The Senior Bowl is on today at 4:00 PM EST. I managed to catch a few of the practices on the NFL Network and I've made a list of some guys who have piqued my curiosity. I want to see how they look in the game. They are listed below with Mel Kiper's and Todd McShay's commentary.
Anybody else have some specific players they are keeping an eye on in this game?
DE Adam Carriker 6-6 292 Nebraska
Kiper: Versatile. Long arms. Big frame. Uses hands well. (mid-Round 1)
McShay: The other big-time winner from this year's defensive line crop is Carriker, who dominated drills with his quickness and power at 6-foot-6, 292 pounds.
CB Aaron Ross 6-0 192 Texas
Kiper: Tough. Instinctive. Great tackler in run support. (mid- to late-Round 1)
McShay: The player improving his stock the most this week is Ross, who is showing impressive fluidity for a taller cover corner. In my opinion, Ross has a chance to sneak into the first round if he builds on this momentum at next month's combine.
OG Ben Grubbs 6-3 315 Auburn
Kiper: Athletic. Great at pulling and trapping. (late-Round 1 or early-Round 2)
McShay: Grubbs made it very clear that he's far and away the best guard prospect in the 2007 class.
OG Arron Sears 6-3 317 Tennessee
Kiper: Versatile. Good strength, feet, technique. (late-Round 1 or early-Round 2)
DE-OLB Quentin Moses 6-5 249 Georgia
Kiper: Good edge rusher. Could play on feet in 3-4. Needs strength. (Round 2)
DL Brandon Mebane 6-1 304 California
Kiper: Hard worker. Strong. Good leverage. Pushes pocket. (Round 2 or 3)
WR Paul Williams 6-2 210 Fresno State
Kiper: Has size, natural receiving skills. Underrated. (late-Day 1 to early-Day 2)