Over the next month, we'll be keeping you updated with news and workout numbers from the pro days for most of the top colleges.
Arizona's best prospect is probably safety Dane Cruikshank, but he already put up some great numbers at the combine so he didn't work out.
Offensive linemen Gerhard de Beer and Jacob Alsadek were said to have been satisfied with their performances.
Fort Hays State
Defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd is a fast-rising small-school prospect. Just under half of the NFL was on hand to watch him in defensive drills but he opted to stick with his combine numbers.
Offensive lineman Christian DiLauro probably has the best chance of being drafted, but if he does it will be in the later rounds. He was said to be disappointed with his 25 bench press reps.
Cornerback Jaylen Dunlap was also regarded as a potential late round pick until he tore his ACL. He was unable to participate.
Middle Tennessee State
Wide receiver Richie James is MTSU's star player and he impressed scouts in receiving drills at his pro day, with one scout describing him as "awesome". James opted to stick with his combine numbers which were okay but not great.
Of the players who did work out, defensive back Charvarius Ward stood out, setting multiple personal bests.
Up next - Vanderbilt, Wake Forest (March 13th)