Found January 23, 2013 on
Senior Bowl: Dynasty Names to Know
The Senior Bowl is the cream of the crop when it comes to senior NFL prospects. Although some may say this draft class lacks the elite top-level players, this class may in fact have the most depth of talent at each position that we have ever seen. This should be a huge benefit to dynasty owners in the middle rounds of their rookie drafts this year. Here is a summary of the top talents in this year’s game to keep an eye on going forward in the pre-draft process.
The Senior Bowl can be seen Saturday, January 26 at 3:00pm CST on NFL Network.
The quarterbacks this year are shaping up to be one of the best groups ever assembled in the history of the Senior Bowl. At one time or another, all of these guys have been mentioned as potential first round picks in this year’s draft. Geno Smith and Matt Barkley decided not to take part in this week’s activities, opening the door of opportunity for two other highly touted prospects on the North squad in Ryan Nas...
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UCLA senior running back Johnathan Franklin spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following practice at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
UCLA senior running back Johnathan Franklin spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following practice at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama...
Running backs and linebackers are always what you want to watch, and seeing how Kenjon Barner and Robbie Rouse work in traffic in game should be interesting. Barner is a bit more physical and balanced than he gets credit for….At linebacker, Sio Moore will get another chance to impress (as he did at the Shrine Game), but I’m intrigued to watch Kevin Reddick some more, especially...
Oregon running back Kenjon Barner is in Mobile, Ala. this week to participate in the 2013 Senior Bowl. He spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following practice and a long chat with the Philadelphia Eagles.