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Colorado Football has moved the 2024 Pro Day to March 19, per an announcement on Tuesday. 

The event was originally scheduled five days earlier on March 14th, but was postponed due to an impending winter storm. Heavy snow is expected in the Boulder area with up to 18 inches expected going into early Thursday. Wind gusts as high as 35 mph will make travel difficult.

It's unclear how this will alter the number of NFL scouts who are able to attend. The move puts Colorado against Toledo and Wyoming as the only other schools holding a Pro Day next Tuesday. There will be a total of ten former Buffs participating in drills. Blake Stenstrom is the only player who left CU out of the group. He started playing for Princeton in 2020 and earned All-Ivy League honors two years ago.

The rest of the players are from Coach Prime's initial wave in the transfer portal last year. Tajih Alston put together a good career between West Virginia and Colorado. The defensive end added to his totals by racking up five tackles for a loss and 2.5 sacks this year. 

Jordan Domineck split time between Georgia Tech, Arkansas, and Colorado. He was one of the players that Deion Sanders wished he could have for an additional year. The linebacker recorded 187 total tackles (39 for loss), 21.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries, four quarterback hurries, and five pass breakups. Alston and Domineck are joined by fellow defenders Derrick McLendon, Juwan Mitchell, Leonard Payne Jr., Rodrick Ward and Noah Young.

As for the offense, Javon Antonio and Kavosiey Smoke will give it a whirl in front of NFL evaluators. They're two of the most underrated CU prospects out of this year's group. Antonio broke onto the scene against Arizona State with five receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown. His 43-yard catch from Shedeur Sanders set up the game-winning field goal.

Smoke has been outspoken about how his time wrapped up in Boulder. However, the Kentucky transfer is ready to show what he's worth and turn some heads. He played in ten games for Colorado, mostly on special teams. 

The move due to weather will also free up Coach Prime to be in attendance. He would've been in the midst of his book tour this week and was unlikely to make a quick trip back to Boulder between stops in New Jersey and Atlanta.