2013 Senior Bowl rosters: Full North, South team previews

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The 2013 Senior Bowl features some sure top picks -- like QB Mike Glennon of NC State -- and some trying to show they can adjust to the NFL -- like QB-turned-receiver Denard Robinson. Here's a full look at both team rosters for Saturday's game.

With the Senior Bowl later today, its time for one final review of the rosters for the North and the South with a quick check on whose stock has gone up this week:

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The most intriguing prospect -- although not the one who will be selected first -- is probably Denard Robinson, as the Michigan quarterback's shift to other positions has attracted a lot of attention in practice this week. Robinson is listed as a wide receiver, but has had trouble catching the ball in practice, but thinks his QB experience will help him at wide out.

NC State's Mike Glennon has had the best week of the three quarterbacks on the North squad, consistently impressing scouts -- although Ryan Nassib is considered a likely pick by his college coach, Doug Marrone of the Buffalo Bills. His connection with Robinson -- as well as US Olympian and Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin -- could be intriguing.

Kenjon Barner hasn't been considered an elite prospect at running back after tearing things up at Oregon, but Yahoo!'s Doug Farrar thought he was playing well in practice.

Here's the North team's full roster:

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Zac Dysert, Miami (Ohio)
Mike Glennon, NC State
Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

Running backs

Kenjon Barner, Oregon
Johnathan Franklin, UCLA
Robbie Rouse, Fresno State


Kyle Juszczyk, Harvard

Wide receiver

Aaron Dobson, Marshall
Marquise Goodwin, Texas
Chris Harper, Kansas State
Aaron Mellette, Elon
Denard Robinson, Michigan
Markus Wheaton, Oregon State

Tight end

Jack Doyle, Western Kentucky
Nick Kasa, Colorado
Ryan Otten, San Jose State

Offensive line

Braxston Cave, Notre Dame
Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
Kyle Long, Oregon
Joe Madsen, West Virginia
Justin Pugh, Syracuse
David Quessenberry, San Jose State
Hugh Thornton, Illinois
Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin
Brian Winters, Kent State

Defensive line

Michael Buchanan, Illinois
Margus Hunt, SMU
Datone Jones, UCLA
Alex Okafor, Texas
Jordan Hill, Penn State
Kawann Short, Purdue
Brandon Williams, Missouri Southern
Sylvester Williams, North Carolina


Steve Beauhamais, Rutgers
Arthur Brown, Kansas State
Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
Kevin Reddick, North Carolina
John Simon, Ohio State
Trevardo Williams, Connecticut

Defensive backs

Jonathan Cyprien, FIU
Will Davis, Utah State
Dwayne Gratz, Connecticut
TJ McDonald, USC
Jordan Poyer, Oregon State
Jamar Taylor, Boise State
Phillip Thomas, Fresno State
Desmond Trufant, Washington
Duke Williams, Nevada
Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Connecticut

Special Teams

Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State (kicker)
Jeff Locke, UCLA (punter)
Luke Ingram, Hawaii (long snapper)


Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson has done a good job according to scouts leading the South squad - he's joined by EJ Manuel and Landry Jones at the quarterback position. That trio has some interesting targets: Terrance Williams of Baylor is expected to be one of the top receivers off the board, and Quinton Patton of Louisiana Tech has turned heads this week.

D.J. Fluker of Alabama might be the best offensive lineman for either team, and nose tackle John Jenkins of Georgia is expected to be a high pick for a team that plays 3-4 defense

Here's how the South team's full roster shapes up:


Landry Jones, Oklahoma
EJ Manuel, Florida State
Tyler Wilson, Arkansas

Running back

Andre Ellington, Clemson
Mike Gillislee, Florida
Onterio McCalebb, Auburn
Stepfan Taylor, Stanford


Tommy Bohanon, Wake Forest

Wide receiver

Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
Tavarres King, Georgia
Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
Conner Vernon, Duke
Terrance Williams, Baylor

Tight end

Vance McDonald, Rice
Mychal Rivera, Tennessee
Michael Williams, Alabama

Offensive line

Oday Aboushi, Virginia
D.J. Fluker, Alabama
Dalton Freeman, Clemson
Garrett Gilkey, Chadron State
Lane Johnson, Oklahoma
Xavier Nixon, Florida
Brian Schwenke, Cal
Dallas Thomas, Tennessee
J.C. Tretter, Cornell
Larry Warford, Kentucky

Defensive line

Ezekial Ansah, BYU
Everett Dawkins, Florida State
Lavar Edwards, LSU
Malliciah Goodman, Clemson
Corey Grissom, South Florida
Montori Hughes, Tennessee-Martin
John Jenkins, Georgia
Cornelius Washington, Georgia


Jamie Collins, Southern Miss
Zaviar Gooden, Missouri
Nico Johnson, Alabama
Sean Porter, Texas A&M
Chase Thomas, Stanford
Vince Williams, Florida State

Defensive back

Robert Alford, Southeastern Louisiana
Marc Anthony, Cal
Sanders Commings, Georgia
Robert Lester, Alabama
Leon McFadden, San Diego State
Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
B.W. Webb, William & Mary
J.J. Wilcox, Georgia Southern
Shawn Williams, Georgia

Special Teams

Dustin Hopkins, Florida State (kicker)
Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech (punter)
Carson Tinker, Alabama (long snapper)

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