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Here are this year's results:

Southern Methodist

SOUTHERN METHODIST: MARCH 1

One thing that's different than past years is the league now allows players to attend any Pro Day in a state where they live or go to school, provided the college where the Pro Day is held approves. Thus, at SMU, we had players from Colorado State, S.W. Oklahoma, Texas A&M Commerce and Texas College. Thanks to Schoen, Highsmith and Hall, SMU's Pro Day started on time and there were nine scouts in all. It was held at a great facility to run in and the temperature was 85 degrees. The players all ran on fast FieldTurf.

Player Position Gil's comments

Rolando Humphrey DB Humphrey (5-9, 170), ran his 40s in 4.35 with wind and 4.45 against the wind. He benched 12 times, had a 37-inch vertical jump, 10-foot long jump, 10-yard time was 1.41, and 20-yard time was 2.50. He completed the short shuttle in 4.16.

Alvin Nnabuife DB Nnabuife (6-0 1/8 210) ran his 40s in 4.59 with wind and 4.65 against the wind. He did not do the bench. Nnabuife had a 40½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-4 long jump, and ran 10 yards in 1.56 and 20 yards in 2.26.

Pro Day calendar

Dates and schools subject to change

March 1

Central Florida, SMU

March 2

Ball State, Boise State, Florida Atlantic, Linfield College, Maine, Missouri, Northwestern, Toledo

March 3

Florida International, Louisiana-Lafayette, North Dakota State, SE Louisiana, Sam Houston State, South Dakota State

March 4

Texas A&M

March 6

Minnesota, Montana, Northwest Missouri State, Richmond, Utah

March 7

Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Nebraska-Omaha, Troy, Utah State, Valdosta State

March 8

BYU, Florida, Lane, Nebraska, Nevada-Las Vegas, Notre Dame

March 9

Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Clemson, Fordham, Iowa State, Louisiana-Monroe, Ohio State, Texas Tech, Weber State, Wyoming

March 10

Arizona State, Cincinnati, Grambling State, Kent State, Purdue, South Florida, Wofford

March 11

Abilene Christian, Nicholls State, San Diego State

March 13

Alabama State, Arkansas State, Cal-Davis, Fresno State, Furman, Kansas State

March 14

Bowie State, Brown, Jacksonville State, Massachusetts, Pittsburg State (Kan.), Shippensburg (Pa.), Towson, Troy, Tulane, Tuskegee

March 15

Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Bethune-Cookman, BYU, Central Michigan, Home Depot Center (Carson, Calif.), Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, Northwood (Mich.), Oregon State, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.), South Carolina, Southern, Stanford, Temple, Tennessee, Western Carolina

March 16

Appalachian State, Catawba, Central Missouri, Clark, Florida A&M, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Massachusetts, Penn State, Western Kentucky

March 17

Colorado, Lambuth, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Portland State, Princeton, Vanderbilt, Villanova, West Georgia

March 18

Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Windsor

March 20

Cumberland (Tenn.), Harvard, Iowa, South Carolina State, Southern Mississippi, William & Mary

March 21

Monmouth, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia

March 22

Fort Valley State, Howard, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas State

March 23

Auburn, Duke, Miami (Ohio), North Carolina Central, Notre Dame, Shippensburg (Pa.)

March 24

Colorado State, Georgia Southern, Hofstra, Indiana State, Lambuth, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, Northwestern State (La.), Portland State

March 27

Houston, Rice

March 28

Jacksonville State, Utah State

March 29

Arizona State, Central Florida, Tennessee, Utah

March 30

Carson-Newman, Stephen F. Austin

March 31

Louisiana Tech, Purdue

April 2

Southern California (Weight-lifting portion will be at Heritage Hall; 40-yard dash and on-field testing will take place at Cromwell Track & Field, which is adjacent to Heritage Hall. Junior Day also will be held this day.)

JUNIOR DAYS

Besides draft-eligible players, most schools also will allow players who will be seniors during the 2006 season to participate on their Pro Days. But some schools also schedule Junior Days -- workouts that feature only players who will be draft eligible in 2007.

Alabama A&M -- April 5

Arkansas -- May 2

Boise State -- May 3

BYU -- June 16

Central Michigan -- March 1

Colorado State -- May 3

Fort Valley State -- April 12

Georgia Tech -- March 17

Indiana -- March 9

Iowa -- May 5

Memphis -- April 18

Montana -- May 4

New Mexico -- May 4

North Carolina -- March 2

North Dakota -- May 4

Oregon State -- April 4

Purdue -- March 22

Southern Illinois -- April 26

Troy -- April 21

 
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Can someone please explain how host teams are able to "set things up" so that home town boys might time better than just doing it at the combine? In other words, why not standardize the combine and make it mandatory and leave out Pro Days? Why do these exist?

 
the limitted number of players make it so that it's more personal. The Jags(scout linked article) had 3 different scouts interview Thomas Howard. To be quick, they can sit down and talk. At the combine it's more press conference like.

The times can be more favorable because like in St. Louis "the fastest show on turf" so there are more favorable surfaces(less too for that matter). They're familiar, comfy, and confident. The meat market that is the combine can make anyone nervous.

My understanding is that scouts prefer to see them when they're nervous in the spotlight like at the combine but if that's not a choice then....Sometimes pro days are 2nd chance, doublecheck, reaffirmation etc.

 
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***Without Starting a New Thread***

Can someone please explain how host teams are able to "set things up" so that home town boys might time better than just doing it at the combine? In other words, why not standardize the combine and make it mandatory and leave out Pro Days? Why do these exist?
Not all draft eligible players are invited to the combine.
 
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see the link it's a real long page with lots of info now.

Anyone do so well they caught your eye?

 
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