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Senior Bowl 2012: Isaiah Pead and Players Who Boosted Their Draft Stock

January 29, 2012   ·   Austin Green   ·   Jump to comments

Several of college football's finest upperclassmen boosted their NFL draft stock with strong performances in the 2012 Senior Bowl.
Just like the American Civil War, the North defeated the South, this time by the score of 23-13. Of course, winning isn't the main goal of this game.
The annual event is a prime opportunity for players to impress pro scouts, as representatives from all 32 NFL teams flock like locusts to Mobile, Alabama.
The following three prospects took advantage of the spotlight on Saturday.
 
Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas
Joe Adams didn't get a lot of headlines this year, but he made his presence known at the Senior Bowl.
The 5'11", 174-pound wide receiver had six catches for 116 yards. He failed to reach the endzone, but he consistently shredded the North's secondary.
Adams had a good senior season at Arkansas, catching 54 passes for 652 yards and three touchdowns. He also had four touchdowns on punt returns, including one in the ...

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