JUSTIN SENIOR RUMORS

Seahawks take Mississippi St. OT Justin Senior in sixth round

RENTON – The Seahawks added to their offensive line on the third day of the NFL Draft, taking Mississippi State tackle Justin Senior with the second of their two sixth-round picks, No. 210 overall. Senior was a three-year starter at right tackle in college and has size that is considered prototypical for that position in the NFL, listed at 6 feet 5 and 322 pounds, with 34-inch arms...
Via MyNorthwest.com
April 29, 2017

Sixth-round pick Justin Senior from Mississippi State says Seahawks want him to try LT

RENTON The Seahawks ended the sixth round going where many wanted them to go in the first round, two, long days ago. Seattle selected Mississippi State offensive tackle Justin Senior … Click to Continue »
Via Seahawks Insider
April 29, 2017

Mississippi State’s Justin Senior Drafted by Seattle Seahawks

Justin Senior is heading up to Seattle! And the first Bulldog is off the board! Justin Senior, drafted in the 6th round, will be heading up to join the Seattle Seahawks! Senior was taken with the 210th pick of the draft and is heading to a team that drastically needs offensive line help. Drafting Senior to Seattle will give the Seahawks a solid tackle to add depth and in hopes of...
Via For Whom the Cowbell Tolls
April 29, 2017

NFL Draft 2017 Results: Seahawks select OT Justin Senior at pick 210

With the 210th pick in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks have chosen Justin Senior, a tackle at Mississippi State. Senior is 6’5, 331 lbs, with 34” arms and 10.25” hands. He ran a 5.55, had a 23” vertical, a 98” broad, and a 8.19 three-cone drill. He seems to be the exact opposite of what the Seahawks usually look for at offensive line, which is athleticism...
Via Field Gulls
April 29, 2017

From Montreal to Mississippi State: NFL-bound Canadian lineman ‘learned everything’ from key Bulldogs coach

INDIANAPOLIS — If the NFL doesn’t work out, Justin Senior will always have the CFL — and his home country of Canada — as a Plan B. But going pro in American football has always been the former Mississippi State tackle’s dream, and now he’s closer to achieving it than ever. Last weekend, Senior took a major step toward that end by working out at the 2017 NFL Combine. The winding journey...
Via SEC Country
March 09, 2017

Stats from SEC players at 2017 Senior Bowl

More than 20 SEC players got their shot to impress NFL scouts and personnel at Saturday’s 2017 Senior Bowl. A handful of them stole the show. The all-star game finished in a 16-15 win for the South squad, which featured 20 SEC players. Two Arkansas players — tight end Jeremy Sprinkle and punter Toby Baker — represented the SEC on the North Team. Take a look at the stats of SEC players...
Via SEC Country
January 28, 2017

2017 Senior Bowl Preview: Scouting Notes for All of the South Roster

By: Optimum Scouting’s Staff   Quarterbacks Davis Webb, CaliforniaReminding in many ways of a lesser Brock Osweiler prospect out of Arizona State, Webb is a tall passer with a release point and footwork that needs ample work before he’s able to maximize his upside. His arm talent is good, not great, but he thrives as a mid-field touch passer, especially using his height and patience...
Via Optimum Scouting
January 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Mississippi State to start 22 juniors and seniors in opener

After posting a 10-3 record last season, the Mississippi State Bulldogs do not expect to miss a beat as the prepare for the upcoming college football season. In hopes of following up their successful 2014 campaign, the Bulldogs plan to start 22 juniors and seniors, according to Fox Sports.com. OFFENSE WR De’Runnya Wilson, Joe Morrow WR Fred Brown, Donald Gray WR Fred Ross, Gabe...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Mississippi State to start 22 juniors and seniors in opener

After losing so many experienced players to the NFL and graduation during the offseason, many pundits have been quick to dismiss Mississippi State heading into the season. Well this stat may blow their minds - the Bulldogs plan to start 22 juniors and seniors in the opener against Southern Miss.  The Bulldogs released their official depth chart for the opener Monday and the boys...
Via FOX Sports
August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Orange Bowl to have an international flavor

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) It wasn't long ago that Justin Senior, Adam Gotsis and Francis Kallon had no idea what the Orange Bowl was. They do now. A couple of short flights brought Mississippi State and Georgia Tech to South Florida for Wednesday night's Orange Bowl, but the journey to one of college football's showcase games was much longer for those three players. Senior, a Mississippi...
Via Associated Press
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss
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