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2015 NFL Draft: March 12 Pro Days

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Pro days continue today at the following schools: Buffalo, Delaware, Fresno State, Idaho, Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), Michigan, Oklahoma State, Oregon, UNLV, Washington State, and Wyoming.

Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

We keep rolling with pro days today at the following schools: Buffalo, Delaware, Fresno State, Idaho, Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), Michigan, Oklahoma State, Oregon, UNLV, Washington State, and Wyoming.

In what's becoming the theme of the week there are some big time wide receivers showcasing their skills today. Fresno State's Josh Harper, Michigan's Devin Funchess, and UNLV's Devante Davis take the stage today.

Funchess is the most intriguing of the three. At 6-4, 232lbs he's is one of the bigger receivers in the class but inexperience and a deep receiver class could have him drop to the second round.

I'm also really intrigued to see how former quarterback Devin Gardner transitions to receiver. At 6-4, 217lbs and exciting athleticism Gardner could work his way into the late rounds if he shows well today.

If the 49ers wait on a receiver and take on beyond round one, pass rusher could be an option in round one. Especially if Kentucky's Alvin "Bud" Dupree is available at 15. Dupre has the size, speed, and athleticism to be an absolute terror off the edge.

Sticking with the defense, two Oregon prospects seem to be logical candidates for the 49ers. DE/DT Arik Armstead is a massive man at 6-7, 292lbs. Armstead has natural ability and freakish athleticism and he's just scratching the surface of his ablity. CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu was considered by many to be a first round pick last year. An unfortunate late season ACL tear caused his draft stock to plummet. But the talent is there and value could be incredible in the third or fourth rounds. I have a feeling someone will take a chance on him sooner.

Pro days will wrap up for the week, as even more wide receivers will grab headlines at: Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Hobart, Ohio State, Oregon State, West Virginia.