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2016 NFL Draft Pro Days: Northern Arizona, Vanderbilt prospects get it started

It's that time of year again! March is upon us, and thus begin the annual Pro Days. The 2016 NFL Draft is less than two months away, these days are crucial to all players involved. Whether he be a prospect who fell flat at the combine or a player who never even received an invite to Indy, the campus pro day can help a player boost his draft stock.

This year's Pro Day schedule got started in a fairly low key manner. Northern Arizona and Vanderbilt are the two schools getting things started. It picks up tomorrow with more power conference schools, but for now, we've got at least a couple prospects to look at for the 2016 NFL Draft. You can view the full list of Pro Days here.


Outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly was the only player from these two schools to get an invite to the 2016 NFL Combine. He ran a 4.61 40 (t-6th)), had 23 reps on the bench press (4th), and had a 31 inch vertical (t-19th). He stands 6'4 and weighed in at 267 pounds. His 34 1/2 inch arm length was No. 1 among linebackers, and would have been tied for 8th among defensive linemen AND linebackers. He appears to be a day three prospect, who could eventually work his way into the starting lineup if he can turn his physical tools into production. He strikes me as a guy who could very well be on Trent Baalke and Chip Kelly's respective radars.

OLB Stephen Weatherly
TE Steven Scheu
C Spencer Pulley
S Andrew Williamson
OG Jake Bernstein
OLB Caleb Azubike

Northern Arizona

FB Nick Butier
CB Marcus Alford