2013 NFL Draft Video: Senior Bowl Preview for Patriots Fans

NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

It is time for the annual pilgrimage down to Mobile for scouts and prospects alike. The Senior Bowl is where the top talent shows up to apply for the first round of the NFL Draft.

Tonight I’ll take a look at some of the top prospects for the Patriots that will be showcasing their talents at the 2013 Senior Bowl.

Which Senior Bowl players are you looking forward to watching? You can find an unofficial list of Senior Bowl participants here at BBD.

Tags: 2013 NFL Draft, Draft Video, Senior Bowl

4 Responses to “2013 NFL Draft Video: Senior Bowl Preview for Patriots Fans”

  1. Russell Easterbrooks says:

    The DT I like, tho I think DT is not as high a need, is DT Evertt Dawkins. He looks go on tape, needs some coaching , but has a huge up-side. Great feet, soild lower body. 4th-5th round guy now, could move up the board however.

  2. Russell Easterbrooks says:

    I also think Mike, the Pats pick an Olineman at some point, here’s a guy to watch, OT/OG Matt Summers-Gavin. He had a knee issue, but watch his tape,… great looking blocker, very smart, alittle of that mean streak you see in Mankins!

  3. Russell Easterbrooks says:

    I agree with you Mike on DE/LB John Simon, and think he is a sure pick.
    I Feel very strong the Pats Want, SS/LB DeVonte Hollomon as a SS ,or help at LB, almost as fast in the 40 as Vaccaro, and covers as well, bigger at 6 2″ 238, Pats have scouted him alot. Holloman will be in the 3d round. WR wll be Ryan Swope, or Conner Vernon, 3d or 4th.

  4. mjp says:

    Keep up the good work Mike, a guy I hope NEPD gets to scout is Sylvester Williams from UNC. I know a lot of people like Kawann Short (though I think his limited athleticism could cause him to fall, good value in early-mid 2nd round but I’m not sure I want to use the 1st rounder on him) and of course there’s Sheldon Richardson (whom I like as a penetrating 3 tech but he’ll likely go top-15 or 20) but after watching Williams I was seriously impressed with his ability to both take on double teams and get into the backfield, very violent and active hands, good balance, quick feet, reminds me a lot of Vince Wilfork coming out of Miami (I think Vince should have been a top-5 or 10 pick and I think Williams could be a steal as a late 1st rounder).



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