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College Football Pro Day Schedule 2016: When will NFL Draft prospects work out?

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Wondering when draft prospects will be working out after the Combine? We've got a full list here.

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While the NFL Scouting Combine is the first time many NFL Draft prospects will go through a barrage of physical tests, most prospective players will work out in front of teams in more familiar environments later on. Each major college program will host their Pro Day sometime in March or April, where that school's players will either get the chance to improve upon their numbers from Indianapolis or work out in front of NFL scouts for the first time.

This year, 128 college football programs have Pro Days scheduled as of this date, the list of which is compiled by NFL.com. We have that list for you below, along with many of the key draft prospects who will be working out on each of the specified days.

Expect to hear reports of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson attending several of these workouts, as he will likely want to see some of these players work out again.

NOTE: This post was updated on March 3rd to reflect additions and changes to the Pro Day schedule.

Date Schools Top Prospects
March 3 Northern Arizona, Vanderbilt OLB Stephen Weatherly
March 4 Alabama State, Arizona State, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Nebraska, Troy G Christian Westerman, DE/OLB Noah Spence, DT Maliek Collins, OT Alex Lewis, DT Vincent Valentine
March 7 Auburn, Minnesota, Prairie View A&M
OT Shon Coleman, WR Duke Williams, CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun, LB De'Vondre Campbell
March 8 Connecticut, Illinois State, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, West Georgia
DT DeVaunte Sigler, G Cody Whitehair, FB Glenn Gronkowski, DE Dean Lowry, DE Emmanuel Ogbah
March 9 Alabama, Buffalo, Central Oklahoma, Colorado, Colorado State, Louisville, Marshall, Monmouth, Oklahoma, Rutgers, Wisconsin DT A'Shawn Robinson, DT Jarran Reed, LB Reggie Ragland, RB Derrick Henry, RB Devon Johnson, WR Sterling Shepard, LB Eric Striker, WR Leonte Carroo
OT Tyler Marz, LB Joe Schobert, FB Derek Watt
March 10 Clemson, Fordham, Furman, Harvard, Illinois, Miami (Ohio), Mississippi State, Oregon, Tulsa, Washington State CB Mackensie Alexander, DE Kevin Dodd, DE Shaq Lawson, OT Cole Toner, TE Ben Braunecker, RB Josh Ferguson, DE Jihad Ward, QB Dak Prescott, DE DeForest Buckner
March 11 Georgia State, Ohio State, Oregon State, Texas Tech, West Alabama DE Joey Bosa, RB Ezekiel Elliott, OT Taylor Decker, CB Eli Apple, LB Darron Lee, LB Joshua Perry
March 14 Bowling Green, Cincinnati, LSU, Sacramento State, Southern, Toledo, Wake Forest G Parker Ehinger, OL Vadal Alexander, LB Deion Jones
March 15 Charlotte, Grand Valley State, Northwestern State, Ouachita Baptist, Richmond, UCLA, Virginia, Western Michigan, Youngstown State NT Kenny Clark, TE Thomas Duarte, LB Myles Jack, RB Paul Perkins, OT Willie Beavers
March 16 Arkansas, Baylor, Boston College, Fresno State, Georgia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Michigan State, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, San Jose State, Temple, Virginia Tech QB Brandon Allen, RB Alex Collins, TE Hunter Henry, OG Sebastian Tretola, LB Leonard Floyd, LB Jordan Jenkins, C Jack Allen, DE/OLB Shilique Calhoun, OT Jack Conklin, QB Connor Cook, DT Matthew Ioannidis, LB Tyler Matakevich
March 17 Central Arkansas, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kennesaw State, Penn State, San Diego State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stanford, William & Mary DT Austin Johnson, DE Carl Nassib, G Joshua Garnett, TE Austin Hooper, LB Blake Martinez, OT Kyle Murphy
March 18 Akron, California, Georgia Tech, Kent State, Michigan, Navy QB Jared Goff, RB Daniel Lasco, DT Adam Gotsis, RB Keenan Reynolds
March 21 Iowa, Louisiana-Monroe, North Carolina State, South Florida
March 22 Angelo State, Azusa Pacific, Florida, Grambling State, Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Montana State, North Carolina, Northern Iowa, Pittsburg State, Texas-San Antonio, Texas State CB Vernon Hargreaves, WR Demarcus Robinson, RB Kenneth Dixon, QB Jeff Driskel, TE Beau Sandland, TE David Morgan
March 23 Alcorn State, Duke, Liberty, Missouri, North Carolina Central, Ohio, Purdue, Syracuse, Texas, USC, Valdosta State, Weber State S Jeremy Cash, C Evan Boehm, DT Hassan Ridgeway, LB Su'a Cravens, QB Cody Kessler
March 24 Arizona, Ball State, Cal Poly, East Carolina, Houston, Lamar, Massachusetts, Missouri Western State, North Dakota State, Rice, Southern Mississippi, Utah LB Scooby Wright, WR DeMarcus Ayers, WR Tajae Sharpe, QB Carson Wentz, RB Devontae Booker
March 25 BYU DE Bronson Kaufusi
March 28 California-Davis, Ole Miss, South Alabama, Stony Brook OT Laremy Tunsil, DT Robert Nkemdiche, WR Laquon Treadwell, DE/OLB Victor Ochi
March 29 Florida State, Western Kentucky CB/S Jalen Ramsey, QB Brandon Doughty, TE Tyler Higbee
March 30 Maryland, Miami (FL), SMU, South Carolina, South Carolina State, Southern Utah, Tennessee CB Artie Burns, TE Jerell Adams, S Miles Killebrew, DE/OLB James Cowser
March 31 Appalachian State, Boise State, Florida Atlantic, Florida Tech, Middle Tennessee State, Notre Dame, TCU, The Citadel, Washington, Yale S Darian Thompson, DT Sheldon Day, WR Will Fuller, LB Jaylon Smith, OT Ronnie Stanley, WR Josh Doctson
April 1 Coastal Carolina, Eastern Washington, Indiana, Jacksonville, Villanova OT Jason Spriggs
April 2 Dartmouth
April 4 Arkansas State, West Virginia LB Nick Kwiatkoski, RB Wendell Smallwood
April 6 Georgia Southern, Memphis, Texas A&M, Utah State QB Paxton Lynch