The USC Trojans held their annual Pro Day on Wednesday on campus in Los Angeles, with several NFL hopefuls showing their skills to interested pro football parties. None of the participants in the Trojans' pro day are as highly touted as All-American left tackle Matt Kalil, who is expected to be picked in the top two to five picks in April's NFL Draft.
Kalil said he has been training hard this offseason, working with his brother, All-Pro center Ryan Kalil of the Carolina Panthers. The younger Kalil is expected to be the top offensive lineman drafted.
As for what team, Kalil doesn't care. "Anything can happen on draft day. Whoever drafts me, I'm going to work my butt off to earn a starting spot, and bring whatever I can to that team," he said.
Kalil and defensive end Nick Perry, both junior entrants in the NFL draft, did not participate in every test on Wednesday as they both excelled at the combine. But both took part in individual drills.
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