The Kansas City Chiefs continue to attend pro days to scout the top players in the country. The Chiefs will attend most of the pro days around going on this year. We know earlier this week they attended pro days for Ole Miss, Minnesota, Northwestern, Eastern Illinois, Auburn, Alabama State and Buffalo.
On Wednesday, the Chiefs attended the pro days for Arkansas, Texas A&M (where Johnny Manziel and Mike Evans did not work out) and Wisconsin.
(H/T @Rbtone2981 for discovering some of these)
The University of Arkansas hosted Pro Day Wednesday afternoon inside Walker Pavilion. Fourteen former Razorbacks competed in front of scouts from all 32 NFL teams.
Scouts sharing times after 3-cone and shuttle. Bench press up next #NFLHOGS pic.twitter.com/fSawVuUocc— Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) March 5, 2014
Every team in the National Football League was represented as multiple members of the Texas A&M football team performed at the 2014 Texas A&M Pro Day presented by Opportune on Wednesday at the McFerrin Athletic Center.
Interacting with their possible future employers were 12 members of the 2013 Texas A&M football team - seniors Nate Askew, Kirby Ennis, Nehemiah Hicks, Toney Hurd Jr., Tramain Jacobs, Steven Jenkins, Travis Labhart, Ben Malena, Jake Matthews and Derel Walker and sophomores Mike Evans and Johnny Manziel.
All 32 NFL teams are represented at Wisconsin's pro day. So there's another one the #Redskins are at.— Emmanual Benton (@Manny_PPI) March 5, 2014