The Senior Bowl is Jan. 25 in Mobile, Ala. Here are a few names to watch during the game.


Jordan Love, Utah State: Got off to a rocky start in Day 1 of practice and continued some inconsistencies in Day 2. His name has been talked about as a late first-rounder.

Justin Herbert, Oregon: He has been the best quarterback for either team so far. Has been accurate and consistent, something that was missing during the season. He should be a top-10 pick, maybe even top five.

Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma: He flashes and then doesn’t. He is a tough evaluation, for sure.

Skill Guys:

Antonio Gibson, WR, Memphis: I am in the minority here, but I see David Johnson when I watch him. He excels as a pass catcher and as a ball carrier, he’s better than you think he is.

Collin Johnson, WR, Texas: At 6-foot-6 and 220 pounds, Johnson demands you pay attention to him.

Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor: Name that could be climbing quick.

Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA: The 2019 season was a lost year due to injury, but 2018 was solid.

Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC: One of my favorite wide receivers outside of the first round.

Offensive Linemen:

Lloyd Cushenberry, OT, LSU: He is going in Round 1 … book it!

Matthew Peart, OT/OG, UConn: Very interested to see how he holds up against elite pass rushers.

Logan Stenberg, OG, Kentucky: If you like offensive line play, watch his film.


Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming: Inside linebacker isn’t a deep position this year, but you can wait until Round 3 and find this gem.

Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina: So fun to watch on film, so quick for his size — in fact, he’s quick for any size.

Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah: That first step … wow!

A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State and Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska: I just think this is fun to do, but they are both really good corners.

Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland: Solid season and made some splash plays, but with a good week he could really help his draft stock and rise into a late third-rounder.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of USU Athletics

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