It was only a year ago at this time that the University of Kentucky produced an outstanding talent in wide receiver Randall Cobb, and although UK is unlikely to produce such a player this year, there are still talented Wildcats whom NFL personnel men should keep their eye out for in the 2012 draft.
One of those talents is linebacker Danny Trevathan, an undersized yet effective defender who makes plays all over the field. Racking up more than 140 tackles and four interceptions, Trevathan has shown that he can produce at the collegiate level, but the question that NFL scouts are asking is, can he produce at the professional level?
It's certainly possible Trevathan can if the schematic fit is right because he has some talent to offer to teams, such as blitz potential and range, even if there are weaknesses that make him a later-round prospect.
As I always say, not everyone can be a starter, and having role players is OK too.