2012 NFL Draft: USC Trojans Pro Day March 7th

The NFL combine runs February 22-28 this year out in Indianapolis, and the ever exciting Pro Day season starts only a few days later on March 1.

The USC Trojans get their Pro Day underway on March 7, and have a boatload of talented guys taking part for scouts form across the NFL. Guys like running back Marc Tyler, fullback/ tight end Rhett Ellison, linebacker Chris Galippo, defensive tackle DaJohn Harris, left tackle Matt Kalil, defensive end Nick Perry, and defensive tackle Christian Tupou have all been invited to the combine. But It's a great place for players like wide receiver Brandon Carswell to show off his stuff:

"I still have that mentality that I'll go in and do the dirty work," Carswell said. "Hopefully I can show off my pass-catching skills too."

Pro Day workouts will be held on campus, complete with the the same athletic drills as the NFL Combine (40-yard dash, bench press, vertical jump etc.), only without the medical testing and personal interviews.

For more on Trojans Pro Day head over to Conquest Chronicles. For more on the NFL Draft, check out Mocking the Draft.

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