Pro Days are upon us, as virtually every football-playing college across the country—from tiny FCS schools like Fordham to the mighty BCS powerhouses like Alabama—are showcasing the players who believe they have a shot at playing at the next level.
Well, you know, assuming the next level has a season come September.
Pro Days actually started last week with Baylor, Tulane and Utah State kicking things off. But it starts to get interesting this week when Arkansas, Auburn, Oklahoma (all Tuesday, March 8), Alabama (Wednesday, March 9) and Nebraska (Thursday, March 10) host their respective Pro Days.
Those five schools represent some of the cream of the crop when it comes to producing NFL players. But which of them have the best, NFL-ready talent, players who will start contributing from the first mini-camp?
Read on, friends.