2011 Pro Days: 3/17 Attendance

Central Michigan C Colin Miller

9:25 PM ET – Tyler Parsons, managing editor of ChippewaCountry.com, reports that the Jaguars and Chiefs showed interest in Central Michigan center Colin Miller at the CMU Pro Day.

Miller is a 6’3, 302 pound center that started all four years for the Chippewas, but is projected to go undrafted in April.

9:10 PM ET – The Ravens and Redskins were the only two teams at the Towson Pro Day on Tuesday.

9:05 PM ET – The Bills, Panthers, Jaguars, Saints, Chargers and Titans were all in attendance for the Appalachian State Pro Day today.

The Jaguars have already shown interest in offensive lineman Daniel Kilgore and defensive back Mark LeGree so their attendance isn’t very surprising. Kilgore and LeGree are both late round prospects.

4:00 PM ET – Josh Buchanan of JBScouting.com reports the Jaguars, Ravens, Seahawks and Dolphins have shown interest in Baldwin-Wallace DE Keith Darbut.

12:50 PM ET – The Browns were the only team to send a scout to the Mount Union Pro Day to watch WR Cecil Shorts III. It’s likely that they only did so due to convenient geography.

While Shorts has a lot of talent, don’t expect to hear his name called in April.

12:45 PM ET – Apparently the Colts and Saints are carpooling through Louisiana. They are the only two teams at the LA Tech Pro Day today and were the only two at the UL – Monroe Pro Day on Wednesday.

12:30 PM ET – The Jaguars have two Louisiana Tech alums on their roster in Josh Scobee and D’Anthony Smith, but don’t expect a third to be added this year. The Colts and the Saints are the only teams that showed up to the Louisiana Tech Pro Day today to watch OT Rob McGill, a late round prospect.

12:20 PM ET – Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune reports offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter is also at the Missouri Pro Day.

12:05 PM ET – A tweet from Pro Football Weekly reports that head coach Jack Del Rio is just one of the high profile NFL personnel in attendance at the Missouri Pro Day.

Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert is considered by many to be the top QB in the draft and is widely considered a top 10 draft pick. Defensive end Aldon Smith is another player that is likely to be drafted in the first round come April.

– A tweet from DraftBreakdown.com listed the teams in attendance at the West Virginia and the Jaguars were absent from the list. Listed were the Giants, Lions, Texans, Rams, Ravens, Packers, Falcons, Patriots, Bills, Vikings, Bears, Cardinals, Chargers, Jets, Saints, Eagles and Bengals.

Notable West Virginia prospects include S Robert Sands, CB Brandon Hogan and RB Noel Devine.