Big Ten Network To Broadcast Penn State Football’s Pro Day

Are you itching to watch some of your favorite Nittany Lions show off their vertical leaps and 40-yard dashes? You’re in luck.

The Big Ten Network will broadcast Penn State’s 2021 Pro Day on Thursday, March 25, at Holuba Hall. Live coverage of the two-hour event will kick off at 11 a.m.

Six former Penn State football stars — tight end Pat Freiermuth, offensive linemen Will Fries and Michal Menet, defensive ends Jayson Oweh and Shaka Toney, and linebacker Micah Parsons — earned official invitations to the virtual 2021 NFL Combine. They’ll join safety Lamont Wade and offensive lineman Steven Gonzalez at Penn State’s Pro Day.

Although this year’s full NFL Combine will be held remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, Penn State’s Pro Day still presents an opportunity for Nittany Lions to flash their skills in front of next-level scouts. Representatives from NFL teams will surely be on hand to evaluate Penn State’s top prospects.

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Matt DiSanto

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