In only its second year of existence, the NFL's regional combine system -- launched by the league in 2012 to supplement the national combine in Indianapolis -- has had some interesting participants.

In early March, Lauren Silberman became the first female to participate in an NFL tryout when she showed up at the New Jersey regional combine. Later in March, former Harlem Globetrotter Maurice Shaw participated at a regional combine in Seattle.

Now, the regional combine season will wrap up in Dallas on April 6 and 7 with the Super Regional Combine and there won't be any shortage of interesting participants -- interesting participants who happen to have famous fathers.

Quarterback Nate Montana and wide receiver Duron Carter are both set to partake in the event, according to foxsports.com. The Super Regional is being held at Cowboys Stadium. Nate is the son of NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana, while Duron is the son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter.

Both players are hoping to get an NFL look, despite rocky college careers.