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PHOTO GALLERY: MU football players perform at Pro Day

Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 5:18 p.m. CDT; updated 10:40 a.m. CDT, Friday, March 18, 2011
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert warms up before starting his throwing drills during Missouri's Pro Day on Thursday at the Dan Devine Pavilion.

On Thursday, all eyes in the football world were on Columbia as Pro Day commenced at Dan Devine Pavilion for Tiger football players. Former MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw for the first time for NFL scouts. Gabbert is projected to be selected in the first round of the NFL draft, and he is currently projected to be the No. 1 quarterback chosen overall.

From left, Jerry Daugherty, Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel, Pinkel's wife Vicki Pinkel and Mary Kay James analyze the scene of Missouri's Pro Day on Thursday at the Dan Devine Pavilion.
Missouri cornerback Carl Gettis finishes a running drill during Missouri's Pro Day on Thursday at the Dan Devine Pavilion.
Media focus on the scenery of events at Missouri's Pro Day on Thursday at the Dan Devine Pavilion.
Agent Mook Williams uses his phone to time football players during running drills at Missouri's Pro Day on Thursday at the Dan Devine Pavilion.

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