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2018 NFL draft: Take a look at the pro day schedule and players for the Patriots to watch

The pre-draft process enters the next round.

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The 2018 NFL combine is over but the pre-draft process if far from. The next round has already begun: college pro days. After Purdue and Georgia State kicked off the action yesterday, Alabama, Colorado and Colorado State will be next up today. The three schools will invite NFL scouts to their premises to let them watch potential draft picks.

The New England Patriots will certainly take a close look today with Alabama and Colorado both having prospects on the roster potentially on the team's radar. Make sure to follow our Patriots interview tracker in case the team will conduct any reported meetings at the upcoming pro days (partially via Bleacher Report):

Georgia State (March 6)

Purdue (March 6): CB Chandon Sullivan

Alabama (March 7): RB Bo Scarborough, DT Da'Ron Payne, DT Da'Shawn Hand, LB Rashaan Evans, CB Tony Brown, S Ronnie Harrison

Colorado (March 7): CB Isaiah Oliver

Colorado State (March 7)

Fordham (March 8): RB Chase Edmonds

Washington State (March 8): QB Luke Falk, DT Hercules Mata'afa

Auburn (March 9): CB Carlton Davis

Washington (March 10)

Richmond (March 13): QB Kyle Lauletta

Vanderbilt (March 13): LB Oren Burks

Wake Forest (March 13): DE Duke Ejiofor

Nebraska (March 14): K Drew Brown

Oklahoma (March 14): TE Mark Andrews, OT Orlando Brown

Virginia Tech (March 14): DT Tim Settle

Oklahoma State (March 15): QB Mason Rudolph

Oregon (March 15)

UCLA (March 15): OT Kolton Miller, DT Kylie Fitts, DE Matt Dickerson

Virginia (March 15): DT Andrew Brown

NC State (March 19): RB RB Nyheim Hines, DE Kentavius Street

Tennessee (March 19)

Toledo (March 19): QB Logan Woodside

Florida State (March 20): OT Rick Leonard

Penn State (March 20): S Troy Apke

South Carolina (March 20)

Texas-San Antonio (March 20)

USC (March 21)

Boston College (March 21): DE Harold Landry

Georgia (March 21): RB Sony Michel

Notre Dame (March 22)

Ohio State (March 22): DE Sam Hubbard, DE Jalyn Holmes

Stanford (March 22): DT Harrison Phillips, CB Quenton Meeks, S Justin Reid

Kentucky (March 23): QB Mike White

Michigan (March 23): DT Maurice Hurst

Missouri (March 23)

Texas Tech (March 23): WR Dylan Cantrell, WR Keke Coutee

Brigham Young (March 25): LB Fred Warner

Arkansas (March 26)

Iowa (March 26): RB Akrum Wadley, LB Josey Jewell, CB Josh Jackson

Iowa State (March 27)

Ole Miss (March 27)

Texas A&M (March 27)

Florida (March 28): DT Taven Bryan

Miami (FL) (March 28): WR Braxton Berrios, RB Mark Walton

Mississippi State (March 28)

Texas (March 28): LB Malik Jefferson

UTEP (March 28)

Utah State (March 28)

Central Florida (March 29): LB Shaquem Griffin, CB Mike Hughes

Louisville (March 29): QB Lamar Jackson, CB Jaire Alexander

South Dakota State (March 30): TE Tyler Goedert

Boise State (April 3): LB Leighton Vander Esch

LSU (April 4): RB, Derrius Guice, RB Darrel Williams, DE Arden Key, CB Donte Jackson

Southern Methodist (April 5): WR Trey Quinn

Memphis (April 6): LB Genard Avery