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NFL pro days 2013: Boise State, Kentucky on display March 21

The pro day circuit continues in advance of the NFL Draft, and scouts will spread across the country at 11 pro days on Thursday.

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Thursday will be a busy day for NFL scouts and prospects as 11 schools across the country will host their pro day events. Stanford and Georgia will be the main attraction for NFL scouts, but a number of the other teams also have intriguing prospects.

Boise State will be the premier pro day thanks to senior cornerback Jamar Taylor. Taylor performed extremely well at the NFL Scouting Combine and could be selected in the second round. The 5'11 cornerback will be the top NFL prospect at BSU's pro day, but he will be joined by a few teammates, including running back D.J. Harper and cornerback Jerrell Gavins.

The 2013 NFL draft is deep with guards, including Larry Warford, who will headline Kentucky's pro day. Warford is considered to be one of the top five guards available in the draft and could be selected in the first three rounds. Other Wildcat prospects expected to be on hand include safety Martavius Neloms, wide receiver La'Rod King, defensive end Collins Ukwu and center Matt Smith.

Other schools holding pro days on Thursday include; Eastern Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), New Mexico State, Old Dominion, Stony Brook, Temple and William & Mary. Of those schools, cornerback B.W. Webb from William & Mary and quarterback Zac Dysert from Miami (Ohio) are the best NFL prospects.

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