Senior Bowl 2013: Breaking Down Which Players Improved Draft Position

January 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For graduating seniors across the country, the 2013 Senior Bowl represented a final chance for those selected to demonstrate why they should be coveted by teams at April's NFL Draft.
Obviously, players still have their respective combines to show their stuff, but as far as actual in-game situations go, this is their last shot, and a standout performance at the Senior Bowl can help boost any draft stock. In fact, all three quarterbacks who threw touchdowns at last year's edition of the game, Kirk Cousins, Russell Wilson and Nick Foles, ended up seeing action in the NFL the following season. 
This year, there were a number of draft-hopefuls who were impressive, and a handful who appear to have improved their draft positions, at least heading into the offseason. 
Here's a look at some of the seniors who saw their draft stocks rise as a result of their Senior Bowl performances.
E.J. Manuel
The Florida State standout had a solid senior season, but E.J. Man...

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