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Several NFL Executives Attend Kentucky QB Will Levis’ Pro Day

One of the 2023 NFL Draft’s most polarizing quarterback prospects participated in his pro day on Friday. Kentucky’s Will Levis worked out in front of a group of NFL decision-makers that included the general managers and head coaches of the Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans, Sports Illustrated reported.

Levis (scouting report) is one of the four quarterback prospects expected to get selected early in next month’s draft. The Kentucky signal caller met with Panthers owners David and Nicole Tepper, GM Scott Fitterer, HC Frank Reich, AGM Dan Morgan, VP Samir Suleiman and coaches Jim Caldwell, Thomas Brown and Josh McCown in Lexington on Thursday night.

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The Panthers, who acquired the No. 1 overall pick from the Chicago Bears, have been busy on the pro day circuit. Carolina also attended C.J. Stroud’s (scouting report) and Bryce Young’s (scouting report) pro day. In a news conference on Monday, Fitterer said the team was keeping all options open but is focused on selecting a franchise quarterback at No. 1.

The Seahawks sending coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider to watch Levis is notable because the team signed Geno Smith to a three-year, $105 million deal this offseason. Still, the Seahawks are doing work on this year’s quarterback class and could take one with the No. 5 pick.

The Titans have Ryan Tannehill on the roster, but new general manager Ran Carthon has cut many veteran players this offseason. Tennessee doing work on the quarterback class indicates it could move on from Tannehill, who has been floated as a potential trade candidate.

Levis is the No. 3 overall player and QB1 on The 33rd Team’s 2023 NFL Draft big board.

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