Lost in the midst of a terrible 2012 campaign by the Wildcats was a great season by Kentucky guard Larry Warford. The anchor of Kentucky’s offensive line is poised to be the first Kentucky offensive lineman chosen in the NFL Draft since Todd Perry was selected in 1993. Warford accepted a bid to play in the annual Senior Bowl game (January 26th, 3:00 PM, NFL Network), where some of the best prospects in country come to display their talents. According to articles and tweets of the media and scouts in attendance, Warford is absolutely dominating the field. Take a look at what some have said about the big guy:
More dominating practices, a great Senior Bowl game and a convincing combine could solidify Warford status as a second, maybe even first rounder. A lot of NFL teams have issues protecting their quarterback and Warford has the ability to anchor an offensive line for years to come.
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