NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko
Day two of the Senior Bowl is “Aaron Donald Day” in my mind, meaning that it’s the day when the cream of the crop starts separating from the other prospects. While there might not be an Aaron Donald caliber prospect on the South squad we were able to see some prospects begin to emerge from the pack. Over the last five years I’ve been able to understand that the cream rises to the top at the Senior Bowl, if there’s a player who is trying to mask flaws or hide weaknesses in their game they’ll be exposed. That’s what begins to happn as the pads go on. These are my observation and notes from the South session and what was learned in Mobile today.