NFL Draft 2012: Texas Longhorns Hold Pro Day On Tuesday

The 2012 NFL Draft is fast approaching, with scouts and evaluators trying to solidify the prospects that each pro team will be targeting to join their ranks for the coming season.

As a final lead-up to the draft, many schools hold a "Pro Day" that allows NFL evaluators to get one final, first-hand look at top prospects. In addition, this affords an opportunity to impress for players who may not have been invited to the 2012 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

Wescott Eberts over at Burnt Orange Nation has a preview up for the Texas Longhorns Pro Day, which will be held on Tuesday. Texas linebackers Keenan Robinson and Emmanuel Acho, as well as defensive tackle Kheeston Randall are some of the players who are likely to secure a good spot in the draft. The Pro Day offers one last chance to significantly raise their stock.

It's well worth clicking through to the full preview to take a look at which under-the-radar players may have a good chance to break out and shine on Tuesday.

For all news and information regarding the Texas Longhorns, please visit Burnt Orange Nation or Barking Carnival. For lots more on the 2012 NFL Draft, head on over to Mocking the Draft.

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