2015 NFL Draft: What we learned from Friday's pro days

The NFL Scouting Combine has come and gone, and the calendar flipping over to March means only one thing on the road to the 2015 NFL Draft: pro days. College Football 24/7 will be your one-stop shop for information on workouts from Alabama to Yale and everybody in between.

Here's a look at the key takeaways from Friday's pro-day action.

Arizona State: Strong wows evaluators

Big draw:WR Jaelen Strong
Don't forget:S Damarious Randall
Notable attendees:All 32 teams had a coach or scout at the event.
The skinny:The star of the show was undoubtedly Strong, a potential first-rounder. The wide receiver stood on most of his numbers from the combine but did post solid numbers in the short-shuttle (4.19) and three-cone drill (7.33). Per NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt, Strong caught everything thrown his way. Most of the other Sun Devils stuck with their numbers from the combine as well. OG Jamil Douglas, DE Marcus Hardison and Randall looked sharp in position drills.

Northern Illinois: Brown stands on combine numbers

Big draw:WR Da'Ron Brown
Don't forget:S Chane Durante
Notable attendees: Representatives from 15 NFL teams attended the NIU pro day.
The skinny: Brown was the big draw at the Huskies' pro day, but he only went through drills and did not test, sticking with the numbers he put up at the combine. Brandt reported Brown did have two drops on passes thrown over his head but otherwise caught everything lobbed his way.

Southern Miss: Nunez-Roches shows off for scouts

Big draw:DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches
Don't forget:S Emmanuel Johnson
The skinny:Seven players took to the team's stadium to work out in front of representatives from 16 NFL teams on Friday, per Brandt. Nunez-Roches is probably the only player in the group who has a chance to get drafted. He stood on his combine numbers and performed only in defensive line drills Friday.

Also in action on Friday:Appalachian State, Newberry.

On deck for Monday:Ball State, Grand Valley State, Montana, Northern Arizona.

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