Ball State's annual Pro Day takes place Wednesday and will feature 15 players, nine of whom were former Cardinals.
Professional scouts will watch the days events and host similar drills and workouts to what is seen in the NFL Combine. Six players participating are from surrounding schools whose programs don't host annual Pro Day.
Out of the Ball State participants, four of them have graduated or will graduate this year while five of them have graduated within the past two years. Recent graduates like Anthony Winbush, who participated in this year's NFL Combine, along with defensive lineman Reggie McGee and Kevin Willis will be in attendance along with defensive back David Moore.
Former players like Kevonn Mabon, Aaron Taylor and Jordan Williams-Lamber, who have each worked out with NFL teams in the past, will also be in attendance. The day starts at noon in the weight room in the Fisher Training Complex and will continue with a skills session at 1 p.m. at the indoor turf field in the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.
Full list of participants:
Ball State Participants
Corey Hall (DB) - Ball State, 2017
Tyree Holder (DB) - Ball State, 2017
Kevonn Mabon (WR) - Ball State, 2017
Reggie McGee (DL) - Ball State, 2018
David Moore (DB) - Ball State, 2018
Aaron Taylor (DB) - Ball State, 2017
Jordan Williams-Lambert (WR) - Ball State, 2016
Kevin Willis (DL) - Ball State, 2018
Anthony Winbush (DL) - Ball State, 2018
Deontez Alexander (WR) - Franklin College, 2018
Chase Burton (QB) - Franklin College, 2018
Seth Coate (WR) - St. Francis University, 2017
Nick Ferrer (QB) - St. Francis University, 2018
Dakota Nelson (WR) - Manchester University, 2018
Ruben Holcomb (OL) - University of Indianapolis, 2018