2014 NFL Draft: Pro Days with Major Draft Implications

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2014 NFL Draft: Pro Days with Major Draft Implications
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While a lot of the focus during the NFL offseason focuses on the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis ahead of the draft in May, many players have to rely on strong pro-day performances to help bolster their stock.

Pro days offer teams the ability to watch players in a more intimate venue but also allow players to perform in a more comfortable setting. 

Much is already known about prospective NFL players with the countless hours of studying game film and analyzing each and every play by scouts and general managers, but pro days still remain an integral part of the evaluation process.

For some players, their pro day may be their only chance to impress teams prior to the NFL draft in May, while others can use them to help bolster their position in the draft. Here are five players whose pro days have major draft implications. 

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