The NFL Scouting Combine gets all the coverage and glory. However, college pro days are equally as important.
They give scouts more of an up-close-and-personal view of a prospect's skill set and mindset. Players are more comfortable and open to participating in drills and events that they might not have wanted to do at the combine. For example, quarterbacks can throw to their own receivers rather than players they have little-to-no chemistry with.
Here are the top-10 pro-day performances leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft.