2012 NFL Draft: Penn State Football Pro Day Set For March 14

In preparing for the next step in their football careers, a handful of Penn State Football will showcase their skills March 14 during the Nittany Lion Pro Day. The Nittany Lion Pro Day will come after the NFL Combine, which will be held Feb. 22-28 in Indianapolis.

The Pro Day, which is more personal showcase than the combine, will be important for defensive tackle Devon Still, who's projected as an early first-rounder, to heighten his stock and possibly solidify a draft position. However, the Pro Day is even more important for players like defensive end Jack Crawford, projected as a fifth-rounder by NFLDraftScout.com, and corner back D'Anton Lynn, a projected seventh-rounder, to be picked and earn a NFL roster spot.

Other Nittany Lion players to watch for during the Pro Day will be: Derek Moye, Chaz Powell, Nate Stupar and Johnnie Troutman, who NFLDraftScout.com does not project to be drafted.

For more on Penn State, check out Black Shoe Diaries. For more on the Steelers, there's Behind The Steel Curtain. For more on the NFL Draft, check out Mocking The Draft.

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