The various pro-days are already underway but the high profile events start tomorrow with prospects from Arkansas, Oklahoma and Auburn working out. Ryan Mallett and Cam Newton will both throw and run through drills, while Mallett is expected to run the forty yard dash – something he chose not to do at the combine.
I’ve listed all of the upcoming pro-days so you can track them below.
Arkansas, Alabama and Oklahoma
California, Colorado, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, Portland State, Rutgers, Texas A&M and Wisconsin
Alabama, Buffalo, Clemson, Fort Valley State, Fresno State, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FLA), Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas Tech, Washington State and West Texas A&M
Idaho, Ohio State, Oregon State, Purdue, Southern Miss, Tennessee and TCU
Central Michigan and LSU
Delaware, Florida, Kansas State, Montana State, Pittsburgh and SE Louisiana
Florida State, Hampton, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan State, Mount Union, Penn State and Villanova
Appalachian State, Lehigh, Marshall, Michigan, Missouri, Slippery Rock, Stanford, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia
Arkansas State, Missouri State, New Mexico State, Richmond and Temple
Abilene Christian and Iowa
Georgia, Iowa State, Ole Miss and Nevada
Arizona State, Boston College, Central Florida, Connecticut, East Carolina, North Carolina State, Syracuse and Chattanooga
Boise State, San Diego State and South Florida
Cincinnati, Citadel, Houston, Rice, Texas and Utah State
UCLA and Utah
Northern Iowa, South Carolina, USC and Washington
Hawaii and North Carolina
Monday draft links
Michael Lombardi and Steve Wyche look at tomorrow’s pro-days at Auburn and Arkansas.
TFY’s Brent Sebloski has an updated mock draftwith Ryan Mallett going to the Seahawks at #25. Interestingly, he speculates about the possibility of Seattle using the pick as trade bait for Carson Palmer.
Chad Reuter updates his mock for CBS Sportsline with Jake Locker heading to Seattle.
Gil Brandt lists his top-100 prospects for NFL.com and breaks them into tier’s of ten.
Josh Liskiewitz has some less high-profile combine risers and fallers. I agree completely with Liskiewitz’s thoughts on Jabal Sheard and Gabe Carimi.