There are plenty of colleges having pro days today, and many quality options among the pro days taking place. Colleges with pro days today include Baylor, Boise State, Boston College, Charleston Southern, Georgia, Louisiana-Monroe, Memphis, Michigan State, San Jose State, Temple, Virginia Tech, and Western Kentucky.
- Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty will be looking to put together a solid pro day after falling flat at the combine. His combine was not encouraging and his stock has fallen in the past month. If Petty can put together a solid day today, last month can soon be forgotten. Jim Harbaugh actually helped Petty prepare for the combine (Petty and Jameis Winston headed up to Ann Arbor), maybe a month longer to soak in what the ole 49ers coach said will do him well.
- Boise State's Jay Ajayi doesn't receive as much love as he should because he doesn't play for a powerhouse school, but he's right up there with the top running backs in this draft class. Ajayi scored 32 total touchdowns and was the first player ever to have over 1,800 yards rushing and 500 plus receiving yards in the same year. He can be had in the fourth or fifth round and he has big time sleeper potential.
- The top prospect and one I feel the 49ers should strongly consider drafting if they can move up slightly to draft him is Michigan State cornerback Trae Wayne's, who I feel is far and away the best corner in this draft class. It's hard to find a player that has a list of check-marks, yet little to no cons to his game. Wayne's 4.31 combine forty was impressive, as was his performances in every drill during the drill portion of the workout. The little cons to Wayne's game are easily correctable and in terms of mental awareness, athletic ability, and toughness, Wayne's really is the total package. More than likely Wayne's will be gone by the time the 49ers are on the board, but he would fit mesh well in San Francisco.
Feel free to add a prospect you think is worth mentioning. Pro days for tomorrow include Hawaii, Louisiana Tech, Maine, Missouri, Old Dominion, Penn State, San Diego State, Stanford, Western Michigan, and William and Mary,