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Sport 10 winners from Senior Bowl practice week

07:10  26 january  2020
07:10  26 january  2020 Source:   cowboyswire.com

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All told, the 2019 Senior Bowl roster had 10 players go in the first round and 40 in the first three rounds. Those are mind-boggling numbers, but With that in mind, here are 10 winners from practice week . Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon. We've written about Herbert all week and through three practices

Senior Bowl week is a huge opportunity for strong players to cement their elite stock, role players at the college level to prove they can handle a bi Speaking of those slot receivers, McLaurin had a sick week of practices and followed it up with a strong game as well. He had a drop on a Drew Lock

This past week in Mobile, Ala., scouts, GMs, and coaches gathered at Ladd-Peebles Stadium to get a firsthand look at some of the best players available in this year’s NFL Draft. The game was Saturday, and the South squad led by the Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff won 34-17, but the real action that matters most was the week of practice sessions.

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Jim Nagy, executive director of the Senior Bowl, did an excellent job putting together a loaded roster for each squad and while several projected top 40 picks  dropped out of the game for various reasons (TCU corner Jeff Gladney, LSU corner Kristian Fulton and Ohio St. corner Damon Arnette) there was still plenty of talent on display throughout the week. We take a look at the standouts from the Senior Bowl practices thus far in preparation for Saturday’s game.

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The practices for the 2020 Reese's Senior Bowl rolled on in spite of bad weather that forced a Here are 10 tweets from the final day of practices … NFL Media's Tom Pelissero noted that teams are Denzel Mims has had a strong week . Just grabbed this one-handed pass from Jordan Love in the end

The Reese's Senior Bowl concluded with the North team, coached by the Detroit Lions, conquering the South Prospects had a chance to impress NFL scouts in practice leading up to the game. That'll do it from Mobile for the 2020 Senior Bowl . The week was won by South Carolina defensive lineman

Kyle Duggard, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

A small-school safety with big-time game showed he belongs in the conversation with the best safety prospects in this draft. Listed at 6-foot-1, 218 pounds, Duggard has good length for the position and is expected to run somewhere in the mid 4.4s in the 40-yard dash.

He reportedly did a excellent job in coverage showing patient feet, trusting his leverage and using length to undercut and intercept a pass in Wednesday practice. He has helped to improve his draft stock potentially into the second round of the NFL Draft and can continue to do so with a good showing in Saturday’s game.

Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

Jefferson, son of former WR Shawn Jefferson, has put on a route running clinic through three practices. He runs routes with great tempo and is very smooth coming out breaks with no wasted motion.

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The Senior Bowl game will be played on Saturday but most all of the major on-field scouting activity takes place during the week with the Tuesday-Thursday After scouting/observing all three days of practices it’s mandatory to do a ‘ winners and losers’ article. So, here’s my scouting take on the key

Defensive backs have had a hard time sticking with him. He has also done a good job catching the football and finishing plays, looking to stand out in a loaded WR class.

Josh Uche, LB, Michigan

Uche has shown he has the speed off the edge to be a constant problem for blockers. Equipped with long arms and immediate explosion, he has done an excellent job making these blockers uncomfortable in drills. At Michigan, Uche was known for attacking the pocket but at only 6-foot-1, 241 pounds he has a more prototypical size of an off-ball linebacker.

However, in these practices he has shown he is comfortable dropping into underneath coverage and playing the run. He’s a prospect who could be mentioned in the top 50 players of this draft.

Jason Strowbridge, DL, North Carolina

This versatile defensive lineman has been consistently winning one on ones whether he is lined up on the outside or inside. Measuring in at 6-foot-4, 267 pounds and a 33-inch wingspan he has the size, strength and violent hands to be a base end in a 4-3. He also offers position flex as he can kick inside on passing downs which should increase his value among NFL teams.

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Senior Bowl week is a huge opportunity for strong players to cement their elite stock, role players at the college level to prove they can handle a bigger With a busy week full of interviews, events, and weather issues, here were the players who impressed the most across the practices and games.

Some of the top college seniors from across the country have been split up into two teams. Wednesday was the second of three days of practices before the teams will square off at 1:30 p.m. (CT) Saturday at Ladd-Peebles Here are the top 10 tweets from Wednesday at the Senior Bowl

Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

This small school TE has impressed this week in Mobile with his on field athleticism, his smooth route running and body positioning to finish catches. In a good, but not great TE class, Trautman is vying to be the first at his position drafted in April. So far he is off to a good start and looks to continue the his strong showing in Saturdays game.

Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

While Kinlaw has already been widely considered a top 20 player in this year’s NFL Draft, he did not disappoint with his performances in the first two days of practice.

Showing the skills that has front offices drooling over him. He was difficult to block in one-on-one drills, showing his excellent get off, power, athleticism and ability to lock out his arms and shed blockers.

Kinlaw is dealing with some tendinitis in one of his knees and didn’t participate in the final practice of the week and was held out of Saturdays game for precautionary reasons.

Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh

The 6-foot, 185-pound cornerback has made his presence felt in all three of the practices with his best showing in Thursday’s final stanza. He stood out in the red-zone period where he had three pass break ups, two of which came when he was in position to undercut slant routes.

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Here are the top 10 tweets from Thursday at the Senior Bowl : This was perhaps the catch of the day Tight end has been the most impressive position unit this week in my eyes. And that's saying something considering Goedert went Big winners and both are now squarely in Day 2 consideration.

Take a look at the best sights and sounds from this week 's Senior Bowl practices before the North and South teams face off on Saturday.

He has shown his physicality by getting his hands on receivers, opening his hips, and contesting catches.

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Arguably the most physically gifted quarterback in this class listed at 6-foot-6, 235 pounds, Herbert has the arm strength, physical tools, and mental processing to become a top tier quarterback in the NFL.

This was a week where Herbert could show consistency from his footwork to his accuracy and that’s what he did. His arm strength has been evident through these practices and he has stepped out of his comfort zone trying to engage with his fellow players and coaches in a way that could show he does indeed have the natural leadership to be a franchise QB.

Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

Mims has been consistent all week showing he has been putting in the work in the off-season on his route running by tightening his footwork in and out of his breaks. Mims showed the ability to extend his hands away from his body and make contested catches. He is a long and fast athletes who did a good job downfield timing his jumps and making contested catches.

Ben Bartch, OT, St. Johns

The small-school standout who was a former TE is making waves in Mobile this week with his performances in practice. He has looked good in his lateral movements and has held his own at the Point of Attack. He showed during these practices he was light on his feet and was not overly stressed by speed on the edge. He needs to continue to work on not being over aggressive and ending up on the ground, but his play this week may have helped him reach Top 100 consideration by NFL teams.

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Some of the top college seniors from across the country have been split up into two teams. Tuesday kicked off three days of practices before the teams will square off at 1:30 p.m. (CT) The Vikings have scouts on the scene in Mobile. Here are the top 10 tweets from Tuesday at the Senior Bowl

To be fair, none of the South quarterbacks flashed anything terribly impressive on the first day of practice , but Benkert seemed to have the most struggles. While he did have some positive moments, his overall roller-coaster performance will leave scouts wanting more the rest of the week .

Not for anything they did or did not do during on field work  but the fact that injuries held Cal safety Ashtyn Davis, Utah DL Leki Fotuy and Arizona State WR Brandon Aiyuk out of work this week was a disappointment. All three of these prospects are projected top 100 picks.

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