Kentucky football seniors go through workouts for professional scouts
Student-athletes from football, men's and women's soccer and volleyball represented
UK football seniors Chandler Burden, Anthony Mosley to play in Casino Del Sol All-Star Game
Former Wildcat Star Completes Degree After Year as Student Assistant Coach
Cornerback Anthony Mosley and offensive lineman Jake Lanefski are game captains
His performance was one of the most pleasant developments of the 2010 season ... Emerged as a starting cornerback and played well ... Augments his physical ability with good playing savvy ... Moved from wide receiver to cornerback during the 2008 season ... Serves as a representative on the UK Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... Has played in 18 games, starting 12 ... Has graduated with a degree in community communications and leadership development ... Plans to begin his masters in political science in the fall.
2010 (Junior): Played in all 13 games with 12 starts ... Second on the team in pass breakups with five and seventh on the team with 34 tackles ... Made the biggest play of his career in the final seconds vs. South Carolina, snaring an interception in the endzone to seal UK's come-from-behind upset victory ... Also caused a fumble against the Gamecocks ... Had a career-high six tackles in win over Vanderbilt.
2009 (Sophomore): Played in five games ... Made one tackle against ULM and Eastern Kentucky ... Also had a pass breakup against the Warhawks.
2008 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see varsity game action after making a position switch during the season ... Played in UK's junior-varsity win over Fork Union Military Academy and contributed two tackles.
2007 (Freshman): Redshirted as a wide receiver ... Earned Scout Team Player of the Week honors three times during the season.
High School: Has an excellent combination of good speed and sure hands ... Track athlete who did not begin playing football until his junior year at Tucker (Ga.) HS, when the coaches convinced him to try the sport ... Has been timed as low as 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard dash ... His deft receiving ability is indicated by the fact that he did not drop a pass during his senior season ... Caught 20 passes for 354 yards and five touchdowns as a senior ... Earned all-county and honorable-mention all-state honors ... Won the team's Kelly Cofer Award for overall football performance, academics, and attitude ... The No. 67 prospect in Georgia by Scout.com ... Coached by Bill Ballard ... "Anthony is a deep ball threat, a player with separation speed who can make the big play," Ballard said. "He did not drop a ball his senior season, and not many players can say that. He's a really fine young man." ... Three-year letterman in track, competing in the triple jump, 200-meter dash, 400-meter run, and the 4x100 relay ... His relay unit was third in the state meet his sophomore year and he won the region in the triple jump as a junior ... Honor-roll student who was a member of the school's chess club ... Last name is pronounced "MOSE-lee" ... Chose UK over Arkansas and Michigan State.
Personal: Born in Cleveland, Ohio ... Son of Toni Cooper and Vince Cooper ... Major is community communications and leadership development.
Community Cats: Participated in events with the Boy Scouts, the UK Children's Hospital Valentine's Day party and the Lexington Explorium (2008) ... Visited patients at Birmingham Children's Hospital (2011).