The best photos from this week's pro day workouts.
1. BAYLOR: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18
Who to watch: Quarterback Bryce Petty was impressive at the NFL Scouting Combine in April, but still has some ground to gain if he wants to be among the top three quarterbacks selected in this year's draft. Petty is currently the fifth-ranked quarterback in this year's draft class, per CBS Sports, behind Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Brett Hundley and Garrett Grayson.
Also keep an eye on:LB Bryce Hager, WR Antwan Goodley, WR Levi Norwood.
- GEORGIA: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 Who to watch: Todd Gurley might be the best running back in this year's draft class. Had he not torn his ACL back in November, there probably wouldn't be any question. Regardless, Gurley is expected to be a first-round pick. He didn't run at the combine at all and may not participate during Georgia's pro day on Wednesday.
Also keep an eye on: LB Ramik Wilson, WR Chris Conley, DE Ray Drew, CB Damian Swann, LB Amarlo Herrera.
- BOISE STATE: **WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18
Who to watch:** Jay Ajayi is one of the best running backs in this year's draft class and has the potential to be a first-round pick. He ran a 4.57-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, the 10th-fastest time among running backs, and finished near the bottom in the bench press, so he may repeat some of those drills during his pro day.
Also keep an eye on: WR Matt Miller, QB Grant Hedrick, S Jeremy Iaone, CB Bryan Douglas.
4. MICHIGAN STATE:WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18
Who to watch:It's safe to say that cornerback Trae Waynes probably won't run another 40-yard dash at his pro day on Wednesday. He ran a 4.31 at the NFL Scouting Combine, the fastest of any corner and second-fastest of any player participating. Waynes' Combine performance led analysts to believe he could be the first cornerback off the board. A great pro day could cement his status.
*Also keep an eye on:RB Jeremy Langford, WR Tony Lippett, S Kurtis Drummond, LB Taiwan Jones, P Mike Sadler.* **
5. STANFORD: THURSDAY, MARCH 19
Who to watch:**
ESPN's Todd McShay believes Andrus Peat is a potential first-round pick and could be the best offensive tackle in this year's draft. "I think Andrus Peat and [Iowa's] Brandon Scherff are the two best offensive tackles/ offensive linemen in this draft, and those are the only two I would consider in the top 10," McShay said. Peat performed well at the Combine while Scherff left early with an injury.
Also keep an eye on:
CB Alex Carter, DE Henry Anderson, WR Ty Montgomery, S Jordan Richards, LB James Vaughters.