Larry Warford is one of the country's top guard prospects in this year's NFL Draft. While playing at Kentucky, he battled with some of the best defensive lines. However, while he is most comfortable playing right guard, that does not mean he is only able to play that position.
During his media session at the NFL Scouting Combine, Warford talked about playing other positions on the line.
"I've played right my whole life, but if they told me to play left, it'd take some getting used to for a couple of
practices and I'd be happy with that, as long as I make the team," Warford explained. "I'd play left and I'd play center if I had to. I've had experience there also. Wherever a team wants to put me, I'd be happy."
One of the things that he noted while talking to team is that they ask about his versatility. He cited that he was Kentucky's backup center, so he has had experience snapping the ball.
For the Arizona Cardinals, versatility on the offensive line has been key for some time. If he were to be drafted by the Cardinals and to step in and start right away, that would not matter so much. However, if he is to play in a reserve role, it is almost requisite that he be able to move around the line.
Cardinals fans would like to see the right guard position improved, and some have even called for center Lyle Sendlein to be replaced with someone better. Warford might be able to do that.
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