Florida State is the latest football program to cancel its pro day for NFL scouts.
"In accordance with recent Florida State University and ACC guidance regarding athletically-related activities and visitors to campus, Florida State football's Pro Day, originally scheduled for March 23, has been canceled," the school said in a release.
On Thursday, Michigan and Penn State canceled their pro days due to concerns over the coronavirus. Michigan's pro day was scheduled for Friday, while Penn State's was set for March 17.
The cancellations are due to many NFL teams stopping their scouts from traveling and team facilities being shut down.
Other schools that have canceled pro days reportedly include Notre Dame, Southern California, Ole Miss and Illinois. Alabama's pro day reportedly has been postponed until April 9, although the school has yet to confirm that.
Georgia Southern's pro day went on as scheduled on Friday while four other schools (Portland State, Valdosta State, Rutgers and Pittsburg State) postponed or canceled theirs.
As of Friday, Arizona State, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Sacramento State were among the schools still planning to hold pro days on Monday, while Vanderbilt, Temple, Delaware, Hampton, Old Dominion and William & Mary either had canceled or postponed their events.
--Field Level Media