LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky coach Rich Brooks says his team picked things up during the second day of training camp on Wednesday.
Brooks said the team appeared to get it's first-day jitters out of the way and looked a little crisper during two hours of drills at the Nutter Training Center.
One of the surprising early developments is the play of freshman Randall Cobb, who is seeing time at both quarterback and wide receiver. Brooks said coaches will decide after Thursday's practice which position will be Cobb's focus. Depth at quarterback is a concern after Brooks dismissed Curtis Pulley on Tuesday.
Brooks was also quick to praise the play of his young wide receivers, who have benefited from a little coaching from veterans DeMoreo Ford and Dicky Lyons Jr.
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