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2023 Pro Day Tracker: Results, interviews & takeaways

PRO-DAY-TRACKER

With the 2023 NFL Combine in the rearview mirror, the focus now turns towards the next step in the pre-draft process - the pro day circuit.

NFL decision-makers will have another opportunity (in some cases their only one) to see the draft's top players perform on-field drills and learn their official measurements.

Track all the action below, along with prospects that land in Daniel Jeremiah's top 50:

Check out the best photos from the pro day circuit leading up to the 2023 NFL Draft.

March 31

  • Kansas
  • Kansas State - EDGE Felix Anudike-Uzomah (No. 32)
  • South Dakota State
  • Tennessee-Chattanooga

March 30

  • Appalachian State
  • Charlotte
  • Florida - QB Anthony Richardson (No. 10), IOL O'Cyrus Torrence (No. 37)
  • Florida A&M
  • Florida State
  • Fresno State
  • Oklahoma
  • TCU - WR Quentin Johnston (No. 29), IOL Steve Avila (No. 45)
  • Tennessee - OT Darnell Wright (No. 17), WR Jalin Hyatt (No. 36), QB Hendon Hooker (No. 49)

March 29

  • Arkansas
  • LSU - EDGE BJ Ojulari (No. 42)
  • Maryland - CB Deonte Banks (No. 28)
  • North Dakota State - OT Cody Mauch (No. 35)
  • Oklahoma State
  • Mississippi
  • Pittsburgh - DT Calijah Kancey (No. 26)
  • Texas Tech - EDGE Tyree Wilson (No. 4)
  • UCF
  • Wake Forest
  • Washington

March 28

  • East Carolina
  • Louisville
  • Mississippi State - CB Emmanuel Forbes (No. 38)
  • N.C. State
  • Texas A&M
  • Tulsa
  • Vanderbilt
  • Washington State

March 27

  • Arizona State
  • Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Ball State
  • Baylor
  • Boise State
  • Duke
  • Miami
  • North Carolina
  • Southern Miss
  • West Virginia

March 24

  • Boston College - WR Zay Flowers (No. 24)
  • BYU
  • Kentucky - QB Will Levis (No. 12)
  • Notre Dame - TE Michael Mayer (No. 21)
  • Old Dominion
  • Penn State - CB Joey Porter Jr. (No. 15)
  • San Jose State

March 23

  • Alabama - QB Bryce Young (No. 1), EDGE Will Anderson Jr. (No. 2), RB Jahmyr Gibbs (No. 30), CB Brian Branch (No. 31)
  • California
  • Cincinnati
  • Houston
  • Utah - TE Dalton Kincaid (No. 11)
  • Wisconsin - IOL Joe Tippman (No. 33)

March 22

  • Nebraska
  • Ohio State - QB C.J. Stroud (No. 7), OT Paris Johnson Jr. (No. 18), WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba (No. 23)
  • SMU
  • Stanford
  • UAB
  • Virginia

March 21

  • Auburn
  • Iowa State - EDGE Will McDonald IV (No. 25)
  • Liberty
  • Princeton
  • Rutgers
  • Troy
  • USC - WR Jordan Addison (No. 9), Tuli Tuipulotu (No. 46)

March 20

  • Iowa - EDGE Lukas Van Ness (No. 14), TE Sam LaPorta (No. 41), LB Jack Campbell (No. 50)
  • South Alabama
  • Syracuse
  • Virginia Tech

March 17

  • Michigan - DT Mazi Smith (No. 39)

March 16

  • Army
  • Eastern Michigan
  • Georgia Tech - EDGE Keion White (No. 27)
  • Tulane

March 15

  • Air Force
  • Central Michigan
  • Ferris State
  • Georgia - DT Jalen Carter (No. 5), OT Broderick Jones (No. 19), TE Darnell Washington (No. 22), EDGE Nolan Smith (No. 16), CB Kelee Ringo (No. 40)
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan State
  • Minnesota - IOL John Michael Schmitz (No. 47)
  • Minnesota-Duluth
  • UCLA - RB Zach Charbonnet (No. 48)

March 14

  • Clemson - EDGE Myles Murphy (No. 20), DT Bryan Bresee (No. 34), LB Trenton Simpson (No. 44)
  • Northwestern - OT Peter Skoronski (No. 8)
  • Oregon - CB Christian Gonzalez (No. 13)

March 13

  • Coastal Carolina
  • Oregon State - TE Luke Musgrave (No. 43)
  • South Carolina

March 10

  • Illinois - CB Devon Witherspoon (No. 6)
  • Rice

March 9

  • Purdue
  • Texas - RB Bijan Robinson (No. 3)

NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah updated his ranking of the top 50 prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft.