The NFL combine has come and gone, with dozens of pro hopefuls going through the ringer of individual speed and strength drills as well as interviews with the media and potential employers. The whole thing had the feeling of a cattle auction.
But at this meat market, some of the sides of beef came off looking unattractive, while others never made it out of the barn.
For players who bombed at the combine or for whatever reason did not participate in some or all of the drills, there's one last chance to wow the scouts: pro day.
Each school has a closed-to-the-public (and media) chance to show off in a controlled and comfortable environment, and for some players it's going to be their best opportunity to steer their football futures.