Senior Bowl Practice Week: Winners/Losers

After a high-stakes week of practice at the Senior Bowl, several NFL Draft prospects have moved up and down the draft boards of NFL Teams. Of course, we’ll see even more this Saturday for the game. Here are some of the biggest movers:

Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Stood out from day one due to his physicality and instincts. Broke on the ball very quick. Went from a mid-round pick to a surefire 2nd rounder – if not higher.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan
Disgustingly quick first step and great hands. Went by OT’s nearly untouched on multiple occasions. Elevated himself to the 1st round with a 4.7 at the combine.

Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas State
Showed great burst for a 5-technique guy and good hands. All he needs to do is make a video of him jumping out of a pool.

Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho
Brute strength and solid feet let Iupati dominate most players from a variety of line positions. Very versatile.

Daryl Washington, LB, TCU
Undersized guy that just kept making plays. Made himself hard to ignore this week. Might have the ability to play safety at the next level.

Taylor Mays, S, USC
Can’t cover, period. Very stiff, which isn’t good for a safety. If the Seahawks and Pete Carroll pass on this guy, he might last until the 2nd round.

Taylor Price, WR, Ohio
Bad week for guys named Taylor. This one got in good position, but you can’t put the ball on the ground as much as this guy did. Braylon Edwards thought it got ridiculous.

Sam Young, OL, Notre Dame
Couldn’t touch, let along block some of the quicker DE’s in one-on-one drills.

Tim Tebow, QB, Florida
Terrible week for this gator. Couldn’t take a snap and his bad delivery might have gotten worse during the week.

O’Brien Schofield, OLB, Wisconsin
Just a brutal injury from a guy that showed so much promise at the Shrine Bowl and the first day of practice.


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