NFL Draft podcast, Episode 28: Mocking the Draft previews the 2014 Senior Bowl

Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Who has the most to gain in Mobile next week?

Mel Kiper Jr. dropped his first mock draft, the Senior Bowl is right around the corner and the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone with a record number of entries.

Needless to say, there was plenty to talk about on Episode 28 of the Mocking the Draft Podcast. We started off with the latest news on the underclassmen and transitioned into a full Senior Bowl Preview. Which prospects have the most to gain next week in Mobile, Ala., and which players have decided not to participate in the event?

To wrap up the show we touch on some of the latest mock drafts from around the web, including Kiper's latest creation. We also took some questions, which caused things to get a bit deep.

You can listen to the entire episode below. You can also find us on iTunes at this link or by searching "Mocking the Draft." Don't forget to subscribe, review and comment on the show. If you want to have a question answered on the show, feel free to comment below or find us on Twitter @MockingtheDraft or @MatthewFairburn.

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