Cal will hold its annual Pro Day on March 24 at Memorial Stadium

California will hold its annual Pro Day at California Memorial Stadium on March 24, 2017, in an event open to fans.

California had a robust Pro Day in 2016, featuring each of the four Bears who were selected in the 2016 NFL Draft, as well as free agent signees Jordan Rigsbee and Bryce Treggs, who spent time in the NFL this past season. On Friday, March 24, the most recent crop of draft-eligible players will perform in front of NFL scouts in the 2017 edition of Cal's Pro Day.

http://www.scout.com/college/california/story/1755240-three-cal-players-... Most of the event (aside from measurements) will be open to the public, and on-field activities will begin at approximately 10 a.m. During the weight room portion of the event, players will participate in the bench press, broad jump and vertical jump, go through a flexibility test and have their height, weight, hand width, arm length and wing span measured.

Gates will open at 9:30 a.m., and admission will be free. Fans can enter through Gate 2 on the north end of the stadium, and sit in Sections E-H. Front office personnel and scouts from all 32 NFL teams are expected to be in attendance.

Three Bears were selected on Wednesday to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine, from Feb. 28 to March 8: wide receiver Chad Hansen, quarterback Davis Webb and longsnapper Bradley Northnagel.

Those three are expected to participate, along with right tackle Steven Moore, running back Khalfani Muhammad, inside receiver Bug Rivera, safety Khari Vanderbilt, wide receiver Patrick Worstell and defensive end DeVante Wilson. The release did not cite four-year staring left guard Chris Borrayo.

The open portion of the event will include the 40-yard dash, 20- and 60-yard shuttles, 3-cone drill and positional workouts.

The complete list of Pro Day participants has yet to be finalized. In the past, Cal free agents from years past and those participating in other professional leagues have been in attendance.


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