Senior Bowl 2016: Results and Prospects Who Boosted Draft Stock at Showcase

January 31, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The first major step of the 2016 NFL draft process is complete after the South upended the North in Saturday's Senior Bowl.
There, Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott took home the Most Outstanding Player award in the 27-16 win, throwing for 61 yards and a score and rushing for another 13 to take away attention from potential first-round prospect and North leader Carson Wentz.
Arkansas' Brandon Allen pitched in with 106 yards of his own for the South, while Aaron Green and Kenyan Drake both rushed for scores. For the North, a seemingly loaded lineup under center, including Wentz, Jeff Driskel, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, only managed 220 yards and a touchdown.
Several players boosted stock in a massive way throughout the process. It's important to note that observers have to take the entire process into account, not just a game with no chemistry between the players and time to learn plays. Those players who benefited from the entire week the most rest below.

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