(STATS) - With the end of the NFL Scouting Combine, many of the next evaluations leading up to the April 28-30 draft in Chicago will come from the pro days that are spread out over five weeks at college campuses across the nation.

At the pro days, schools stage a mini version of the combine, giving NFL teams a further look at prospects being put through measurements and a series of drills.

Beginning with Northern Arizona on Thursday, there are 36 FCS schools that are part of the pro day schedule announced by the NFL.

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Pro Day Schedule

Subject to Change

March 3: Northern Arizona and Vanderbilt

March 4: Alabama State, Arizona State, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Nebraska and Troy

March 7: Auburn, Minnesota and Prairie View A&M

March 8: Connecticut, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, Northwestern, Oklahoma State and West Georgia

March 9: Alabama, Buffalo, Central Oklahoma, Marshall, Monmouth, Oklahoma, Rutgers and Wisconsin

March 10: Clemson, Fordham, Furman, Harvard, Illinois, Miami (Ohio), Mississippi State and Tulsa

March 11: Georgia State, Ohio State, Oregon State and West Alabama

March 14: Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Sacramento State, Southern, Toledo and Wake Forest

March 15: Charlotte, Grand Valley State, Northwestern State, Ouachita Baptist, Richmond, UCLA, Virginia and Youngstown State

March 16: Arkansas, Boston College, Fresno State, Georgia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Michigan State, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh and Temple

March 17: Central Arkansas, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kennesaw State, San Diego State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stanford and William & Mary

March 18: Akron, California, Georgia Tech, Kent State and Navy

March 21: Louisiana-Monroe, North Carolina State and South Florida

March 22: Angelo State, Azusa Pacific, Florida, Grambling State, Iowa State, Montana State, Pittsburg State and Texas State

March 23: Alcorn State, Liberty, North Carolina Central, Ohio, Purdue, Syracuse, Texas, USC, Valdosta State and Weber State

March 24: Arizona, Ball State, Cal Poly, Houston, Lamar, Massachusetts, Missouri Western State, North Dakota State, Rice, Southern Miss and Utah

March 28: UC Davis, Ole Miss and South Alabama

March 29: Western Kentucky

March 30: Indiana, Maryland, Miami (Fla.), SMU, Southern Utah and Tennessee

March 31: Appalachian State, Boise State, Florida Atlantic, Florida Tech, Middle Tennessee, Notre Dame, The Citadel and Yale

April 1: Coastal Carolina, Eastern Washington, Jacksonville and Villanova

April 2: Dartmouth

April 4: Arkansas State and West Virginia

April 6: Georgia Southern