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Senior Bowl 2015 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

The top college all-star game kicks off Saturday afternoon.

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The formal kickoff of draft season takes place with the Senior Bowl, the top college all-star game. Future top draft picks and more will be on display in Mobile, Ala., this Saturday.

Around since 1950, the Senior Bowl has long showcased the best college football players who have exhausted their eligibility. Although it has become customary in recent years for some of the top players (especially quarterbacks) to turn down invitations, the game still features a bevy of highly rated prospects, some of which could be selected in the top 10 of April's NFL draft. Since 2007, the NFL Network has held the broadcast rights while sports apparel giant Under Armour and Reese's are the game's primary sponsors.

Although NFL teams are more concerned with the Senior Bowl practices than the game itself, they look for players who stood out during the week to flash their potential. As reported by SB Nation's Dan Kadar, perhaps no player has made a bigger impact during practice than Miami wideout Phillip Dorsett. Dorsett is a speedster who effortlessly shifts into his top gear and can take the top off a defense.

NFL Draft stock report

One of the other major storylines of the game is the position switch for Auburn's Nick Marshall. A quarterback for the Tigers, Marshall voluntarily moved to defensive back to maximize his draft stock. It has provided one of the oddest moments of Senior Bowl practice: Marshall guarding college teammate Sammie Coates in one-on-one drills.

The Senior Bowl will also showcase some of the best quarterbacks in this year's draft class, as well as a flock of future first-round offensive and defensive linemen.

How to watch

Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala.

When: 4 p.m. ET

TV: NFL Network

Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile

Further reading

For more Senior Bowl coverage, check out SB Nation's Mocking the Draft. You can also find live coverage from Mocking the Draft's Dan Kadar via his Twitter account.