University at Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack is headed to Radio City Music Hall next month.
Mack is one of a record number of 30 NFL draft prospects who have accepted invitations to attend the annual selection process, which begins May 8.
It's a foregone conclusion Mack will become the first UB player to be selected in the first round -- the only question now is just how long he'll have to wait in the green room. Seemingly every national mock draft calls for him being selected in the top 10.
The complete list of players who have accepted invitations is as follows:
Mack; Ryan Shazier, Ohio State; C.J. Mosley, Alabama.
Blake Bortles, Central Florida; Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M; Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville; Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois.
Wide receivers/tight end
Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt; Sammy Watkins, Clemson; Marqise Lee, Southern California; Cody Latimer, Indiana; Mike Evans, Texas A&M; Odell Beckham Jr., LSU; Brandin Cooks, Oregon State/Eric Ebron, North Carolina.
Jason Verrett, TCU; Bradley Roby, Ohio State; Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State; Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech/Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama; Calvin Pryor, Louisville.
Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina; Kony Ealy, Missouri; Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota; Timmy Jernigan, Florida State.
Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama; Jake Matthews, Texas A&M; Morgan Moses, Virginia; Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Greg Robinson, Auburn.
Several of the players in attendance have made pre-draft visits to the Buffalo Bills, who hold the ninth overall selection. That list includes Roby, Beckham, Matthews, Ebron, Fuller, Shazier, Evans and Latimer.