combine to make their case for the NFL.

Fans will have the ability to watch former players perform at the Combine, even if they aren't in Indianapolis. NFL Network, NFL+, and NFL Digital Media will have multi-platform coverage of the event starting today, February 27 with more than 50 hours of live Combine coverage. This coverage before drills start will give fans an in-depth look at who will be at the Combine and what is at stake.

NFL Network begins on Thursday starting with the defensive linemen and linebackers. The network will have five hours of live coverage starting at 3 p.m. ET. No former Wildcats will be showcased this day.

Friday will have coverage of defensive ends and tight ends. Both Duke and Sinnott will hit the field this day. Coverage will start at 3:00 p.m. ET and last for about six hours. Saturday will feature quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. Finally, Wildcat fans can tune back in on Sunday to see Beebe and Leveston take the starting at 1:00 p.m. ET.

While all eyes will probably be on the quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs, I am sure K-State fans will be eager to watch their former Wildcats perform. All eyes will be on Sinnott and Beebe particularly as they are currently projected to be the two Wildcats taken in the NFL Draft this year.

Sinnott, a junior who chose to forgo his last year of eligibility to test the NFL waters, is one of the top tight ends in this year's draft. On most draft boards he is listed as the top fullback, but teams know they are getting both out of Sinnott.

Beebe will be someone Kansas State fans are eager to watch, especially after he withdrew from the Senior Bowl for unknown reasons. It is speculated that when a player drops out of a bowl like that it is due to saving themselves from injury or just choosing to prepare for the Combine a different way. Beebe is also a top-rated offensive lineman with the ability to play any position on the line, a trait many NFL teams love.

It is time for these former Wildcats to showcase their talents on the big stage.

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