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2021 pro day schedule

There is no combine this year, so teams will have to monitor the pro days from a safe distance

NFL scout Preston Williams

The NFL announced earlier this year that there would not be a scouting combine in Indianapolis in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, teams will have to evaluate prospects at their pro days and all interviews and psychological testing will be done virtually.

The medical exams, for the most part, are expected to be conducted in a combination of virtual interviews between players and each team’s medical staffs, to go with exams done at medical facilities near the prospect’s home campus.

A select number of prospects, the memo said, will be asked to travel to one or more designated sites for a more comprehensive exam — “likely in early April,’’ according to the memo — that can be attended by one physician and one athletic trainer from each team.

This change in format will make pro days more valuable than they’ve ever been before and what impact it has on the 2021 NFL Draft may not be known for years.

Here is the full list of pro days from NFL.com, beginning next Friday at Kansas and ending April 9 with Ball State, Houston, and UAB. The draft begins on Thursday, April 29 and will be held in Cleveland.

March 5

  • Kansas

March 9

  • Kansas State
  • Northwestern
  • Wisconsin-Whitewater

March 10

  • Arkansas
  • Marshall
  • Maryland
  • Wisconsin

March 11

  • Clemson
  • Nevada
  • Texas

March 12

  • Arkansas State
  • North Dakota State
  • Oklahoma

March 15

  • Army
  • Kent State
  • Middle Tennessee State
  • Vanderbilt

March 16

  • Georgia Tech
  • Temple

March 17

  • Arizona
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Pittsburgh
  • San Jose State

March 18

  • Auburn
  • Buffalo
  • Central Arkansas
  • Louisiana Tech
  • Louisiana-Monroe
  • Stanford
  • Troy
  • West Virginia

March 19

  • Memphis
  • Ohio
  • TCU

March 22

  • Air Force
  • Bowling Green
  • Colorado State
  • Florida State
  • Iowa
  • Missouri
  • Toledo

March 23

  • Alabama
  • Central Michigan
  • Iowa State
  • Nebraska
  • Purdue

March 24

  • Michigan State
  • Mississippi State
  • South Carolina
  • USC
  • Virginia

March 25

  • Georgia Southern
  • Massachusetts
  • Mississippi
  • North Texas
  • Penn State
  • San Diego State
  • SMU
  • Tennessee
  • Western Michigan

March 26

  • Boston College
  • BYU
  • Michigan
  • South Dakota State
  • Virginia Tech

March 29

  • Arizona State
  • Duke
  • Louisiana-Lafayette
  • Miami
  • Miami (Ohio)
  • North Carolina
  • Washington State

March 30

  • East Carolina
  • Florida Atlantic
  • Louisville
  • North Carolina State
  • Ohio State
  • Texas A&M
  • Tulane
  • Washington

March 31

  • Baylor
  • Boise State
  • Florida
  • Kentucky
  • LSU
  • Notre Dame
  • Wake Forest

April 1

  • Minnesota
  • North Carolina-Charlotte
  • Oklahoma State
  • Oregon State
  • South Florida
  • UCF
  • Western Kentucky

April 2

  • Indiana
  • Oregon
  • Tulsa

April 7

  • Texas Tech

April 9

  • Ball State
  • Houston
  • UAB