North South Senior Bowl 2012: TV Schedule, Live Stream, Spread Info and More

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North South Senior Bowl 2012: TV Schedule, Live Stream, Spread Info and More
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The 2012 Senior Bowl is loaded with tons of talent, all hoping to impress NFL scouts as we get closer and closer to the 2012 NFL draft. 

This is the final game that these players can showcase their skills to improve their draft stock. Sure, pre-draft workouts always help, but when players succeed in a game, it does much more for their draft status. 

There are several first-round caliber players in the Senior Bowl this year, as well as some border-line first-round players who really need to shine on Saturday. 

With that said, let's take a look at some specifics of this all-star showdown. 

 

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When: Saturday, Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. CST 

Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, AL  

Watch: NFL Network

 

Spread 

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Roster and Weigh-In Results 

North Team

Player

College

Pos 

Ht

Wt

Arm

Hand

Mike Adams

Ohio State

OL

6070

323

33 3/4

11

Tony Bergstrom

Utah

OL

6054

315

31 3/8

9

Mike Brewster

Ohio State

OL

6042

310

31

9 5/8

Audie Cole

North Carolina State

LB

6041

248

32 1/4

10

Kirk Cousins

Michigan State

QB

6022

209

31 1/4

9 7/8

Jack Crawford

Penn State

DL

6047

268

33 1/2

10 1/8

Vinny Curry

Marshall

DL

6030

265

32

9 1/4

Lavonte David

Nebraska

LB

6004

225

31 1/8

8 1/

 

   

 

 

 

Alfonzo Dennard

Nebraska

DB

5100

203

30

9 1/4

Michael Egnew

Missouri

TE

6052

251

32 1/2

9 3/4

Brady Ewing

Wisconsin

OH

5115

241

 

