Most mock drafts have Eric Berry and Dan Williams safely in the first round.
So when the NFL's real thing starts next week in New York City, the former Tennessee stars are officially invited to be on hand to take part in the festivities.
Berry, the No. 1 defensive back in the class, was a lock to earn a spot in the now three-day event given his status as a possible top-five pick. And as Williams has steadily climbed draft boards likely into the middle of the first round, a reservation for him was also expected.
They'll join 14 other prospects who have accepted their invitations for the prime-time event on ESPN on April 22, including presumed No. 1 selection Sam Bradford of Oklahoma and the two defensive tackles ahead of Williams in the rankings - Ndamukong Suh of Nebraska and Oklahoma's Gerald McCoy.