Crimson Tide to be well represented at NFL Combine

Quarterback AJ McCarron will be one of 12 former Alabama players participating in the 2014 NFL Combine. (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)

Alabama players may be able to act as their own support staff at the NFL Combine.

Twelve former Crimson Tide players have been invited workout at the Combine, which is the most of any school. LSU had 11 former players invited, and Florida State and Notre Dame each had nine.

There will be 355 players working out in front of NFL scouts

Quarterback AJ McCarron, wide receiver Kevin Norwood, guard Anthony Steen, defensive end Ed Stinson, linebacker C.J. Mosley, cornerback Deion Belue and punter Cody Mandell will be joined by all five of Alabama's underclassmen that declared for the NFL Draft--tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, safety HaHa Clinton-Dix, linebacker Adrian Hubbard, defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan and safety Vinnie Sunseri.

The NFL Combine begins Feb. 19 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.