UK Pro Day Highlights Star Linemen

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Updated: 3/21/2013 7:12 pm
It wasn't a great year for the football Cats last season.

But there are some guys leaving the program who might just have what it takes to make it at the next level.

Todd Perry was the school's last lineman to be drafted back in 1993.

That's 20 years ago.

Larry Warford was an All-SEC selection three years at Kentucky.  Matt smith converted to the O-line after playing defense in high school.

Now both have a chance at making it to the league.  As 27 scouts all watched and critiqued every movement at UK's pro day at Nutter Indoor.

As for how the guys thought they did and breaking the streak of no linemen being taken in the draft recently...both guys are just excited they have a shot at making it to the next level.

More in the video.

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