The Dallas Cowboys will use the NFL Pro Days as another chance to meet with potential draft picks and collect additional data on their skill sets.
One of the things the Cowboys, and all teams, need to be wary of in regards to pro days is that they aren't standardized. Unlike the NFL Scouting Combine, at which all prospects do the same drills under the same circumstances, pro days come with different variables: different surfaces, weather, drills, and so on. For that reason, combine numbers should typically be trusted over pro day numbers.
When players don't participate at the combine, however, the pro days have a lot more value. Similarly, if a player posts conflicting results, such as times of 4.45 and 4.60 in the 40-yard dash, it's a sign that his pro day numbers could be more useful.
Ultimately, pro days are about finishing up the scouting process to make sure nothing was missed. Here are the five most important remaining pro days for Dallas.