10 1/4

Jamell Fleming

Oklahoma

DB

5105

202

30 7/8

9 1/2

Donnie Fletcher

Boston College

DB

6002

201

30

8 7/8

Garth Gerhart

Arizona State

OL

6011

301

32 7/8

9 5/8

TJ Graham

North Carolina State

WR

5113

182

31 3/4

9 1/4

Daniel Herron

Ohio State

OH

5092

212

31 5/8

9

Emil Igwenagu

Massachusetts

TE

6011

245

33 1/8

9 1/8

George Iloka

Boise State

DB

6035

222

33 7/8

9 5/8

Asa Jackson

Cal Poly

DB

5097

193

28 5/8

8 3/4

Cameron Johnson

Virginia

DL

6036

267

32 1/2

8 7/8

James-Michael Johnson

Nevada

LB

6011

249

32 3/4

9 5/8

Leonard Johnson

Iowa State

DB

5097

198

28 3/4

8

Marvin Jones

California

WR

6017

198

32 7/8

10

Senio Kelemete

Washington

OL

6034

300

32 3/4

9 5/8

Brian Linthicum

Michigan State

TE

6036

249

32 5/8

9 3/4

Anthony Lynn

Penn State

DB

5115

205

29

8 3/8

Doug Martin

Boise State

OH

5090

219

29 7/8

9 1/8

Mike Martin

Michigan

DL

6012

307

31 3/4

9 3/8

Shea McClellin

Boise State

DL

6032

248

 31  3/4

10 1/8

Marvin McNutt

Iowa

WR

6024

216

31 5/8

10 1/8

Kellen Moore

Boise State

QB

5116

191

29 7/8

9 3/8

Kelechi Osemele

Iowa State

OL

6053

333

35 1/4

10 3/8

Isaiah Pead

Cincinnati

OH

5097

193

31

8 5/8

Chris Polk

Washington

OH

5104

224

31 7/8

9 3/4

DeVier Posey

Ohio State

WR

6015

209

31 3/8

9 1/4

Brian Quick

Appalachian State

WR

6034

222

33 1/2

9 7/8

Kendall Reyes

Connecticut

DL

6037

300

32 5/8

9 1/2

Gerell Robinson

Arizona State

WR

6031

223

32 1/2

10

Trenton Robinson

Michigan State

DB

5094

193

30 7/8

9 3/4

Mitchell Schwartz

California

OL

6051

317

33 1/8

10

Harrison Smith

Notre Dame

DB

6016

212

32

10 1/8

Alameda Ta’amu

Washington

DL

6024

341

31 1/8

9 7/8

Johnnie Troutman

Penn State

OL

6041

325

33

9 3/4

Bobby Wagner

Utah State

LB

6002

241

32 1/2

9 7/8

Russell Wilson

Wisconsin

QB

5105

203

31 1/4

10

Billy Winn

Boise State

DL

6033

296

31 3/4

9 1/8

Derek Wolfe

Cincinnati

DL

6047

286

32 7/8

10 3/4

Kevin Zeitler

Wisconsin

OL

6037

315

32 1/2

10 1/8

 

South Team 

Player

College

Pos

Ht

 Wt

   Arm

 Hand

Emmanuel Acho

Texas

LB

6010

235

32 1/2

9 7/8

Joe Adams

Arkansas

WR

5104

174

31 3/8

9 3/8

Antonio Allen

South Carolina

DB

6012

202

31 7/8

9 3/8

Jeff Allen

Illinois

OL

6040

306

33 1/4

10 1/8

Vick Ballard

Mississippi State

OH

5101

217

31 1/8

9 1/2

Dwight Bentley

La-Lafayette

DB

5097

176

29 1/2

7 7/8

Jake Bequette

Arkansas

DL

6044

264

32 1/4

9 1/4

Will Blackwell

LSU

OL

6034

314

33 3/4

10 1/2

Philip Blake

Baylor

OL

6023

312

31 7/8

9 3/4

Jarrett Boykin

Virginia Tech

WR

5092

183

30 3/4

9 1/8

Nigel Bradham

Florida State

OLB

6015

237

33 1/4

10 3/8

Andre Branch

Clemson

DL

 

 

 

 

