Now that the full week of practices at the 2012 Senior Bowl have been completed and the vast majority of the NFL scouts and decision makers have left Mobile, Ala. it's time too look at who hurt themselves the most this week. Some players enter Senior Bowl week with a lot of hype and buzz, but just fail to do anything noticeable and sometimes look just down right awful.
Here are five players who really hurt themselves during the week:
Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M: Fuller had a lot of hype surrounding him entering the 2011 NCAA football season but wound up disappointing and disappearing in some games. He did no different at the Senior Bowl, struggling to get off the line of scrimmage against small corners playing press coverage and he simply just couldn't catch. Whatever draft stock Fuller had entering the week, he likely destroyed it.
Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina: Jones was talked about prior to the week as potentially being the second or third wide receiver drafted, but after his lackadaisical week in Mobile, he might be the sixth or seventh taken. Jones has the size and overall ability that scouts will look for, but his effort just wasn't there. As one NFL scout said who was standing next to me, "He's just going through the motions."
Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State: Sanders just had an awful week going up against a slew of very good pass rushers on the South team. He was beaten up badly by Quinton Coples and Melvin Ingram day after day and even struggled handling a bull rush and some of the more powerful defensive ends.
Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State: Many had concerns with Kellen Moore's arm strength and height prior to the Senior Bowl, but after the weigh-in and the first day of practice his lack of size was painfully obvious. Not only did Moore look like a high school player on the field, but his arm just wasn't good enough to get the football where it needed to be. He did hit some nicer deep throws, but the ball took quite a while to get there and were simple in one-on-one drills without a safety.
Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama: While Upshaw is physically impressive and imposing, after his first day of practice his performance kind of fell off. He showed the ability to rush the passer with his hand on the ground, but more often than not he was washed out of running plays and lacks real explosiveness and quickness. He looks like his best fit will be on the inside in a 3-4 defense, letting him play down hill and be a "thumper".