The NFL Draft preparation continues as more Pro Days get underway on Wednesday. Draft prospects are using their on campus workouts as a chance to reinforce their Scouting Combine performance, change impressions after a bad Combine workout, or try to prove they should have been invited to the Combine.
Tuesday's workouts featurd Auburn, Duquesne, James Madison, New Mexico State, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, Sam Houston State, and Tuskegee. The Wednesday schedule is not as busy.
Wedesday Pro Day schedule:
Arkansas's top prospect this year is defensive end Trey Flowers, who is currently projected as a third round pick. Later in the Draft, they could also see linebacker Martrell Spaight and defensive tackle Darius Philon get selected.
Mississippi State will feature the day's top name with defensive end Preston Smith, who could slide into the second round after being one of the top defensive players in the SEC in 2014. Smith will likely have to change positions at the NFL level, however, projecting as a defensive tackle in the NFL. The school features several other player who should be, or could be, drafted, including linebacker Benardrick McKinney, defensive tackle Kaleb Eulls, and cornerback Justin Cox.
Texas A&M's draft prospects should have included a potential first-round pick this year as offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi joins the NFL. After the school talked him into returning for his final year of eligibility, however, the lineman tore his ACL in the team's bowl game in January, which will keep him out of workouts and likely push him into the middle rounds.
Thursday's Pro Days will feature Arkansas-Monticello, Clemson, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Utah State.