With so much focus on the quarterbacks, linemen and wideouts, the running backs have not received a whole lot of attention this week.
The best-case scenario for a player at the Senior Bowl is to perform well, get noticed and generate a buzz among scouts, coaches and media. That scenario is unfolding for Boise State’s Titus Young.
One key thing to keep in mind for fans that closely track the draft process is how big a role scheme plays in a team’s evaluation. For example, when defensive back prospects are graded, there is much more that goes into that than just their physical ability.
This afternoon’s South practice could be a big one for a trio of TCU players.
Boston College’s Anthony Castonzo has been impressive in every practice, and has emerged as the top offensive tackle here at the Senior Bowl.
It’s often the late arrivals that seem to make an impact during Senior Bowl Week. This year is no different.
The chaos on the field after an NFL game has nothing on the spectacle that takes place after each Senior Bowl practice.
Posted: Tuesday, January 25th, 2011 | Pat Kirwan Tags: 2011 Senior Bowl,
It might not be the most glorious position in the NFL, but center is one of the most important.
The slot receiver has always been a vital position in the NFL, but with the emergence of stars like Wes Welker and Davone Bess in recent years, it has risen in prominence.
TCU WR Jeremy Kerley catches a pass in front of Southern California CB Shareece Wright during practice for the South team for the 2011 Under Armor Senior Bowl.
MOBILE, Ala. — While Jake Locker might be receiving all the attention for the North squad, the two other quarterbacks on the roster deserve some consideration as well.
Stanford’s Owen Marecic was a standout for the Cardinal playing on both sides of the ball. He has a chance to get drafted and is determined to make his presence felt at the Senior Bowl. He is also in a unique position to discuss two of the offseason’s hottest topics: Jim Harbaugh‘s move from Palo Alto to the 49ers and quarterback Andrew Luck‘s decision to forgo the draft and return for his senior season.
NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Mike Mayock discuss North squad quarterbacks Jake Locker, Colin Kaepernick and Ricky Stanzi from the Senior Bowl.
The NFL’s influence on Mobile this week is readily apparent before you even arrive.
West Virginia speedster Noel Devine, Boise State wideouts Austin Pettis and Titus Young, as well as Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder and Alabama’s Greg McElroy have all committed to the 2011 Senior Bowl.