Stanford and Cal will both be represented with some marquee playmakers during the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis in two weeks.
The first group of draft hopefuls arrive in Indianapolis on Tuesday, Feb. 28, with the final players working out and departing on March 6.
Stanford will be represented by four players: running back Christian McCaffrey, wide receiver Michael Rector, defensive end Solomon Thomas and kicker Conrad Ukropina.
Cal will send three athletes to the combine: quarterback Davis Webb, wide receiver Chad Hansen and long snapper Bradley Northnagel.
McCaffrey (6 foot, 197 pounds) entered his junior season as a top Heisman Trophy candidate after rushing for 2,019 yards and catching 645 yards in passes as a sophomore. He was also a dynamic playmaker in the return game.
McCaffrey appeared in just 11 games last season. He rushed for 1,603 yards and 13 touchdowns with a 6.3-yard average. He skipped the Cardinal's final game of the season, a victory over North Carolina in the Sun Bowl, to ensure he would be healthy to begin his NFL draft. He is the son of former NFL wide receiver Ed McCaffrey.
Webb (6-5, 229) started 12 games at Cal after playing his first three college seasons at Texas Tech. Webb completed 61.6 percent of his passes with 37 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in 12 games.
Webb's top target was Hansen, who turned pro after his junior season. Hansen (6-2, 205) Michaecaught 92 passes in 10 games for 1,249 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Stanford's Rector (6-0, 187) was a four-year player who caught 32 passes for 367 yards and two touchdowns as a senior. As a junior, he posted career-bests with 34 receptions for 559 yards and seven touchdowns.
Thomas (6-3, 273) is a likely first-round draft pick. He recorded 8.5 sacks and 14 tackles for loss in 12 games as a junior before declaring his eligibility for the NFL draft.
Ukropina made 82.4 percent of his field-goal attempts (42 of 51) in his Stanford career. He also connected on 113 of 114 extra-point attempts.
The NFL Draft is scheduled for April 27-29.