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2015 NFL Draft: Tuesday March 31st pro day schedule

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Pro days for Tuesday include Connecticut, Florida State, Notre Dame, and Stephen F. Austin.

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The pro day schedule for Tuesday will feature well over ten prospects that will be drafted in 2015. Colleges on the schedule for Tuesday include Connecticut, Florida State, Notre Dame, and Stephen F. Austin.

Today, Florida State provides most of the names, but Notre Dame and Connecticut have players of note as well. Conneticut's Byron Jones took the combine by storm after setting a record for longest long jump, and also had a scouts dream of a vertical, recorded at 44.5 inches. For Notre Dame, I am interested to see tight end Ben Koyack. Lining up at H-back and fullback at times along with tight end, Koyack is an option the 49ers could put in the gameplan in different ways. Koyack would be a mid round pick.

Florida State Prospects:

- Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is poised to become the first overall pick in the draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. For Winston personally, I'm sure he wants to perform well today. No matter how he fares throwing the ball today, it won't change his draft stock at all.

- The Seminoles cornerback duo of Ronald Darby and P.J. Williams are both ranked in my top ten at the position, with Darby ranked fifth and Williams at seven. Williams posted an underwhelming forty of 4.57 at the combine and should improve on that today. Williams is a physical man corner. Darby had a great combine in nearly all aspects, posting a 4.38 forty, excelling in the gauntlet drill and well in all others.

- Center Cameron Erving could hear his name called in round one after an impressive and versatile career at FSU. Erving started out as a defensive tackle, developed into a reliable offensive tackle for two seasons, and in 2014 converted to Center. Standing 6-5 and 325 pounds, Erving is a brute that can have longevity in the NFL because of the position versatility he brings.

- Defensive tackle Eddie Goldman will need to make a favorable impression today, as he was unable to run his forty or perform in drills at the combine. Coleman is a likely round two selection.

- Tight end Nick O' Leary posted a combine forty on the slow side, clocking in at 4.93. I have no doubt he can improve that time today. After putting up a good season, with 48 receptions for 618 yards and six touchdowns, O'Leary was named a first team All-American and won the John Mackey Award, which is awarded to the nations top tight end. O'Leary is the grandson of golfer Jack Nicklaus.

- Receiver Rashad Green had one of the better seasons for his position in 2015. Putting up a whooping 99 receptions for 1,365 yards and 7 touchdowns.

As always, feel free to add a prospect you are interested in. Notre Dame and Florida State, love them or hate them, tend to produce good NFL players regularly.