James Brown

Troy

OL

6034

307

33 3/8

10 1/4

Zach Brown

North Carolina

LB

6013

236

32 1/2

9 3/8

Quinton Coples

North Carolina

DL

6056

281

33 1/8

10 1/8

Juron Criner

Arizona

WR

6021

220

31 3/8

10 1/2

Chad Diehl

Clemson

OH

6014

257

30 3/8

9 7/8

Patrick Edwards

Houston

WR

5087

168

29 3/8

8 1/2

Nick Foles

Arizona

QB

6050

244

33

10 3/4

Jeff Fuller

Texas A&M

WR

6041

217

34 1/8

9 3/8

Terrance Ganaway

Baylor

OH

5114

241

31 3/4

9 1/2

Cordy Glenn

Georgia

OL

6054

346

35 1/8

10

Cyrus Gray

Texas A&M

OH

5102

198

29 3/8

9

Ladarius Green

La-Lafayette

TE

6056

237

32 7/8

10

Casey Hayward

Vanderbilt

DB

5110

188

30 1/7

8 7/8

Jaye Howard

Florida

DL

6030

292

32 1/8

10 1/8

Melvin Ingram

South Carolina

DL

6017

276

30 1/2

9 1/4

Janoris Jenkins

North Alabama

DB

5096

191

30 3/8

8 1/4

Tony Jerod-Eddie

Texas A&M

DL

6040

303

34 3/8

9 1/4

Ben Jones

Georgia

OL

6025

304

32 1/4

9 5/8

Dwight Jones

North Carolina

WR

6031

226

33 5/8

9

Ryan Lindley

San Diego State

QB

6036

229

32 1/4

10 1/8

Markelle Martin

Oklahoma State

DB

6006

203

31 1/8

8 1/2

Marquis Maze

Alabama

WR

5076

184

29 3/8

9

Matt McCants

UAB

OL

6055

309

35

8 3/4

DeQuan Menzie

Alabama

DB

5104

195

29 5/8

8 1/2

Deangelo Peterson

LSU

TE

6027

230

32

9 1/2

Tydreke Powell

North Carolina

DL

6023

309

31 7/8

9 7/8

Chris Rainey

Florida

OH

5083

178

30 3/4

9 1/2

Kheeston Randall

Texas

DL

6044

297

33

9 1/2

Keenan Robinson

Texas

OLB

6031

240

32 3/4

9 7/8

Zebrie Sanders

Florida State

OL

6054

308

34 5/8

11

Brad Smelley

Alabama

TE

6017

233

32 1/8

9 5/8

Sean Spence

Miami-Fl

LB

5113

228

30 5/8

9 3/8

Ryan Steed

Furman

DB

5103

190

32

9

Brandon Taylor

LSU

DB

5111

202

31 1/2

9 1/8

Brandon Thompson

Clemson

DL

6020

311

32 5/8

9 5/8

Courtney Upshaw

Alabama

DL

6014

273

31 1/2

8 5/8

William Vlachos

Alabama

OL

6003

306

30

9 1/8

Brandon Weeden

Oklahoma State

QB

6034

219

30 5/8

9 1/2

 

North Team Elite Prospects 

 

Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska 

Viewed as a possible first-round draft pick, Dennard is arguably the best corner in the Senior Bowl.

Cornerback is a deep position in the draft, with several skilled athletes likely to be picked in Round 1. Dennard will need to have a solid game in order for scouts to continue to view him as a first rounder.

Plus, Dennard was ejected during his last game, so scouts will keep an eye on him to see if he stays calm in heated situations.

 

Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State 

After checking in at 6'7" and 323 pounds, Adams is receiving high praise at the Senior Bowl. The offensive line is another deep position in the draft, and Adams is likely to be a first-round pick.

If Adams is able to dominate in the trenches against some of the South team's best players, then he could jump up draft boards and possibly be considered as a Top 15 or Top 20 pick. 

The South team is loaded with first-round talent on defense, so Adams can really help his draft stock by playing well. 

 

Chris Polk, RB, Washington

A border-line first-round draft pick, Polk has to have a stand-out performance on Saturday. Anything less could prevent him from being drafted to a good team late in the first round. 

Seeing Polk go up against better defenders will have a huge impact on where he ends up being drafted. 

Listed at 5'10", 224 pounds, Polk will have to display his power and speed in hopes of blowing the scouts away with his skills. 

 

South Team Elite Prospects 

 

Courtney Upshaw, LB, Aabama

After an impressive performance in the BCS National Championship Game, Upshaw doesn't really need to go over the top in the Senior Bowl. 

He's a lock for the first round, but he could squeeze into the Top 10 by crushing his opponents on Saturday. Pre-draft workouts will also be very kind to Upshaw because of his great motor and size. 

Listed at 6'1", 273 pounds, Upshaw is only going to get stronger in the NFL, and one team will be ecstatic once they draft him.  

 

Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina 

Coples is a sure-fire first-round draft pick, and he greatly benefits from the fact that this year's defensive end class isn't as strong as recent years. 

This past season wasn't as good as he hoped for, which is why he dropped from the discussions of being a top draft pick. There's still a chance—albeit a small one—he lands in the Top 10, though. 

A dominant showing at the Senior Bowl will get people talking about Coples much more, which is always a good thing as we get closer and closer to the NFL draft. 

 

Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 

The former South Carolina Gamecock thrives on getting after the quarterback, and he'll need to do it often at the Senior Bowl. 

Another lock for the first round, Ingram has the potential to sky rocket up draft boards with a great game, as well as showing off in pre-draft workouts. 

Ingram is likely to go in the late first round, but depending on team needs and his performance on Saturday, he could get drafted sooner. 

 

North Team Player With Most to Prove 

Running back Doug Martin checked in at the Senior Bowl at 5'9", 219 pounds. His size really hurts his draft stock, but he can make up for it with a great game on Saturday. 

Having played against weaker competition at Boise State, Martin has to show he can compete with the big boys of college football. 

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The South team is loaded with skilled defenders, so an impressive performance by Martin will do wonders for his draft stock. 

 

South Team Player With Most to Prove 

Wide receiver Marquis Maze is a very skilled athlete, but his size is a crushing blow to his draft status. He was listed at 5'10", but when he arrived at the Senior Bowl, he measured in at 5'7", 184 pounds. 

His speed and agility are what will catch the eyes of NFL scouts, but his height is not ideal for an NFL wide receiver. 

Maze is a super return man, so he will need to make big plays at the Senior Bowl in order to make the scouts forget about his size. 

 

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