Some of the 2014 NFL draft’s top prospects have already participated in their pro days, with one week of school-hosted workouts already in the books, but there are still plenty of players to watch during important pro days for the rest of March and extending into April.
While pro-day workouts don’t carry as much weight as the NFL Scouting Combine, they can be very important for players who were unable to workout at the combine or had poor performances in Indianapolis.
Though it can certainly be argued that “the tape speaks for itself,” that won’t stop NFL coaches, general managers and scouts from paying attention to the measurables and skills that pro day participants put on display.
The most attention to pro days will be placed where players have lingering questions to answer about their speed, strength, skill sets and/or health. All of the players in the following slides have intriguing potential as NFL prospects, yet their draft stocks could be affected significantly by how well they can answer those questions during their upcoming workouts.
All combine stats and measurements courtesy of NFL.com.