Senior Bowl Stock Report: Who’s Up, Who’s Down As Practices Conclude

January 28, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The game is still set to be played, but many scouts are already on their way out of Mobile, Ala. as padded practices have ended for the 2011 Senior Bowl.
As with every year, there have been some questions answered and some careers made after three days of full practice. Let's take a look at both the highs and lows of the past week.
Luke Stocker, TE- Tennessee
Stocker had three solid days of practice, cementing himself as perhaps the best all-around TE in the draft and a possible first round pick. He has incredible athleticism, was a willing and able blocker and soft hands in the receiving game. 
Cedric Thornton, DE- Southern Arkansas
Every year there is a small school player who proves that he has what it takes to make plays against top competition. Last year it was Alex Carrington who had an exceptional Senior Bowl and wound up as a third-round pick for the Bills. This year it's Thornton. He might not make the th...

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