Virginia edge-rusher Eli Harold performed at the Cavaliers' pro day Tuesday. (NFL.com)

Virginia edge-rusher Eli Harold performed at the Cavaliers’ pro day Tuesday. (NFL.com)

The New England Patriots, as well as representatives from the 31 other NFL teams, were on hand for the University of Virginia pro day Tuesday, the Cavaliers’ football program announced.

The likes of outside linebackers Eli Harold and Max Valles and running back Kevin Parks headlined the participants. Each of whom could present some level of positional interest for the Patriots heading into the 2015 draft.

Harold, a 4-3 defensive end and 3-4 outside linebacker, reportedly had a formal interview with New England at the NFL Scouting Combine in February. He is projected as a first- or second-round pick, while Valles, a redshirt sophomore edge-rusher, was also invited to Indianapolis and is projected as a late-round selection.

Parks is cast as potential third-day draft choice.

Safety Anthony Harris, who is a potential mid-round draft choice, did not participate in drills as he is rehabbing an injured shoulder, per Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

In addition to checking in at the Virginia pro day, members of the Patriots’ organization were also in Minnesota for the Gophers’ pro day Tuesday morning.