We're back for another chunk of 2011 NFL Pro Days and we've got a few players of note. Today's Pro Days include Akron, Buffalo, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Texas Tech, West Texas, and Wofford. We've got some name programs like Nebraska and Louisville, as well as some lesser known programs like Wofford and West Texas. There are two specific players worth noting today, both from Nebraska: CB Prince Amukamara and kicker Alex Henery.
Amukamara is a guy who could realistically end up with the 49ers at the seventh pick. If two quarterbacks go in the top six I don't think the 49ers will be taking Amukamara. But if Newton or Gabbert drops past the top six, Amukamara becomes a very real possibility.
Alex Henery is the number one rated kicker at Scouts Inc. Joe Nedney is rehabbing a variety of injuries and is getting up there in age. I'm not really a big proponent of grabbing a kicker, but Henery seems to bring some serious leg. What's also interesting is he does Nebraska's punting. He won't replace Andy Lee but he could be a good backup on the off-chance something happens to Lee (as I duck the thunderbolt!).
The other players of note today would have to be wide receivers Randall Cobb (Kentucky) and Tandon Doss (Indiana) who are ranked third and fourth by Scouts Inc. I think the 49ers will grab a wide receiver in this draft, but I don't really know where that pick comes. We don't know how Coach Harbaugh feels about his current crop of wide receivers. Where do you think the 49ers try and grab a wide receiver, if at all? And let's consider this assuming A.J. Green does not drop to them at seven.
|03/03/2011||Baylor, FAU, Tulane, Utah State|
|03/04/2011||Alabama State, Albany State, Lindenwood, Troy, Weber State|
|03/07/2011||Arkansas Tech, Central Arkansas, Rhode Island, Tuskegee|
|03/08/2011||Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Auburn, Fordham, Liberty, Minnesota, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Prairie View A&M|
|03/09/2011||Alabama, BYU, California-Davis, California, Clark-Atlanta, Colorado State, Georgia Tech, Kent State, Mississippi State, Nebraska-Omaha, North Texas, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Rutgers, West Georgia, Wisconsin, UTEP|
|03/10/2011||Akron, Buffalo, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Texas Tech, West Texas, Wofford|
|03/11/2011||Eastern Illinois, Idaho, Jackson State, Ohio State, Oregon State, Purdue, Southern Miss, TCU, Tennessee|
|03/14/2011||Air Force, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, LSU, Montana, Newberry, Wake Forest, Widener|
|03/15/2011||Bowling Green, Eastern Kentucky, Emporia State, Florida, Kansas State, McNeese State, Montana State, Pittsburgh, Robert Morris, Southeast Louisiana, Towson|
|03/16/2011||Arkansas-Monticello, Bowie State, California (PA), Delaware, Florida A&M, Illinois, Indiana, James Madison, Louisian-Monroe, Marshall, Maryland, Michigan State, Penn State, Virginia Union, William & Mary|
|03/17/2011||Appalachian State, Grambling State, Lehigh, Louisiana Tech, Michigan, Missouri, North Alabama, Stanford, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia|
|03/18/2011||Arkansas State, Indiana State, New Mexico State, Northwestern State (LA), Temple, Virginia Union|
|03/21/2011||Abilene Christian, Georgia Southern, Iowa, North Dakota State, Valdosta State|
|03/22/2011||Iowa State, Mississippi, Nevada, South Dakota State|
|03/23/2011||Boston College, Central Florida, Connecticut, East Carolina, Iowa State, North Carolina State, Tennessee-Chattanooga, Texas State|
|03/24/2011||Boise State, Maine, Middle Tennessee State, UNLV, New Hampshire, New Mexico, San Diego State, South Florida, Southern Illinois, Tennessee State, Western Kentucky|
|03/25/2011||Arizona State, Ball State, Wofford|
|03/28/2011||Central Missouri, Cincinnati, Citadel, Missouri Western, Northwest Missouri State, Rice|
|03/29/2011||Coastal Carolina, Texas, UCLA, Utah|
|03/30/2011||New Mexico State, North Carolina Central, Northern Iowa, Southern California, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Washington|
|03/31/2011||North Carolina, Stephen F. Austin|
|04/07/2011||Jacksonville State, Notre Dame|