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2017 NFL Draft: Nico Siragusa earns combine invite

The San Diego State offensive lineman gets a chance to show off his skills in Indianapolis

NCAA Football: Nevada at San Diego State Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego State offensive lineman Nico Siragusa is one step closer on realizing his NFL dream as he announced via Instagram that he has been invited to the NFL Combine in late February.

Great news..S/O @traphouseuniversity If it wasn't for the THU I would have never majored in finnesing the plug

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This should come as no surprise as Siragusa is a two-time all-Mountain West first team selection, a third-team AP All-American and one of the lead blockers for NCAA’s all-time leading rusher Donnel Pumphrey.

He has been a fixture in the Aztecs as he played in 13 games as a freshman and started 41 games in his career with San Diego State. Siragusa is also versatile as he has played both right and left guard.

Siragusa has the size to make an impact at the NFL level by coming in at 6-5, and 300 pounds. The NFL Draft pundits believe in him as well with CBS Sports projecting Siragusa as the sixth best guard, 105th player overall and pegging him as possibly a third or fourth selection.