Pro day schedule set to kick off

Mar 1, 2016 - 4:26 PM (STATS) - With the end of the NFL Scouting Combine, many of the next evaluations leading up to the April 28-30 draft in Chicago will come from the pro days that are spread out over five weeks at college campuses across the nation.

At the pro days, schools stage a mini version of the combine, giving NFL teams a further look at prospects being put through measurements and a series of drills.

Beginning with Northern Arizona on Thursday, there are 36 FCS schools that are part of the pro day schedule announced by the NFL.


Pro Day Schedule

Subject to Change

March 3: Northern Arizona and Vanderbilt

March 4: Alabama State, Arizona State, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Nebraska and Troy

March 7: Auburn, Minnesota and Prairie View A&M

March 8: Connecticut, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, Northwestern, Oklahoma State and West Georgia

March 9: Alabama, Buffalo, Central Oklahoma, Marshall, Monmouth, Oklahoma, Rutgers and Wisconsin

March 10: Clemson, Fordham, Furman, Harvard, Illinois, Miami (Ohio), Mississippi State and Tulsa

March 11: Georgia State, Ohio State, Oregon State and West Alabama

March 14: Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Sacramento State, Southern, Toledo and Wake Forest

March 15: Charlotte, Grand Valley State, Northwestern State, Ouachita Baptist, Richmond, UCLA, Virginia and Youngstown State

March 16: Arkansas, Boston College, Fresno State, Georgia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Michigan State, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh and Temple

March 17: Central Arkansas, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kennesaw State, San Diego State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stanford and William & Mary

March 18: Akron, California, Georgia Tech, Kent State and Navy

March 21: Louisiana-Monroe, North Carolina State and South Florida

March 22: Angelo State, Azusa Pacific, Florida, Grambling State, Iowa State, Montana State, Pittsburg State and Texas State

March 23: Alcorn State, Liberty, North Carolina Central, Ohio, Purdue, Syracuse, Texas, USC, Valdosta State and Weber State

March 24: Arizona, Ball State, Cal Poly, Houston, Lamar, Massachusetts, Missouri Western State, North Dakota State, Rice, Southern Miss and Utah

March 28: UC Davis, Ole Miss and South Alabama

March 29: Western Kentucky

March 30: Indiana, Maryland, Miami (Fla.), SMU, Southern Utah and Tennessee

March 31: Appalachian State, Boise State, Florida Atlantic, Florida Tech, Middle Tennessee, Notre Dame, The Citadel and Yale

April 1: Coastal Carolina, Eastern Washington, Jacksonville and Villanova

April 2: Dartmouth

April 4: Arkansas State and West Virginia

April 6: Georgia Southern

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