NFL pro days 2013: Utah, Virginia Tech, NC State workout March 20


Star Lotulelei and Mike Glennon will be among the players participating in school pro days March 20.

Florida A&M, Florida State, Louisville, Richmond, San Diego State and Virginia hosted their pro days on Tuesday, and Wednesday will feature even more in advance of the 2013 NFL Draft.

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Ball State, Baylor, Central Florida, Connecticut, North Carolina State, Ohio, Sacramento State, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky are the 11 schools hosting their pro days on Wednesday.

The most notable player in action on the day will be Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei. He plans to participate in drills at the pro day and is easily the top player in action Wednesday. Some have him ranked as the best player in the draft, while many mocks have him going in the top five selections, primarily to the Jacksonville Jaguars at pick No. 2.

Unfortunately for Lotulelei, he didn't participate in the Scouting Combine after a previously undiagnosed heart condition was discovered during his physical. He remains adamant that he will work out at the pro day, however. Perhaps he can assuage doubts regarding his health and conditioning.

N.C. State quarterback Mike Glennon should receive a significant amount of attention. While the 2013 class is considered weak as far as the quarterbacks are concerned, it also means that each player has a lot to gain from a good performance. Glennon is considered one of the top five draft-worthy quarterbacks this year and could definitely boost his stock with an impressive pro-day showing.

Other players to watch on the day include Baylor wide receiver Terrance Williams, Connecticut cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Utah defensive end Joe Kruger.

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