<p> Pro days will be inconsequential for the majority of draft prospects, because many already have put their workout hay in the barn. But a good number of prospects still have something to prove. Here are the players who scouts say have the most to gain at their upcoming pro days.
Keenan Allen, Cal WR—The order of the top wide receivers still is somewhat in flux, and Allen could move up into the top half of the first round with a flashy workout. He couldn’t work out at the combine after tweaking a knee injury.
Matt Barkley, Southern Cal QB—There are many questions about his arm strength. Barkley, who has been building strength in his throwing shoulder after an injury, can answer those questions at USC on March 27. He missed the combine workouts, but still has a chance to be the first overall quarterback taken.
Jonathan Cyprian, Florida International S—He had a nice vertical jump of 38