The 2012 NFL Draft is something that everybody is looking forward to, but there are plenty of things that have to get done before any team is ready for the draft. While mock drafts are currently slotting in players over all seven rounds, teams are guaranteed to have a majority of their prospects still up in the air, with a very loose draft board currently assembled. Sometimes the public has a crazy reaction to a performance of a player at the NFL Scouting Combine, and it's true that teams likely won't have a similar knee-jerk reaction, but it all still matters.
After the combine, most schools around the country will host a pro day to showcase their talent. On Monday, the NFL released a list of schools and their dates for their scheduled pro days. It all kicks off on March 1 when Missouri hosts their pro day, an will wrap up on April 6 when McNeese State has their's.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are scheduled to have their pro day on March 9, sharing the day with Purdue, TCU, Troy, Northern Illinois, Montana and Florida International. They're set to showcase talent such as Mike Adams, Michael Brewster, Dan Herron and Devier Posey. For the full list of pro days, go here.