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Mr. Laz
02-28-2006, 02:30 PM
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They are going to be stretched, measured, timed, scouted and put on display for every team in the league. The NFL has come calling for the top collegiate talent, and for several weeks following the Scouting Combine in February, the schools will showcase the best and brightest.

We'll update the calendar soon after the schools announce their dates. All results compiled by NFL.com draft guru Gil Brandt will be shared below, as well as news, notes and possible draft surprises. (In 2005, we brought you the results of 161 Pro Days.)

Pro Day calendar
Dates and schools subject to change

March 1

Central Florida I

March 2

Ball State, Baylor, Boise State, Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Maine, Missouri, Northwestern, Toledo

March 3

Louisiana-Lafayette, North Dakota State, Sam Houston State, South Dakota State, Yale

March 4
LSU I, Miami (Fla.), Texas A&M

March 6
Army, Louisville, Montana, Minnesota, Utah

March 7
Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Nebraska-Omaha, Oklahoma State, Troy I, Utah State I, UTEP, Western Michigan

March 8
BYU, Florida, Kentucky, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame I, Oklahoma, Washington State, Wisconsin

March 9
Clemson, Delaware, Fordham, Iowa State, Louisiana-Monroe, North Texas, Ohio State, Oregon I, Texas Tech, Wyoming

March 10
Akron, Arizona State I, Cincinnati, Grambling State, Kent State, Purdue I, South Florida, Texas Christian, Washington, West Virginia, Wofford

March 13
Alabama State, Cal-Davis, Fresno State, Furman, Sacramento State

March 14
California, New Hampshire, Pittsburg State (Kan.), San Diego State, Shippensburg, Troy II, Wake Forest

March 15
Alabama, Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Bethune-Cookman, Boston College, Central Michigan, Florida A&M, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada-Reno, Northwood (Mich.), Oregon State, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.), South Carolina, Stanford, Temple, Tennessee I, UCLA (bench press), Western Carolina

March 16
Alabama-Birmingham, Appalachian State, Catawba, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, LSU II, Massachusetts, Oregon II, Penn State, Princeton, UCLA (running), Virginia Tech

March 17
Colorado, Marshall, Michigan, Vanderbilt, Villanova


March 18
Michigan State, Pittsburgh

March 20

East Carolina, Iowa, Southern Mississippi, William & Mary

March 21

Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia

March 22

Fort Valley State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas

March 23

Auburn, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia, Miami (Ohio), Notre Dame II, Texas State

March 24

Georgia Southern, Hofstra, Louisiana Tech I, Memphis, Northwestern State (La.)

March 27

Houston

March 28
Colorado State, Utah State II

March 29

Arizona State II, Central Florida II, New Mexico State, Tennessee II

March 30

Carson-Newman

March 31

Louisiana Tech II, Purdue II

April 2

Southern California (Weight-lifting portion will be at Heritage Hall; 40-yard dash and on-field testing will take place at Cromwell Track & Field, which is adjacent to Heritage Hall. Junior Day also will be held this day.)


JUNIOR DAYS

Besides draft-eligible players, most schools also will allow players who will be seniors during the 2006 season to participate on their Pro Days. But some schools also schedule Junior Days -- workouts that feature only players who will be draft eligible in 2007.


Alabama A&M -- April 5
Arkansas -- May 2
Boise State -- May 3
BYU -- June 16
Central Michigan -- March 1
Colorado State -- May 3
Fort Valley State -- April 12
Georgia Tech -- March 17
Indiana -- March 9
Iowa -- May 5
Memphis -- April 18
Montana -- May 4
New Mexico -- May 4
North Carolina -- March 2
North Dakota -- May 4
Oregon State -- April 4
Purdue -- March 22
Southern Illinois -- April 26
Troy State -- April 21

ct
02-28-2006, 03:03 PM
So March 8 (Florida, Notre Dame) - A couple potential WRs I'd be interested in, Chad Jackson and Maurice Stovall both having pro days.

And March 16th (Florida St. and Penn St.) - my 1st and 2nd round wish list of Hali/Bunkley(2nd choice behind Watson, honestly).