The Penn State Nittany Lions, Central Michigan Chippewas and California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans hold pro days on Monday, giving players the chance to show off their skills to NFL scouts and general managers.
Of all the prospects hitting the field, the most watched performance will be offensive tackle Eric Fisher of Central Michigan, who some believe will go first overall in the NFL Draft.
While nobody is expected to go early in the draft from Penn State, some useful players could be nabbed in the middle to late rounds and mostly as undrafted free agents.
The participants in Happy Valley include linebackers Gerald Hodges and Michael Mauti, running back Michael Zordich, defensive ends Jordan Hill, Sean Stanley and Pete Massaro, quarterback Matt McGloin, center Matt Stankiewitch and tackle Mike Farrell.
Finally at CAL U, defensive back Rontez Miles, quarterback Peter Lalich and offensive lineman Eric Kush will be showing their stuff, hoping to catch some eyes. All are expected to be undrafted, with Miles having a chance to be a very late pick.