UF Pro Day moved indoors, closed to public

UF Pro Day
Scene from last year's pro day

Special to Gatorsports.com

Florida’s Pro Day, the annual opportunity for draft-eligible players to display their abilities in front of the NFL scouting community, has been moved into Florida’s Indoor Practice Facility due to inclement weather overnight and the field conditions this morning. The event is now closed to the public.

In addition, SEC Network and NFL Network will be on site recording interviews and providing coverage for their respective networks.

The 17 Gators from UF’s 2018 roster scheduled to take part in Wednesday’s Pro Day are:

DL Khairi Clark

LS Ryan Farr

DB Chauncey Gardner-Johnson

OL Kavaris Harkless

OL Martez Ivey

DL Cece Jefferson

OL Fred Johnson

OL Tyler Jordan

LB Vosean Joseph

TE C’yontai Lewis

WR Dre Massey

DL Jachai Polite

TE R.J. Raymond

RB Jordan Scarlett

TE Moral Stephens

OL Jawaan Taylor

OL Nick Villano

In addition, a few former Gators will participate in Pro Day activities as well.

Spring Football – Open Practice:

Gators Nation is reminded that today will be their fourth and final time to view the 2019 team practice prior to the Orange & Blue Game on April 13th.

Practice this afternoon will be held at the Sanders Practice Fields from 4:55 – 7:10 p.m.