Patriots fourth-round pick Cameron Fleming worked out at the combine last February. (NFL.com)

Patriots fourth-round pick Cameron Fleming attended the combine in 2014. (NFL.com)

A total of 323 NFL draft prospects will find themselves in Indianapolis this week for the NFL Scouting Combine, and the New England Patriots will find themselves among 31 other organizations there to vet them.

But before it all gets underway at Lucas Oil Stadium, here is a rundown of the itinerary.

Tuesday, Feb. 17

  • Specialists, Offensive Linemen, Tight Ends Report

The first day of the combine will kick off with the arrival of kickers, punters and long snappers, as well as offensive linemen and tight ends.  From there, the three groups will undergo registration, hospital pre-examination and X-rays, orientation and interviews.

Wednesday, Feb. 18

  • Quarterbacks, Wideouts, Running Backs Report
  • Specialists, Offensive Linemen, Tight Ends Measured, Examined, Interviewed

The second day will consist of measurements, medical examinations, media availability and team interviews for the specialists, offensive linemen and tight ends who arrived the day prior. It will also consist of the arrival, registration and examination of the quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs.

Thursday, Feb. 19

  • Defensive Linemen, Linebackers Report
  • Quarterbacks, Wideouts, Running Backs Measured, Examined, Interviewed
  • Specialists, Offensive Linemen, Tight Ends Attend NFLPA Meeting, Tests, Bench

On the third day of the combine, the specialists, offensive linemen and tight ends are slated to partake in the NFLPA meeting, in addition to psychological testing, the bench press and team interviews. Meanwhile, the quarterbacks, wideouts and running backs will file in for measurements, medical examinations, media availability, and team interviews. And the defensive linemen and linebackers will report by day’s end.

Friday, Feb. 20

  • Defensive Backs Report
  • Defensive Linemen, Linebackers Measured, Examined, Interviewed
  • Quarterbacks, Wideouts, Running Backs Attend NFLPA Meeting, Tests, Bench
  • Specialists, Offensive Linemen, Tight Ends Perform On-Field Workouts, Depart

By Friday, the specialists, offensive linemen and tight ends will hit the field for on-field workouts, including timed tests, stations and skill drills, before packing their bags. The quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs will attend the NFLPA meeting, undergo psychological tests and push their strength on the bench press. As for the defensive linemen and linebackers, their second day in Indianapolis will revolve around measurements, medical exams and interviews. And, lastly, the defensive backs will arrive.

Saturday, Feb. 21

  • Defensive Backs Measured, Examined, Interviewed
  • Defensive Linemen, Linebackers Attend NFLPA Meeting, Tests, Bench
  • Quarterbacks, Wideouts, Running Backs Perform On-Field Workouts, Depart

Saturday will mark the on-field workouts for the quarterbacks, receivers and running backs, whether it be running the 40-yard dash or the route tree, before leaving Indianapolis. Defensive linemen and linebackers will attend the NFLPA meeting and undergo psychological testing as well as the 225-pound bench press. The defensive backs will be measured, interviewed and medically evaluated as well, prior to their workouts on Sunday.

Sunday, Feb. 22

  • Defensive Backs Attend NFLPA Meeting, Tests, Bench
  • Defensive Linemen, Linebackers Perform On-Field Workouts, Depart

By Sunday, it will be the defensive linemen and linebackers’ turn for on-field workouts before exiting Lucas Oil Stadium one final time. It will also be the defensive backs’ turn to meet with the NFLPA, take psychological tests and handle the bench press.

Monday, Feb. 23

  • Defensive Backs Perform On-Field Workouts, Depart

The last day of the 2015 combine will see the defensive back groups run their 40-times, three-cones, shuttles as well as post their vertical and broad jumps. From there on out, they’ll step in for positional workouts as the 2015 combine comes to a close.