Gators Lock In Pro Day Participants

The Florida Gators will hold their Pro Day on Wednesday, and 16 draft-eligible guys from the 2020 roster will have the opportunity to showcase their abilities in front of NFL eyes.

Tight end Kyle Pitts, who is considered a top-five prospect in the draft and even the No. 2 player according to NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah, is expected to take the show.

"The 6-foot-6, 246-pound tight end is expected to end up as one of the most athletic players at his position in history by tests conducted in the pre-draft process, including the 40-yard dash, broad and vertical jumps, and other agility drills," reports.

The event will be highlighted by quarterback Kyle Trask, wide receivers Kadarius Toney and Trevon Grimes, safeties Shawn Davis, Brad Stewart Jr. and Donovan Stiner.

Offensive tackle Stone Forsythe, interior lineman Brett Heggie, kicker Evan McPherson, defensive tackles Kyree Campbell, T.J. Slaton and Marlon Dunlap Jr., cornerback Marco Wilson, defensive back Nick Oelrich, and long snapper Brett DioGuardi are among the members of Florida's 2020 roster that will attend the event, per UF.

Former Florida offensive tackle Martez Ivey, defensive tackle Adam Shuler, and tight end Kalif Jackson will also participate in this year's Pro Day, the school said.

Ivey left after the 2018 season, Shuler concluded in the 2019 season, and Jackson ended in the 2017 season, reports.

Gators expected to participate in this year's Pro Day

Coverage of the event starts at 11 a.m. ET on SEC Network as part of a four hour segment, the athletics department said.

Pro Day events will include weight room weigh-ins, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump as well as the 40-yard dash, 60-yard shuttle and position workouts.

2021 Pro Day Schedule

In addition to SEC Network coverage, fans can also tune in to and the team's social media platforms for coverage of UF's NFL prospects as the draft approaches

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