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The NFL's premier Pro Day demands a big stage, so what better place than the University of Texas – probably the most draft-friendly school in league history.<P>

The Longhorns' annual Pro Day, where the school's draft-eligible football players work out for the NFL's scouts, coaches and general managers drew a huge crowd, including Packer personnel. It's no secret that Texas annually places many players in the NFL. The Longhorns have had one of its players drafted into the NFL since 1938. That's the last 64 NFL Drafts, the longest streak of any college or...

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