Michigan Football: 3 Wolverines Players with the Most to Prove at Pro Day

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Michigan Football: 3 Wolverines Players with the Most to Prove at Pro Day
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Pro Day is March 12 at Al Glick Fieldhouse in Ann Arbor.

Taylor Lewan is Michigan's most NFL-ready prospect, so he probably won't join the Wolverines during March 12's pro day at Al Glick Fieldhouse. 

However, fellow senior Michael Schofield could definitely show up for scouts. He didn't bench press during the NFL Combine this past week in Indianapolis, so it's logical to assume that he could take advantage of the upcoming opportunity in Ann Arbor. 

Jeremy Gallon had a productive combine as well. However, he doesn't really have anything left to prove to NFL executives. He ran a 4.49-second 40-yard dash and caught the ball well—low and fast, per SI.com's Doug Farrar

That being said, pro day is an event that draft-eligible Wolverines can use to get on the radar...if they're not there already, that is. 

Who might that be?

This slideshow will assess the cases of three players not named Lewan, Schofield or Gallon...while using NFLDraftScout/CBS as reference unless otherwise noted.

Also, it's important to note that there isn't a published list of pro day participants. This slideshow will take a few educated guesses and project. 

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