Over the next month we'll be updating you on how draft prospects are faring at most of the main pro day workouts.
Despite a rocky 2017 season, the Seminoles have plenty of draftable talent, led by probably first rounder Derwin James. After an awesome performance at the combine, James opted to just do the three cone drill at his pro day, as did Josh Sweat.
After a disappointing combine, wide receiver Auden Tate did little to improve his chances with a 4.75 40-yard dash. At the other end of the scale, running back Ryan Green ran a 4.32.
After a poor combine, Tavarus McFadden did a full workout and reportedly ran a 4.5 40-yard dash. Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi, who also had a poor combine, was put through his paces by a Jets coach.
Linebacker Matthew Thomas, who had a good combine and tight end Ryan Izzo, who did not, were among other draftable players on hand.
At the combine running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Mike Gesicki stole the show but there was more of a chance for some of Penn State's other prospects to shine at the pro day.
Wideout Daesean Hamilton impressed with a 4.47 40-yard dash and 16 bench press reps and Christian Campbell, who didn't work out at the combine, put some great numbers up across the board, including a 41" vertical and 135" broad jump. His agility numbers were good too, including a 6.77 three cone.
Linebacker Jason Cabinda didn't run the 40 at his combine or pro day, but posted good agility numbers. Safety Marcus Allen ran a 40 in 4.59.
There weren't many numbers leaking out from South Carolina's pro day but Bill Belichick apparently took a lot of personal interest in two prospects - tight end Hayden Hurst and linebacker Skai Moore. Both had mixed results at the combine. Moore, who is good in coverage, worked out as a defensive back as well as doing linebacker drills.
Guard Will Hernandez, who has a chance to go in the first round, impressed scouts in drills. The Jets did not have a representative there, which probably makes sense with no picks between three and 72.
Up next - USC, Boston College, Georgia (March 21st)