The calendar has flipped to March, which means we are inching closer to the start of the new league year.
Before free agency kicks off in a little over two weeks, the college pro day circuit will begin, starting this Friday at the University of Kansas.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no NFL Scouting Combine this year, enhancing the importance of the collegiate pro days as they will serve as the last opportunity for prospects to showcase their skills and athleticism for teams prior to the start of the draft. NFL teams are limited to a maximum of three representatives at any pro day this year.
Below is an updated list of confirmed pro days leading up to the 2021 NFL Draft, which begins on April 29:
Kansas State Northwestern Wisconsin-Whitewater March 10 Arkansas Marshall Maryland Wisconsin March 11 Clemson Nevada Texas March 12 Arkansas State North Dakota State Oklahoma March 15 Army Kent State Middle Tennessee State Vanderbilt March 16 Georgia Tech Temple March 17 Arizona Georgia Illinois Pittsburgh San Jose State March 18 Auburn Buffalo Central Arkansas Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe Stanford Troy West Virginia March 19 Memphis Ohio TCU March 22 Air Force Bowling Green Colorado State Florida State Iowa Missouri Toledo March 23 Alabama Central Michigan Iowa State Nebraska Purdue March 24 Michigan State Mississippi State South Carolina USC Virginia March 25 Georgia Southern Massachusetts Mississippi North Texas Penn State San Diego State SMU Tennessee Western Michigan March 26 Boston College BYU Michigan South Dakota State Virginia Tech March 29 Arizona State Duke Louisiana-Lafayette Miami Miami (Ohio) North Carolina Washington State March 30 East Carolina Florida Atlantic Louisville North Carolina State Ohio State Texas A&M Tulane Washington March 31 Baylor Boise State Florida Kentucky LSU Notre Dame Wake Forest April 1 Minnesota North Carolina-Charlotte Oklahoma State Oregon State South Florida UCF Western Kentucky April 2 Indiana Oregon Tulsa April 7 Texas Tech April 9 Ball State Houston UAB