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Florida State Pro Day Updates & Schedule: Coverage on ESPN, NFL Network

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Stick with Tomahawk Nation and your TV set for updates on pro day as FSU tries to get 12 players drafted.

Florida State hosts its Pro Day for NFL scouts Tuesday. Athletes will arrive at 8:30 and have their height, weight, arm length, hand size, and sitting reach measurements taken. At 10 a.m., they will proceed to the indoor practice facility. At that time, media will be herded into a designated area where they may or may not be able to observe drills. Access is quite limited because more than 100 credentialed media will be on scene.

At 10:00 am, Scout Tests begin. OL/DL/TE/LB  will do the Vertical Jump while RB/DB/WR/QB/SP will do the Broad Jump. The groups will flip once they finish. Between 10:30 and 11 players will run the 40-yard dash. At 11, they will do the pro agility shuttle and three-cone drill. At 11:20, players will do the bench press. Then position drills occur.

Tomahawk Nation will have Dustin Tackett on scene, and Andrew Miller and others here updating you.

Updates will appear in the comment section.

11:45a-12:00p DBs
12:00p-12:15p LBs
12:15p-12:30p OL
12:30p-12:45p DL
12:45p- 2:00p QB, WR, TE & RB

ESPN and NFL Network will also have coverage throughout the day at times.

Players participating

Florida State will have about 20 players participating. Here are the 12 with a realistic chance to be drafted. Fan favorite Lonnie Pryor will also be there trying to get back with a team.

3 Ronald Darby CB
15 Mario Edwards Jr. DE
75 Cameron Erving OL
90 Eddie Goldman DT
80 Rashad Greene WR
51 Bobby Hart OL
54 Tre' Jackson OL
70 Josue Matias OL
35 Nick O'Leary TE
9 Karlos Williams RB
26 P.J. Williams CB
5 Jameis Winston QB

The Bucs will bring GM Jason Licht, Dir Player Personnel Jon Robinson, Dir College Scouting Mike Biehl and scout Byron Kiefer. Scouts from all 32 NFL teams are expected as FSU tries to put 30 players in the draft in three years, which would be a record.