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2021 Pro Day Schedule

Without a scouting combine, these dates become all the more important.

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Just like it was in 2020, this upcoming NFL offseason is going to be quite a bit different from years past. The NFL’s Scouting Combine in Indianapolis was canceled earlier this month which has put much more focus on the college pro day circuit.

All of the times, measurements, and drills for prospects will all be performed within each school’s sanctioned event. There unfortunately won’t be the same amount of pageantry and flair that we all look forward to every April, but any football content is always better than none at all.

The gauntlet of pro days is set to kick off on March 5 with the University of Kansas and will come to an end on April 9 with Ball State, Houston, and UAB.

Some of the more notable dates to keep in mind are March 11 (Clemson, Texas), March 17 (Georgia), March 23 (Alabama), and March 30 (Ohio State).

For those who want to know when some of the top offensive lineman perform, Oregon and Penei Sewell are scheduled for April 2, Northwestern and Rashawn Slater are on March 9, and Virginia Tech with Christian Darrisaw are on for March 26.

You’ll find the entire pro day schedule below:

March 5

  • Kansas

March 9

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

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

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

March 30

  • East Carolina
  • Florida Atlantic
  • Louisville
  • North Carolina State
  • Ohio State
  • Texas A&M
  • Tulane
  • Washington

March 31

April 1

April 2

  • Indiana
  • Oregon
  • Tulsa

April 7

April 9

  • Ball State
  • Houston
  • UAB