Official 2010 Pro Days schedule


Between the combine and the draft, NFL coaches and scouts — not to mention the prospects themselves — turn their attention to the various college “Pro Day” workouts. These are not as all-encompassing as the combine, but they are important enough for the key decision-makers in the league to travel around the country for more than a month to see the talent up close and personal.

2010 Pro Day schedule

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Thursday, March 4 — Baylor, Florida Atlantic, Missouri, Syracuse, Wyoming

Friday, March 5 — San Diego

Monday, March 8 — Central Washington, Utah

Tuesday, March 9 — Auburn, Central Arkansas, Indiana, North Dakota State, N.W. Missouri, Oklahoma, Tuskegee, Virginia Military, Western Michigan

Wednesday, March 10 — Brown, California, Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Rutgers, Texas A&M, Washington

Thursday, March 11 — Alabama-Birmingham, Furman, Idaho, Ohio, Stephen F. Austin

Friday, March 12 — Eastern Washington, Jacksonville State, Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon State, Purdue, Texas Christian, Urbana

Saturday, March 13 — San Diego State

Monday, March 15 — Air Force, Albany State, Clark, Georgia Tech, Montana

Tuesday, March 16 — Bowling Green, Delaware, Eastern Kentucky, Toledo

Wednesday, March 17 — Arkansas State, Arkansas Tech, Hampton, Illinois, Marshall, Michigan State, Penn State, William & Mary

Thursday, March 18 — McNeese State, Nicholls State, Temple, Virginia, West Virginia

Friday, March 19 — James Madison, Minnesota, North Carolina Central, N.W. Louisiana, Tulane

Monday, March 22 — Iowa, North Carolina A&T

Tuesday, March 23 — Iowa State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, South Dakota State

Wednesday, March 24 — Nevada, North Carolina State, North Texas

Thursday, March 25 — Central Florida, East Carolina

Friday, March 26 — Arizona State, Boise State, Miami (Fla.), Wake Forest

Tuesday, March 30 — Houston, Texas Southern (at Houston), Texas State, UCLA

Wednesday, March 31 — Pennsylvania, Southern California

Thursday, April 1 — Hawaii