Ranking the 15 Most Anticipated Pro Days Before the NFL Draft

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Ranking the 15 Most Anticipated Pro Days Before the NFL Draft
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West Virginia's pro day is highly anticipated in large part due to the participation of quarterback Geno Smith.

The first full week of NFL pro days is in the books and has already included some of the nation’s most prominent universities and programs. There are still more than three weeks left, however, of major pro days that NFL scouts and executives will flock to looking for the right fit for their selections in the 2013 NFL draft.

Friday’s pro days alone included Texas A&M, a program with multiple potential first-round picks, including projected top-five pick left tackle Luke Joeckel, and Ohio State, a program with plenty of draftable talent in the 2013 class, including defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, a projected first-round pick.

Additional prominent pro days that happened in the first week included Missouri, which featured potential No. 1 overall pick defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, along with Syracuse and Arizona, with two quarterbacks generating plenty of hype in advance of the draft in Ryan Nassib and Matt Scott respectively.

As we look ahead to the next few weeks, the attention of many will shift to NFL free agency, but preparation for April’s NFL draft will remain in full swing.

Which pro days will people pay most attention to, as a result of the amount of talent participating, quality of the talent and/or unanswered questions about the players? The following slideshow breaks down the top 15.

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