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NFL Pro days schedule 2021: Everything to know about pre-draft workouts without NFL Combine

NFL supporters are taking on a much greater importance ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft of the Day. The league has canceled its traditional Central NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this year, meaning official measurements of prospects and on-field drills will be held at their respective college campuses from early March to early April.

For teams with a close eye on the players they are considering drafting in late April, they will need to attend those specific pro days around the nation. The NFL has limited all teams to no more than three combined representatives from any of its offices from its front-office, scouting and coaching staff.

Without a combination, talent appraisers require their assigned pro-labor to grind away the film and virtually interview prospects. When it starts with the top college programs and some of the most notable players available, here is everything you need to know to follow pre-draft action.

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Nfl pro days schedule 2021

March 5 is Friday

Tuesday, March 9

  • Kansas State
  • Northwestern ()OT Rashavan Slater, LB Paddy Fisher, CB Greg Newsome)
  • Wisconsin-Whitewater

Wednesday, March 10

  • Arkansas ()QB Felipe Franks)
  • Marshal
  • Maryland
  • Northern illinois
  • Wisconsin

Thursday, March 11

  • CLEMSON ()RB Travis Etienne, WR Amari Rodgers, OT Jackson Carman, WR Cornell Powell)
  • Nevada
  • new Mexico
  • Texas ()EDGE Joseph Ossai, OT Samuel Cosmey, S Caden Sterns, QB Sam Ehlinger)

Friday, March 12

  • Arkansas State
  • North Dakota State ()QB Trey Lance, OT Dillon Radunz)
  • Oklahoma ()G / C Creed Humphrey, Edge Ronnie Perkins, RB Ramondre Stevenson)

Monday, March 15

  • Army
  • Kent state
  • Middle tennessee state
  • Vanderbilt

Tuesday, March 16

Wednesday, March 17

  • Arizona
  • Georgia ()EDGE Aziz Ojulleri, CB Eric Stokes, CB Tyson Campbell, QB Jamie Newman, G Ben Cleveland)
  • Illinois
  • Pittsburgh ()S. Paris Ford, EDGE Patrick Jones II, DT Jalan Twyman)
  • San jose state

Thursday, March 18

  • Golden brown ()WR Seth Williams)
  • Buffalo ()RB Jarrett Patterson)
  • Central arkansas
  • Louisiana tech
  • Louisiana monroe
  • Stanford ()OT Walker Little, QB Davis Mills)
  • Troy
  • West Virginia

Friday, March 19

  • Memphis ()RB Kenneth Gainwell)
  • Ohio
  • TCU ()S. Trevon Mohrrig, S. Ardrius Washington)

Monday, March 22

  • Air Force
  • bowling Green
  • Colorado
  • Colorado state
  • State ()CB Asante Samuel Jr. DT Marvin Wilson, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, WR Tamorrion Terry)
  • Iowa (DT Daviyon Nixon)
  • Missouri ()LB Nick Bolton)
  • Northern iowa
  • Toledo

23 March Tuesday

  • Alabama ()WR Davanta Smith, CB Patrick Serton II, WR Jaylen Wadle, QB Mack Jones, RB Nazi Harris, DT Christian Bermore, OT Alex Leatherwood, G Landon Dickerson, LB Dylan Moses)
  • Central michigan
  • Iowa state
  • Nebraska
  • Purdue ()WR Rondale Moore)

Wednesday, March 24

  • Michigan state
  • Mississippi state ()RB Kylin Hill)
  • South Carolina ()CB Jaycee Horn)
  • Usc ()G Aliza Vera-Tucker, WR Amon-Ra St Brown, DT J Tuffel)
  • Virginia

Thursday, March 25

  • Georgia Southern
  • Freedom
  • Massachusetts
  • North texas
  • Ole Miss (WR Elijah Moore)
  • Penn State ()LB Micah Parsons, Edge Jason Oveh, TE Pat Freimarth)
  • San diego state
  • SMU ()QB Shane Buechele)
  • Tennessee ()G. Trey Smith)
  • Western michigan

Friday, March 26

  • Boston college ()Te hunter long)
  • BYU ()QB Zach Wilson)
  • Michigan ()EDGE Quant Pay, OT Jalan Mayfield)
  • South Dakota State ()WR Cade Jones)
  • Virginia tech ()CB Caleb Farley, OT Christian Darissov)

Monday, March 29

  • Arizona State
  • The ruler ()Dhar Chris Rumph II)
  • Louisiana-Lafayette
  • Miami (EDGE Gregory Russo, EDGE Jalan Phillips, TE Brevin Jordan, EDGE Quincy Roche)
  • Miami (Ohio)
  • North Carolina (RB Javonat Williams, WR Dymy Brown, RB Michael Carter, LB Chauj Sarratt)

