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2014 pro day schedule: Workout dates announced for top draft picks

The dates for 2014 NFL Draft prospects to perform in front of scouts at their home schools have been announced.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2014 NFL Combine in the books, teams now turn their attention to the college pro day workouts. For many prospects, this is their last chance to make a good impression on scouts. It's also an opportunity for teams to get a look at the quarterbacks up close. Most of the top quarterback prospects this year opted to wait until their pro days to throw, preferring to work in a controlled environment with their college teammates. Scouts will have to wait a little longer to see Johnny Manziel, as he scheduled a private workout and won't be throwing at Texas A&M's pro day.

Schools hold their pro days all throughout March and April, giving draft fans a few more morsels of information before the main event at Radio City Music Hall on May 8. Here's the complete schedule, along with notable prospects working out:

Date Schools Notable prospects
March 3 Concordia (Minn.), Minnesota, Ole Miss, Ouchita Baptist, Pittsburgh, Tuskegee Ra'Shede Hageman, Aaron Donald
March 4 Alabama State, Auburn, Buffalo, Eastern Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue, Slippery Rock, SMU Khalil Mack, Greg Robinson, Dee Ford, Tre Mason
March 5 Arkansas, Central Michigan, Fordham, Miami (Ohio), Mississippi State, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona, Texas A&M, Wisconsin Johnny Manziel, Jake Matthews, Mike Evans, Jarred Abrederis, Chris Borland
March 6 Alcorn State, Arizona, Cincinnati, Clemson, Furman, Illinois, Jackson State, Missouri, Nebraska, TCU Ka'deem Carey, Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins, Kony Ealy, Michael Sam, Jason Verrett
March 7 Arizona State, Arkansas State, Northern Illinois, Ohio State, Prairie View A&M, Pittsburg State (Kan.), Savannah State, South Alabama, Southern Miss, Wofford Ryan Shazier, Bradley Roby
March 10 Brown, Grand Valley State, Louisiana Tech, Northern Colorado, San Diego, South Florida, Toledo, Troy, Urbana, Villanova Aaron Lynch
March 11 Bryant, Connecticut, Iowa State, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, Michigan State, Monmouth (NJ), Temple, Toledo, Tulsa, UCLA, Whittier Anthony Barr, Xavier Su'a-Filo, Yawin Smallwood, Luke Lucas, Max Bullough, Darqueze Dennard
March 12 Alabama, Boston College, Colorado, Colorado State, Eastern Washington, Marshall, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota State, Oklahoma, Rutgers, South Dakota, USC C.J. Mosley, Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix, Cyrus Kouandjio, Andre Williams, Taylor Lewan, Marqise Lee
March 13 Emporia State, Hawaii, Idaho, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Princeton, Samford, South Dakota, UNLV, Washington State, Western Michigan, Wyoming Justin Gilbert, De'Anthony Thomas, Colt Lyerla, Deone Bucannon
March 14 BYU, Cal Poly, Eastern Kentucky, Kansas, Kentucky, North Alabama, Oregon State, Texas Tech, Tulsa, West Texas A&M Kyle Van Noy, Brandin Cooks, Jace Amaro
March 17 Appalachian State, Boise State, Florida, Houston, Lane College, Louisville, Memphis, Rice, Valdosta State, Virginia, Wake Forest Dominique Easley, Teddy Bridgewater
March 18 California, Delaware, Florida State, Montana, Murray State, North Carolina-Charlotte, Old Dominion, Pittsburg State, Sam Houston State, Southern Illinois, Tarleton State, UC Davis, William & Mary Timmy Jernigan, Kelvin Benjamin, Christian Jones
March 19 Baylor, California, Central Florida, Lindenwood, Missouri State, San Jose State, Utah, Virginia Tech, Western Kentucky, Youngstown State Lache Seastrunk, Tevin Reese, Blake Bortles, David Fales, Logan Thomas
March 20 Bethune-Cookman, California (PA), Fresno State, Hawaii, Heidelberg, Kent State, Middle Tennessee State, Missouri, Notre Dame, San Diego State, Stanford, Tennessee State Derek Carr, Dri Archer, Louis Nix, Troy Niklas, Zack Martin, David Yankey
March 21 Akron, Austin Peay, Missouri Western, Northwest Missouri State, Stony Brook, Vanderbilt, West Virginia Jordan Matthews
March 24 Iowa, Maine, Midwestern State, N.C. State C.J. Fedorowicz
March 25 Incarnate Word, Iowa State, Massachusetts, North Carolina, North Carolina A&T, Texas-San Antonio Kareem Martin, Eric Ebron
March 26 Duke, Indiana, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisana-Monroe, McNeese State, Syracuse, Texas, Texas State Anthony Fera
March 27 Ball State, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Louisiana Tech, Northern Iowa, Yale Willie Snead
March 28 Georgia State, Georgia Tech, SMU Jeremiah Attaochu
March 31 Colorado State-Pueblo, Texas A&M-Kingsville Robert Armstrong
April 1 Chattanooga, Jacksonville, Utah State Tyler Larsen
April 2 Carson Newman, North Texas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington Jadeveon Clowney, Connor Shaw, Antonio Richardson, Bishop Sankey, Austin Seferian-Jenkins
April 3 Florida International, Miami Stephen Morris, Seantrel Henderson
April 4 Florida Atlantic Keith Reaser
April 7 Louisiana-Lafayette, McNeese State, Morgan State, Towson Nic Jacobs, Terrance West
April 8 Maryland, Penn State Allen Robinson, DaQuan Jones
April 9 LSU, Southern Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Zach Mettenberger
April 10 Bloomsburg, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana Larry Webster, Matt Feiler, Todd Washington
April 11 Tulane Ryan Grant
April 15 Dixie State
April 16 Georgia Arthur Lynch, Aaron Murray
April 19 Virginia Tech