Wide receiver Keenan Allen heads a potentially long list of recent former Cal football players expected to participate March 14 when the Bears stage their annual pro timing day at Memorial Stadium.
The event will draw NFL scouts and portions will be open to the public.
Beginning at 10 a.m., fans can enter the stadium at the north end through Gate 1. Spectators will be directed to seating in the lower area of sections EE, F, FF and G. Fans will not be allowed on the field.
Prospects will be timed in the 40-yard dash, 20- and 60-yard shuttles, and the 3-cone drill before going through positional work. Other measurable drills held earlier in the day will include the bench press, broad jump and vertical jump. The prospects will also have their height, weight, hand width and arm length measured by personnel from NFL teams.
The list of participants has not been finalized, but five players expected to be on hand are Allen, running back C.J. Anderson, cornerback Marc Anthony, offensive lineman Brian Schwenke and cornerback Steve Williams, also have been invited to the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, Feb. 20-26 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Other former Cal players eligible to participate in the pro day include WR Ross Bostock, DB Tyré Ellison, OL Dominic Galas, DB Josh Hill, LB J.P. Hurrell, FB Kameron Krebs, WR Kaulin Krebs, TB Mike Manuel, QB Zach Maynard, LB Robert Mullins, DL Kendrick Payne, OL Tyler Rigsbee, TB Isi Sofele, FB Eric Stevens, OL Matt Summers-Gavin and DL Aaron Tipoti.