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2020 NFL draft: Looking ahead at the remaining pre-draft schedule now that the combine is over

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While the 2020 NFL scouting combine is in the books, the pre-draft process as a whole is far from over. The next step on the road to this year’s draft is already ahead, after all: pro days will be kicked off later this week at the University of Kansas.

In order to get a better overview of what lies ahead for the prospects and the New England Patriots alike, we have outlined the schedule and players to watch (schedule via NFL.com; players to watch based on the team’s needs and draft position). Also, make sue to follow our Patriots interview and meetings tracker in case the team gets in touch with any prospects as we are heading into a busy few weeks.

Pro Days

March 5

  • Kansas: OT Hakeem Adeniji

March 6

  • Auburn: DE Nick Coe, DT Marlon Davidson, OT Jack Driscoll, OT Prince Tega Wanogho
  • Bucknell

March 10

  • Oklahoma State
  • Wyoming: LB Logan Wilson

March 11

  • Arkansas: DT McTelvin Agim, TE Cheyenne O’Grady
  • Colorado: QB Steven Montez
  • Oklahoma: DT Neville Gallimore, QB Jalen Hurts, LB Caleb Kelly LB Kenneth Murray
  • Oregon State: WR Isaiah Hodgins, QB Jake Luton, TE Noah Togiai
  • Wisconsin: LB Zack Baun, OG Tyler Biadasz, WR Quintez Cephus, LB Chris Orr

March 12

  • Clemson: OG Gage Cervenka, WR Tee Higgins, SS Tanner Muse, OG John Simpson, SS K’Von Wallace
  • Nebraska: LB Mohamed Barry, DT Carlos Davis, DT Khalil Davis
  • Oregon: TE Jacob Breeland, LB Troy Dye, OC Jake Hanson, OG Shane Lemieux
  • Princeton
  • Southern Illinois: SS Jeremy Chinn
  • Tulsa: DE Trevis Gipson

March 13

  • Georgia Southern
  • Michigan: OG Ben Bredeson, OC Cesar Ruiz, OG Michael Onwenu, WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, DE Joshua Uche
  • Portland State

March 16

  • Arizona State: WR Brandon Aiyuk, RB Eno Benjamin
  • Temple: OC Matt Hennessy
  • Vanderbilt: WR Kalija Lipscomb, TE Jared Pinkney

March 17

  • Arizona: RB J.J. Taylor
  • Fresno State: OG Netane Muti, LB Mykal Walker
  • Missouri: DT Jordan Elliott, TE Albert Okwuegbunam
  • Penn State: LB Cameron Brown, DE Yetur Gross-Matos, WR K.J. Hamler, DT Robert Windsor

March 18

  • Boston College
  • Georgia
  • Illinois State
  • Michigan State: LB Joe Bachie Jr, SS David Dowell, QB Brian Lewerke, DE Kenny Willekes, DT Raequan Williams
  • Pittsburgh

March 19

  • South Carolina: LB T.J. Brunson, WR Bryan Edwards, DT Javon Kinlaw, DE D.J. Wonnum
  • South Carolina State: OT Alex Taylor
  • Stanford: TE Colby Parkinson
  • Western Michigan

March 20

  • Arkansas State
  • California: FS Ashtyn Davis, SS Jaylinn Hawkins, LB Evan Weaver
  • UNC-Charlotte
  • Virginia Tech: TE Dalton Keene

March 23

  • Indiana: WR Nick Westbrook
  • Iowa: DE A.J. Epenesa, QB Nate Stanley
  • Memphis: TE Joey Magnifico
  • North Carolina: FS Myles Dorn, OT Charlie Heck, DT Jason Strawbridge
  • Syracuse: DE Kendall Coleman, DE Alton Robinson

March 24

  • Alabama: SS Shyheim Carter, DT Raekwon Davis, DE Anfernee Jennings, DE Terrell Lewis, FS Xavier McKinney
  • Cincinnati: TE Josiah Deguara
  • Iowa State
  • Texas A&M: WR Quartney Davis, DT Justin Madubuike, WR Kendrick Rogers
  • UCLA: TE Devin Asiasi, RB Joshua Kelley

