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2020 NFL Draft: A look at the upcoming Pro Day schedule

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Keep track on all the NCAA Pro Days that will take place over the next month and a half

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The NFL Combine has passed, but that doesn’t mean the scouting aspect stops. There is still plenty of work to do and information to gather. General managers, scouts, and everyone involved in personnel decision making will keep an eye on the upcoming Pro Day schedule. This is a chance to see the top prospects workout leading up to the NFL Draft. Pro Days are for players either looking to improve on their Combine times, or if they weren’t healthy enough to run, they would work out.

Some players chose to sit out of the NFL Combine after being advised by their agents. That’s due to the new Combine schedule. Instead of working out first thing in the morning, workouts were pushed back to primetime to benefit the people watching and not the actual players. We saw slower agility times across the board this year, and some have pointed that’s because of the new workout schedule. In years past, the shuttles were the first drill players did. That changed in 2020.

Pro Days are fun to attend because you see all of the big names in one spot. At the Arizona State Pro Day last year, San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch and Denver Broncos general manager John Elway were inseparable. You better believe I was doing some eavesdropping on those conversations. This has nothing to do with anything, but I thought it was hilarious I made the news, sitting next to Vikings GM Rick Spielman and Rams GM Les Snead and the rest of the dinosaurs using their stopwatch to record 40 times.

Here’s to hoping Lynch shows up again to talk to his good friend Herm Edwards.

Take a look at the upcoming Pro Day schedule:

March 10

Oklahoma State

Wyoming

March 11

Arkansas

Colorado

Oklahoma, 10 a.m.

Oregon State

Wisconsin

March 12

Clemson

Nebraska

Oregon

Princeton

Southern Illinois

Tulsa

March 13

Georgia Southern

Michigan

Portland State

March 16

Arizona State

Temple

Vanderbilt

March 17

Arizona

Fresno State

Missouri

Penn State

March 18

Boston College

Georgia

Illinois State

Michigan State

Pittsburgh

March 19

South Carolina

South Carolina State

Stanford

Western Michigan

March 20

Arkansas State

California

UNC-Charlotte

Virginia Tech

March 23

Indiana

Iowa

Memphis

North Carolina

Syracuse

March 24

Alabama, 10 a.m.

Cincinnati

Iowa State

Texas A&M

UCLA

March 25

Baylor

Connecticut

Dayton

Maryland

Minnesota

Mississippi

Navy

North Carolina State

Ohio State

Rhode Island

USC

Utah State

West Virginia

March 26

Louisiana Tech

Louisville

Mississippi State

North Dakota State

North Texas

SMU

Tennessee

UCF

Utah

Wake Forest

March 27

Appalachian State

Florida State

Kentucky

Lenoir-Rhyne

San Diego State

TCU

March 30

Ball State

South Florida

March 31

Florida

Houston

Southern Mississippi

Washington

April 1

Florida International

Louisiana-Lafayette

Miami

Notre Dame

Texas

Washington State

April 2

Boise State

Florida Atlantic

Montana

Purdue

Tulane, 1 p.m.

April 3

LSU

April 7

Liberty

April 8

Texas Tech

Virginia

These times are subject to change, and if the 49ers send anyone to these events or have a position coach doing the workouts, we’ll be sure to update and share.