Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 6/188 -- Danny Trevathan, LB, 6-0, 237, Kentucky...The scouting report on Trevathan is similar to fellow Kentucky alum Wesley Woodyard in 2008: prolific tackler, too small, gets lost in traffic. Look for the Broncos to develop the energetic Trevathan as they did Woodyard -- on special teams first. - The Sports Xchange
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09/17/12 - LB Danny Trevathan was one of the standouts of the Broncos' offseason program. During organized team activities, the sixth-round pick was the only rookie to play on the first unit in either base or sub packages, but the arrival of Keith Brooking eased him down the depth chart to the third team by the start of the season. Look for Trevathan and Brooking to rotate in and relieve Mays and Woodyard more often.
09/14/12 - LB Danny Trevathan could see an increased role in the linebacking rotation going forward. Coach John Fox indicated dissatisfaction with how extensively his starting linebackers played and specifically pointed to Trevathan as a player who would rotate in more often.
05/23/12 - LB Danny Trevathan, the Broncos' sixth-round pick this year (188th overall), signed a four-yera contract.
04/30/12 - A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 6/188 -- Danny Trevathan, LB, 6-0, 237, Kentucky...The scouting report on Trevathan is similar to fellow Kentucky alum Wesley Woodyard in 2008: prolific tackler, too small, gets lost in traffic. Look for the Broncos to develop the energetic Trevathan as they did Woodyard -- on special teams first. - The Sports Xchange
03/08/12 - The 2011 University of Kentucky football seniors put their physical abilities on display Wednesday morning at the Nutter Field House as the UK football team hosted its annual "Pro Day" workouts for professional scouts. Representatives of 23 National Football League teams, along with an NFL Combine scout and members of the Canadian Football League, put the Wildcats through the workout. The group of seniors, who helped Kentucky achieve great success on the field, were tested in the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, agility drills, various position-specific drills and some weightlifting. "This is an exciting day that shows our program has come a long way," UK head coach Joker Phillips said. "I can remember when there were only one or two guys here and they were local. Now, we have pretty much every team represented here today. That speaks volumes to how far we have come." Two of the players that were in attendance Wednesday, Danny Trevathan and Winston Guy, had already worked out in February at the official NFL combine. Trevathan participated in workouts Wednesday, while Guy elected not to participate because of a strained groin but did talk to scouts. Trevathan spent significant time in linebacker drills, along with fellow senior Ronnie Sneed. Defensive backs Mychal Bailey, Randall Burden, Anthony Mosley and Taiedo Smith went through workouts, along with wide receivers Nik Brazley and Matt Roark, tight end Nick Melillo, offensive linemen Billy Joe Murphy and Chandler Burden, and defensive linemen Mark Crawford and James McDevitt. Phillips is hopeful this class will be able to add to Kentucky's recent success in the NFL. - Kentucky football