March 25

  • Baylor: WR Denzel Mims, DT Bravvion Roy
  • Connecticut
  • Dayton: TE Adam Trautman
  • Hawaii
  • Maryland: SS Antoine Brooks Jr.
  • Minnesota: DE Carter Coughlin, WR Tyler Johnson, LB Kamal Martin, FS Antoine Winfield Jr.
  • Mississippi
  • Navy: WR Malcolm Perry
  • North Carolina State
  • Ohio State: FS Jordan Fuller, DT Davon Hamilton, LB Malik Harrison, WR K.J. Hill, OG Jonah Jackson, WR Binjimen Victor
  • Rhode Island: WR Aaron Parker
  • St. John’s
  • USC: WR Michael Pittman Jr, OT Austin Jackson
  • Utah State: K Dominik Eberle, DE Tipa Galea’i, QB Jordan Love, LB David Woodward
  • West Virginia

March 26

  • Louisiana Tech
  • Louisville
  • Mississippi State: SS Brian Cole
  • North Dakota State
  • North Texas
  • Southern Methodist: WR James Proche
  • Tennessee: WR Jauan Jennings, DE Darrell Taylor
  • Central Florida: K Dylan Barnas, WR Gabriel Davis
  • Utah: DE Bradlee Anae, SS Julian Blackmon, DT Leki Fotu
  • Wake Forest: LB Justin Strnad

March 27

  • Appalachian State: LB Akeem Davis-Gaither
  • Florida State
  • Kentucky: OG Logan Stenberg
  • Lenoir-Rhyne: FS Kyle Dugger
  • San Diego State
  • Texas Christian: DT Ross Blacklock, OT Lucas Niang, WR Jalen Reagor, DT Ross BlackloK Jonathan Song

March 30

  • Ball State
  • South Florida: TE Mitchell Wilcox

March 31

  • Florida: DE Jonathan Greenard, WR Van Jefferson, DE Jabari Zuniga
  • Houston: OT Josh Jones
  • Southern Mississippi
  • Washington: TE Hunter Bryant, QB Jacob Eason, WR Aaron Fuller, OG Nick Harris

April 1

  • Florida International: QB James Morgan
  • Louisiana-Lafayette
  • Miami: DE Jonathan Garvin, DE Trevon Hill, LB Shaquille Quarterman
  • Notre Dame: WR Chase Claypool, FS Alohi Gilman, TE Cole Kmet, OG Tommy Kraemer, DE Justin Okwara
  • Texas: WR Devin Duvernay, WR Colin Johnson, SS Brandon Jones
  • Washington State: QB Anthony Gordon

April 2

  • Boise State: OT Ezra Cleveland, DE Curtis Weaver
  • Florida Atlantic
  • Montana
  • Purdue: LB Markus Bailey, TE Brycen Hopkins
  • Tulane

April 3

  • LSU: LB K’Lavon Chaisson, OC Lloyd Cushenberry III, FS Grant Delpit, WR Justin Jefferson, DT Rashard Lawrence, OG Damien Lewis, TE Thaddeus Moss, LB Jacob Phillips, LB Patrick Queen

April 7

  • Liberty: WR Antonio Gandy-Golden

April 8

  • Texas Tech: LB Jordyn Brooks, OC Zach Shackelford
  • Virginia: LB Jordan Mack, WR Joe Reed

Free agency

Wait, what? Don’t underestimate the power of the NFL’s free agency period. The entire roster building process gets shaken up once the market opens on March 18, after all, and talent will move all over the league. From the New England Patriots’ perspective, the fate of players such as quarterback Tom Brady, guard Joe Thuney, linebackers Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins, and safety Devin McCourty could have a big impact on the team’s draft board.

Top-30 visits

Each team is allowed to bring up to 30 players (excluding those from local colleges) into its facility. These meetings are strictly governed by the league and teams, for example, are not allowed to do on-field workouts with prospects coming in. However, the multi-hour meetings give both parties a chance to get to know each other a bit better with the teams being able to interview prospects without the time constraints present at the combine. In order to stay up to date with any potential Top-30 visits in New England, make sure to regularly visit our pre-draft tracker.