Tuesday, March 30

  • Alabama (To check)
  • East carolina
  • atlantic
  • Louisville
  • North Carolina State
  • Ohio State ()QB Justin Fields, G Wyatt Davis, DT Tommy Togai, LB Pete Werner, CB Shawn Wade, LB Baron Browning, G Josh Myers, RB Trey Serman)
  • Texas A&M ()QB Kellen Mond)
  • Tulane
  • Washington ()DT Levy Onwuzuraik, S Eliza Molden)

Wednesday, March 31

  • Boise state
  • ()Te Kyle Pitts, WR Kadri Tony, QB Kyle Tusk)
  • Kentucky
  • Lsu ()WR Ja’Marr Chase, WR Terrace Marshall Jr.)
  • Notre Dame ()LB Jeremiah Owusu-Kormoa, OT Liam Eichenberg)
  • Wake forest (EDGE Carlos Basham Jr., WR Sage Sartat)

Thursday, April 1

  • Applachian State
  • Chalat
  • Minnesota ()WR Rashod Bateman)
  • Oklahoma State (OT Taven Jenkins, RB Chuba Hubbard)
  • Oregon State
  • South
  • UCF
  • Western kentucky

Friday, April 2

  • Oregon ()OT Penney Sewell, S. Jevan Holland)
  • Tulsa (LB Javen Collins)

Wednesday, April 7

Friday, April 9

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How to watch nfl pro days on tv

NFL Network and ESPN will have pre-draft of large college campus workouts with a focus on marquee programs with a plethora of top 2021 prospects including Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Florida. Outside those schools will also focus on first-round quarterbacks, such as Zach Wilson of BYU and Trey Lance of North Dakota State.

Television and streaming information will be available closer to the date of each workout, so stay tuned for updates as they become available.

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Biggest story to watch

1, quarterback, quarterback, quarterback (minus Trevor Lawrence). Lawrence had already turned in his personal pro-day workout at Clemson in mid-February before appearing on his left (non-throwing) shoulder and did all he could to lock the Jaguars to the No. 1 overall pick. Did something he needed to do. Now Wilson, Lance, Ohio State’s Justin Fields, Alabama’s Mack Jones and Florida’s Kyle Truss will have opportunities to settle their first and second round matches. Every workout can be significant, to some extent in the flow of stock of every QB after Lawrence.

2. Give Alabama two times. The offense prepared to perform for the scouts along with several key members of Jones and the Crimson Tide national championships, except for Nick Saban, who does not get into the traditional glow of pro-ready top defensive players. The possibilities are very elite and good, this supporter day should be twice, a week apart, on 23 March and again on 30 March. Look at Jones’ stock aside, it’s also a “competition” to see if Devonta Smith or Jaylen Wadle should be the first ‘Bama Wide Receiver’ off the board in the first round, and whether Nazi Harris can convince teams by running, They too should go to the later rounds.

3. Dynamic Trio of Florida. Tusk will be working with two of his own, first-round go-tos, with Kyle Pitts and big-play slot receiver Kadri Tawney. Trusk has fallen out of the top 32 deep in the process, but he can try to boost himself in the early second round using his goals.

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4. Running the board. In some combinations, Harris and Clemson’s Travis Etienne has been steady, given the 1-2 runs available. But the North Carolina duo of Jonte Williams and Michael Carter have seen backs shoot their stocks. Meanwhile, players like Mississippi State’s Kylin Hill and Oklahoma State’s Chuba Hubbard have more to prove.

5. Getting weird in the Big Ten. As edge rushers, Quiet Pay of Michigan and Jason Oveh of Penn State can put on a show. The same goes for northwest offensive tackle Rashwn Slater and Purdue wide receiver Rondley Moore. There are a lot of dynamic athletes to watch in the Big Ten outside of Ohio State.

6. Opt-out back in play. Slater, Oregon offensive tackle Peenei Sewell, Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons, Miami edge razor Gregory Russo and Virginia Tech cornerback Caleb Farley uncovered several standouts who decided to leave 2020 due to concerns over COVID-19. Before transitioning to the NFL, it would be good to see him and others in 2021 playing football again.

7. Live at the edge… and at linebacker. There are many fluctuating values ​​associated with the best pass rushers and rangi cover men of the second level. Related to this, there are a lot of versatile safaris behind them trying to find their place in the Peking Order. The more defensive enthusiasm in this draft, the more difficult are the defensive decisions. The teams want some more answers about talent and planning fit.

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