Sports Illustrated - Risers and sliders from Senior Bowl week
The scouts and coaches left Mobile, Ala., on Thursday. The fans and campers headed home Saturday night after the North dominated the South 23-13 in the 2012 Senior Bowl. Several of the prospects we mentioned during the practices stood out during the contest, while a few who were quiet during the week also had nice performances. Here are the risers and sliders from the annual showcase for senior NFL prospects.
CBS Sports - Big board: Alabama again tops LSU, this time with prospects
With the possible exception of the Scouting Combine, no single event impacts NFL draft ratings more than the week of practice at the Senior Bowl.
Big East Coast Bias - Isaiah Pead named MVP of Senior Bowl
Isaiah Pead, running back of the Cincinnati Bearcats, was named the MVP of the 2012 Senior Bowl on Jan. 28. Pead's team, the North, defeated the South, 23-13.
Washington Post - Mike Shanaha pleased NFL Drat evaluations during Senior Bowl week
Leslie Frazier and his staff got the best of Mike Shanahan & Co. yet again as the Minnesota Vikings coaches guided the North team to a 23-13 victory over the South squad in the Senior Bowl on Saturday night in Mobile, Ala.
SB Nation Atlanta - Brandon Boykin injures leg in Senior Bowl
During the 2012 Senior Bowl, Georgia Bulldog cornerback and return man Brandon Boykin left the game with a broken leg, but the severity of the injury has varied. Initial reports were that Boykin is requiring immediate surgery, but Boykin took to twitter to announce the injury is not as serious as initially thought.