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Chomping at Bits: Former Gators to participate in Florida's Pro Day

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NFL scouts are in Gainesville today for Florida's Pro Day.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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Today is Florida's Pro Day: Former Florida players will take part in today's Pro Day with NFL scouts in attendance. The event will air on the SEC Network from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Daniel Apple, Florida GatorsAnthony Chiang, Palm Beach Post)

Jim McElwain pushing for facility upgrades: UF will evaluate pricing, renderings, and ideas for facility improvements from architectural firms. Dormitories will also be getting another update this summer. McElwain notes his desire for improvements to be made to the locker rooms, training rooms, and meeting rooms. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando SentinelThomas Goldkamp, 247 SportsRobbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Notes and videos from Monday's open practice: After a successful scrimmage on Saturday, which McElwain called the Gators' best practice of spring, Florida returned to the practice field yesterday. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Doug Nussmeier chose to stay at "special place" Florida: The Gators' offensive coordinator was a leading candidate for the Southern Mississippi head coaching position but chose to stay with the Gators to help reshape Florida's offense. (Jordan McPherson, Orlando Sentinel; Matt Baker, Tampa Bay TimesZach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Florida faces George Washington in Wednesday's NIT quarterfinals: A win would advance the Gators to the NIT semifinals on March 29th at Madison Square Garden. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Gators' pitching ranks among best in nation: The No. 1 Florida baseball team's pitching staff has been dominant through 22 games, ranking No. 1 nationally in strikeouts. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

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