Michigan cancels Pro Day amidst developments surrounding Coronavirus
Michigan officially canceled its Pro Day that was scheduled for Friday, March 13 in a release put out Thursday.
According to the release, the cancellation is related to the developments surrounding the spread and concerns of COVID-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus. As of now, there was no mention of a potential rescheduling of the event.
Michigan Football is cancelling tomorrow's Pro Day. pic.twitter.com/kPa2aU21OM
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) March 12, 2020
According to Aaron McMann with MLive.com, there were 13 players expected to take part in the Pro Day. That included Jordan Glasgow and Michael Danna, players who were not invited to the NFL Combine.
As it currently stands, the 2020 NFL Draft is scheduled for April 23-25 in Las Vegas. With that timetable, there may or may not be enough time to reschedule the event once the virus has run its course.
For now, this group of Wolverines will have to hope they put enough tape out with their play on the field to show NFL teams what they are capable of at the next level.