The Big 12 has named the Air Force Reserve its title partner for Big 12 Pro Day, with the inaugural event to be held in March 2024.
According to a Big 12 press release, the partnership allows Air Force Reserve “strategic integration across the venue and on NFL Network’s broadcast of Pro Day, including full integration into the Big 12’s digital activation strategy.”
Air Force Reserve recruits and enlistees will also receive special access to the first-ever event and will have the opportunity to compete with each other in Pro Day-inspired drills.
“I’m pleased to welcome Air Force Reserve as the first-ever title partner of the inaugural Big 12 Pro Day,” said Commissioner Brett Yormark. “Through this partnership, Air Force Reserve will see in-depth integration across one of our Conference’s most anticipated moments. As we continue to build new events for the Big 12 Conference, partnerships such as this will be crucial to their growth.”
The event will take place at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, and will be the first-ever conference-wide pro day in college football history. This event will give Big 12 athletes the opportunity to showcase their talents in a world-class facility, and in front of numerous NFL scouts and personnel.
Add another innovation and another home run to Commissioner Yormark’s laundry list of successes in his first 13 months on the job.