UK Football: Special Freshman Receiver

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Updated: 8/20/2012 3:29 pm
The UK football team could see more than a few freshmen make it to the playing field this season.

One of the positions where a freshman could make an immediate impact, wide receiver.

La'Rod King, E.J. Fields and Demarco Robinson are all in starting roles according to many.

But what's behind the experience?  Guys like Gene McCaskill and Aaron Boyd have certainly made their presence felt this fall, but a pair of freshmen are also in the mix.

Demarcus Sweat, in particular, looks like a guy ready to make big-time noise.

Check out the video for more on the freshman phenom.
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