2021 full college pro day schedule

Jess Root
·3 min read

There is no NFL combine this year for teams to scout, measure and evaluate draft prospects, as such gatherings still do not make sense during the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, college pro days now become critical.

College teams will release measurements and there will be some uniformity to timing for such drills like the 40-yard dash and more.

The NFL announced confirmed pro day schedules on Wednesday.

Check out the schedule below for each day and each school, with at least one notable prospect from the school.


Friday, March 5

  • Kansas University (RB Pooka Williams)

Tuesday, March 9

  • Kansas State (EDGE Wyatt Hubert)

  • Northwestern (OL Rashawn Slater)

  • Wisconsin-Whitewater (OL Quinn Meinerz)

Wednesday, March 10

  • Arkansas (QB Feleipe Franks)

  • Marshall (OT Josh Ball)

  • Maryland (RB Jake Funk)

  • Wisconsin (TE Jake Ferguson)

Thursday, March 11

  • Clemson (QB Trevor Lawrence)

  • Nevada (DB EJ Muhammad)

  • Texas (QB Sam Ehlinger)

Friday, March 12

  • Arkansas State (WR Jonathan Adams)

  • North Dakota State (QB Trey Lance)

  • Oklahoma (OL Creed Humphrey)

Monday, March 15

  • Army (LB Jon Rhattigan)

  • Kent State (QB Dustin Crum)

  • Middle Tennessee State (OL Robert Jones)

  • Vanderbilt (EDGE Dayo Odeyingbo)

Tuesday, March 16

  • Georgia Tech (LB David Curry)

  • Temple (WR Branden Mack)

Wednesday, March 17

  • Arizona (RB Gary Brightwell)

  • Georgia (EDGE Azeez Ojulari)

  • Illinois (LB Jake Hansen)

  • Pittsburgh (WR DJ Turner)

  • San Jose State (WR Tre Walker)

Thursday, March 18

  • Auburn (LB KJ Britt)

  • Buffalo (RB Jaret Peterson)

  • Central Arkansas (CB Robert Rochell)

  • Louisiana Tech (RB Justin Henderson)

  • Louisiana-Monroe (TE Josh Pederson)

  • Stanford (CB Paulson Adebo)

  • Troy

  • West Virginia (LB Tony Fields)

Friday, March 19

  • Memphis (RB Kenneth Gainwell)

  • Ohio (OL Brett Kitrell)

  • TCU (S Trevor Moehrig)

Monday, March 22

  • Air Force (QB Donald Hammond)

  • Bowling Green (TE Quintin Morris)

  • Colorado (LB Nate Landman)

  • Colorado State (WR Warren Jackson)

  • Florida State (DL Marvin Wilson)

  • Iowa (RB Mehki Sargent)

  • Missouri (LB Nick Bolton)

  • Toledo (EDGE Jamal Hines)

Tuesday, March 23

  • Alabama (WR Jaylen Waddle)

  • Central Michigan (DT Robi Stuart)

  • Iowa State (DL Eyioma Uwazurike)

  • Nebraska (TE Jack Stoll)

  • Purdue (WR Rondale Moore)

Wednesday, March 24

  • Michigan State (LB Antjuan Simmons)

  • Mississippi State (RB Kylin Hill)

  • South Carolina (CB Jaycee Horn)

  • USC (OL Alijah Vera-Tucker)

  • Virginia (TE Tony Poljan)

Thursday, March 25

  • Georgia Southern (RB J.D. King)

  • Massachusetts (OT Larnell Coleman)

  • Mississippi (WR Elijah Moore)

  • North Texas (EDGE Tim Walton)

  • Penn State (LB Micah Parsons)

  • San Diego State (S Tariq Thompson)

  • SMU (WR Reggie Roberson)

  • Tennessee (OL Trey Smith)

  • Western Michigan (WR D'Wayne Eskridge)

Friday, March 26

  • Boston College (TE Hunter Long)

  • BYU (QB Zach Wilson)

  • Michigan (EDGE Kwity Paye)

  • South Dakota State (WR Cade Johnson)

  • Virginia Tech (CB Caleb Farley)

Monday, March 29

  • Arizona State (WR Frank Darby)

  • Duke (TE Noah Gray)

  • Louisiana-Lafayette (RB Elijah Mitchell)

  • Miami (EDGE Gregory Rousseau)

  • Miami (Ohio) (OT Tommy Doyle)

  • North Carolina (RB Michael Carter)

Tuesday, March 30

  • Alabama (WR DeVonta Smith)

  • East Carolina (OT D'Ante Smith)

  • Florida Atlantic (RB BJ Emmons)

  • Louisville (WR Dez Fitzpatrick)

  • NC State (DL Alim McNeil)

  • Ohio State (OL Wyatt Davis)

  • Texas A&M (QB Kellen Mond)

  • Tulane (DT Cameron Sample)

  • Washington (CB Elijah Molden)

Wednesday, March 31

  • Boise State (TE John Bates)

  • Florida (TE Kyle Pitts)

  • Kentucky (CB Kelvin Joseph)

  • LSU (WR Ja'Marr Chase)

  • Notre Dame (LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah)

  • Wake Forest (WR Sage Surratt)

Thursday, April 1

  • Central Florida (S Richie Grant)

  • Minnesota (WR Rashod Bateman)

  • North Carolina (Charlotte) (DT Demond Stewart)

  • Oklahoma State (RB Chuba Hubbard)

  • Oregon State (RB Jermar Jefferson)

  • South Florida (WR Randall St. Felix)

  • Western Kentucky (EDGE DeAngelo Malone)

Friday, April 2

  • Oregon (OT Penei Sewell)

  • Tulsa (LB Zaven Collins)

Wednesday, April 7

  • Texas Tech (DB Zech McPhearson)

Friday, April 9

  • Alabama-Birmingham (RB Spencer Brown)

  • Ball State (RB Caleb Huntley)

  • Houston (EDGE Peyton Turner)

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