The road to the 2023 NFL draft continues for former Florida Gators football players, with the program announcing Monday that the annual pro day will be held on March 30, according to the University of Florida’s official website.
Eleven draft-eligible players from the 2022 Florida Gators football roster will participate in this year’s pro day, including projected first-round draft picks quarterback Anthony Richardson and offensive lineman O’Cyrus Torrence. Joining them will be linebacker Amari Burney, linebacker Brenton Cox Jr., defensive tackle Gervon Dexter Sr., safety Trey Dean III, offensive tackle Richard Gouraige, linebacker Ventrell Miller, wide receiver Jordan Pouncey, wide receiver Justin Shorter, and safety Rashad Torrence II.
Florida officially announces its March 30 pro day, where QB Anthony Richardson and ten other draft-eligible #Gators will be expected to take part in drills.
SEC Network will begin airing the event at 10am ET. NFL Network will also provide coverage.
— Zach Goodall (@zach_goodall) March 20, 2023
Pro day events will include official weigh-ins, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, 40-yard dash, 60-yard shuttle, and positional workouts. Among those in attendance will be NFL scouts, coaches, and general managers.
Coverage of pro day will take place from the Condron Family Indoor Practice Facility, with the event broadcast at 10 a.m. EDT on the SEC Network. Former Florida football player and current SEC Network analyst Chris Doering will report live from Gainesville while Peter Burns, Jordan Reid and Matt Stinchcomb will be in-studio.
There will also be coverage on NFL+, the NFL’s streaming app, with the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. reporting live from the indoor practice facility.
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