We are past the all-star game circuit and NFL combine, and prospects are entering the final portion of the postseason draft process with pro days and private workout sessions. Pro days generally are a minor piece of the puzzle in the evaluation process, and they are often scripted to showcase prospects' skill sets. However, there are a few exceptions to that rule.
Below is a look at five pro days over the next month and a half that could have a significant impact on a prospect's draft position.
1. Missouri DE/OLB Shane Ray | Date: March 19