With the 2021 NFL Draft scouting combine being canceled, NFL Pro Days have become more important than ever. College NFL Pro Days are workouts that college athletes hold at their schools. Pro Days can bring out the best in athletes because they are located in a comfortable location.
The NFL Draft combine is usually nationally televised, while the Pro Days are not televised at all. We could potentially see Pro Days televised this year because of the cancelation of the combine. With that being said, here is the schedule for all the top colleges' Pro Days.
College NFL Pro Day schedule: March 5-April 9
On February 12, 2021 the projected number one pick Trevor Lawrence held his own personal Pro Day. The Clemson Tigers are holding their Pro Day on March 11, but Lawrence is undergoing shoulder surgery. Lawrence had a successful Pro Day and showed NFL scouts why he should be number one overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.
March 5: Kansas Jayhawks
March 9: Kansas State Wildcats
March 10: Akansas Razorbacks, Wisconsin Badgers
March 11: Clemson Tigers, Nevada Wolf Pack
March 12: North Dakota State Bisons, Oklahoma Sooners
March 17: Pittsburgh Panthers, UL-Monroe Warhawks
March 18: Auburn Tigers, Buffalo Bulls, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, West Virginia Mountaineers
March 19: Memphis Tigers, Ohio Bobcats, TCU Horned Frogs
March 22: Colorado State Rams, Florida State Seminoles, Iowa Hawkeyes, Toledo Rockets
March 23: Alabama Crimson Tide, Central Michigan Chippewas, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Purdue Boilermakers
March 24: Michigan State Spartans, Mississippi State Bulldogs, South Carolina Gamecocks, Virginia Cavaliers
March 25: North Texas Mean Green, Ole Miss Rebels, Penn State Nittany Lions, San Diego State Aztecs, SMU Mustangs, UMass Minutemen, Western Michigan Broncos
March 26: Boston College Eagles, BYU Cougars, Michigan Wolverines, South Dakota State Jackrabbits, Virginia Tech Hokies
March 29: Duke Blue Devils, Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns, Miami Hurricanes, Miami (OH) RedHawks, North Carolina Tar Heels
March 30: Louisville Cardinals, Tulane Green Wave, Washington Huskies
March 31: Boise State Broncos, Florida Gators, Kentucky Wildcats, Notre Dame Fighting Irish
April 1: Charlotte 49ers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, South Florida Bulls
April 9: Houston Cougars
College Pro Days will be the one and only time for college athletes to prove their worth in the NFL. NFL fans and franchises are going to see how important the combine is after this year.