With the NFL season coming to an end and 28 teams already putting their big boards together, plenty of the focus has shifted to the NFL Draft.
And this being a quarterback’s league, scouts, executives, and fans alike were waiting to see when the top-notch QB prospects would hold their Pro Days.
Recently, NFL insider Field Yates reported that Alabama’s Bryce Young and Kentucky’s Will Levis have already set their dates for their Pro Days, on March 23rd and March 24th, respectively.
As NFL teams ready for the Draft, Pro Day dates are being set.
Specific to two of the top QB prospects:
Alabama QB Bryce Young: March 23rd
Kentucky QB Will Levis: March 24th
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 26, 2023
Notably, these are just two of the quarterbacks expected to be taken in the first round, with potential top-two pick C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) and promising prospect Anthony Richardson (Florida) as the other two.
Both Stroud and Richardson have yet to announce the dates for their Pro Days.
The Pro Day could take any player a long way in terms of their draft stock, both for good and bad.
Considering they’re held at their campus, players are supposed to be relaxed and comfortable as they go through a series of individual drills to showcase their skills and talents.
That’s different from the NFL Combine, as the combine focuses more on physical traits and measurable skills, and the players have less time to interact with decision-makers to try and make a case for them as future NFL players.
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