By BOB McGINN
One of the more surprising players among the 119 underclassmen approved for the NFL draft this spring was defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie of Tennessee.
McKenzie, the son of former Green Bay Packers executive in personnel Reggie McKenzie, left the Volunteers as a third-year junior with just 10 starts in 31 games over his 2 ½ seasons.
“I have no idea why he came out unless his dad said he was going to draft him,” an NFL personnel man said. “I don’t know what the deal is.”
Reggie McKenzie left the Packers after 18 seasons to become general manager of the Oakland Raiders in Janu...
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