Former Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly might be a little lonely during the school's NFL Pro Day.
The record-setting middle linebacker is Boston College's only player who will work out for NFL scouts and front office decision-makers at the school's Pro Day, the NFL announced on Monday. Though not as widely populated by NFL evaluators as the NFL combine, Pro Days are nonetheless considered an important aspect of the Draft process, as scouts travel the country for another chance to measure top prospects.
Boston College will hold its Pro Day on March 21. Kuechly is expected to be selected in the first round regardless of how he performs in the workout, but he could potentially improve his draft stock, especially if he showcases elite athleticism NFL scouts aren't sure he possesses.
As of now, SB Nation's latest 2012 Mock Draft projects Kuechly to be selected No. 23 by the Detroit Lions. He could go considerably closer to the beginning of the first round depending on how the draft shakes out.
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