Gators Pro Day Moved Indoors Due to Inclement Weather & Field Conditions

Pro Day Participants
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida’s Pro Day, an annual opportunity for draft-eligible players to display their abilities in front of the NFL scouting community, has been moved into Florida’s Indoor Practice Facility due to inclement weather overnight and the field conditions this morning.
With that, the event is now closed to the public.
Media and families and friends of participants will check-in at the baseball ticket office. Meanwhile, agents will check in near the southeast doors of the Indoor Practice Facility.
Media will enter the facility at the SW entrance and families, friends and agents will enter through the SE entrance.
The setup inside the IPF will be the same as 2018.
NFL personnel and scouts will still check-in at the Gator Room prior to weight room testing.
Fans are encouraged to search #GatorsProDay on social media and check out @FloridaGators and @GatorsFB on Instagram and Twitter all day on Wednesday for various content from the event.
In addition, SEC Network and NFL Network will be on site recording interviews and providing coverage for their respective networks.
Meanwhile, follow Scott Carter (@GatorsScott) for live updates. 
The 17 Gators from UF’s 2018 roster scheduled to take part in Wednesday’s Pro Day are:  
In addition, a few former Gators will

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