Unless some free agency news comes out of the blue, which has had a way of happening lately, there's very little scheduled on Wednesday in the world of the Green Bay Packers.
Several universities are holding their pro timing days for their prospective NFL players, and the Packers are sure to have representatives at at least several of them.
Perhaps the biggest pro day is at Central Florida where quarterback Blake Bortles will work out, but seeing as the Packers aren't in the market for a quarterback in the first round, they might be paying more attention to the later-round guys on display like running back Storm Johnson and offensive lineman Jordan McCray.
Among the other schools holding their pro day are Virginia Tech, which is notable for having several NFL-caliber defensive players, including cornerbacks Kyle Fuller, Antone Exum and outside linebacker James Gayle, not to mention quarterback Logan Thomas.
Baylor is another interesting location with guard Cyril Richardson, running back Lache Seastrunk, wide receiver Tevin Reese and tight end Jordan Najvar all draft eligible.
Other places holding pro days include California, San Jose State, Utah, Western Kentucky and Lindenwood.
On Wednesday evening, Packers running back DuJuan Harris also hosts his weekly podcast on the BWD Radio station via BlogTalkRadio. The show can be streamed live at 8:00 p.m. CT.
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