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2016 NFL Draft: Pro Day schedule and important workouts this week

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Pro Days around the nation get started this week as highly and lowly rated prospects alike vie for the attention of the NFL.

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Though the NFL Scouting Combine is in the past, the draft process marches on with a bevy of Pro Days over the next month. Pro Days present another chance for prospects who didn't perform well at (or weren't invited to) the combine to strut their stuff for scouts, coaches, and general managers. The first week of Pro Days alone sees some of the most highly rated prospects in the draft work out, and the New York Giants will be interested and present.

The Pro Day schedule kicks off with a huge one, as Noah Spence works to prove his athleticism after a hamstring injury suffered in the Senior Bowl reportedly hampered him at the combine.

Important Pro Day For The Giants (March 4th - 11th)

March 4th

Eastern Kentucky (Noah Spence)

Nebraska (Mallek Collins)

March 7th

Minnesota (Eric Murray, Briean Boddy-Calhoun)

March 8th

Oklahoma State (Emmanuel Ogbah)

Kansas State (Cody Whitehair)

March 9th

Alabama (A'Shawn Robinson, Jarran Reed, Reggie Ragland, Ryan Kelly, Cyrus Jones, Derrick Henry, Kenyan Drake)

Oklahoma (Sterling Sheppard, Charles Tapper, Dominique Alexander, Eric Striker)

Rutgers (Leonte Caroo)

March 10th

Clemson (Shaq Lawson, Kevin Dodd, Mackensie Alexander, DJ Reader, Jayron Kearse)

Mississippi State (Chris Jones, De'Runnya Wilson, Dak Prescott, Will Redmond)

March 11th

Ohio State (Joey Bosa, Ezekiel Elliott, Taylor Decker, Darron Lee, Joshua Perry, Eli Apple, Braxton Miller, Michael Thomas, Vonn Bell, Adolphus Washington, Nick Vannett, Tyvis Powell)

Full Pro Day Schedule

Date Schools
March 4 Alabama State, Arizona State, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Nebraska, Troy
March 7 Auburn, Minnesota, Prairie View A&M
March 8 Connecticut, Jacksonville (Ala.) State, Kansas State, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, West Georgia
March 9 Alabama, Buffalo, Central Oklahoma, Marshall, Monmouth (N.J.), Oklahoma, Rutgers, Wisconsin
March 10 Clemson, Fordham, Furman, Illinois, Miami (Ohio), Mississippi State, Tulsa
March 11 Georgia State, Ohio State, Oregon State, West Alabama
March 14 Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Sacramento State, Southern, Toledo, Wake Forest
March 15 Charlotte, Grand Valley St, Northwestern St (La.), Ouachita Baptist, Richmond, UCLA, Virginia, Youngstown St
March 16 Arkansas, Boston College, Fresno St, Georgia, LA-Lafayette, Michigan St, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, Temple, Baylor
March 17 C. Arkansas, C. Michigan, E. Michigan, Kennesaw State, San Diego St, SE Louisiana, Stanford, William & Mary
March 18 Arkron, California, Georgia Tech, Navy
March 21 Louisiana-Monroe, North Carolina State, South Florida
March 22 Angelo State, Azusa Pacific, Florida, Grambling State, Iowa State, Montana State, Pittsburg State, Texas State
March 23 Alcorn State, North Carolina Central, Ohio, Purdue, Syracuse, Texas, USC, Valdosta State, Weber State
March 24 Arizona, Ball St, Cal Poly, Houston, Lamar, UMass, MO Western St, North Dakota St, Rice, Southern Miss, Utah
March 28 California-Davis, Ole Miss, South Alabama
March 29 Western Kentucky
March 30 Indiana, Maryland, Miami (Fl.), SMU, Southern Utah, Tennessee
March 31 Appalachian St, Boise St, Florida Atlantic, Florida Tech, Middle Tennessee, Notre Dame, The Citadel, Yale
April 1 Coastal Carolina, Eastern Washington, Jacksonville (Fla.) Villanova
April 2 Dartmouth
April 4 Arkansas State, West Virginia
April 6 Georgia Southern