NFL Draft: Winners & Losers from the Senior Bowl

January 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2013 Senior Bowl is in the books, and there was no shortage of noteworthy performances. The South triumphed over the North 21-16, but the score is irrelevant for NFL decision-makers. The real value from this game comes from on-the-field scouting of some of college's best football players.
Ezekial Ansah (DE, BYU)—Ansah was dominant throughout the entire game, disrupting plays against the run and pass. Ansah elevated his stock the most in this game and may have pushed himself into the top 10.
Kawann Short (DT, Purdue)—Short worked in tandem with Ansah on a number of defensive fronts and wreaked havoc on opposing quarterbacks. In a deep defensive line class, Short displayed power and consistency that will make him a first-round pick. 
Johnathan Franklin (RB, UCLA)—With limited carries for running backs at the Senior Bowl, Franklin showcased the greatest blend of speed and vision. This UCLA star flashed talent similar to Isaiah P...

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