NFL prospect pro days are, by and large, overrated. They simply don't matter nearly as much to evaluations as other parts of the process. The scripted workouts are designed to keep a prospect as comfortable as possible.
Young AFC scout I met today at Bortles pro day: "The pro day is 1% of the evaluation. Any more than that and you're doing it wrong."— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) March 19, 2014
That's not to say they don't have value. Teams can send scouts to pro days to put prospects through individual workouts as well as interviews with team officials. The Indianapolis Colts worked out Bjoern Werner last year and were impressed with the Florida State defensive end in person, leading to his selection at No. 24 overall.
So, when looking at upcoming pro days, I look at players who fit the Colts' profile as potential draftees as well as players who may have questions after the combine. As a result, here are a few players that should have the attention, or already do, of the Colts at their pro days.