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Senior Bowl 2015: Start time, how to watch online and TV schedule

Some of the country's best pro prospects are squaring off in Alabama this Saturday.

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Among the most prestigious of the college football all-star games, the Senior Bowl, kicks off on Saturday afternoon. Consisting of the top seniors from around the country, the game is a hotbed of NFL talent and features a slew of names you'll be hearing called early in the 2015 draft.

One of those names is that of Bryce Petty, the Baylor quarterback thought to be one of the best passers among this year's crop. A forgotten man behind the consensus top two signal callers, Heisman winners Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston, Petty is hoping to up his stock and push himself into the top two rounds. Also throwing the ball will be a pair of SEC quarterbacks -- Auburn's Nick Marshall and Alabama's Blake Sims -- looking to prove they have the arm talent and football smarts to make it at the next level.

Another Auburn product, Sammie Coates, is the most talented receiver in Mobile. Technically a fourth-year junior, he benefits from a new exception that allows underclassman who have received their degree. Joining him out wide is Devin Smith, the star of Ohio State's late-season surge to the national title.

How to watch

When: 4 p.m. ET

Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala.

TV: NFL Network

Online streaming: NFLNetwork.com (subscription required)