2012 NFL Draft: 5 Players Whose Stock Dropped Most in Senior Bowl

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Players Whose Stock Dropped Most in Senior Bowl
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Did Kellen Moore hurt his draft stock during the Senior Bowl?

Year after year, the Senior Bowl is viewed as an opportunity for NFL hopefuls to prove themselves in anticipation of April's NFL draft. Some prospects, such as North Carolina's Quinton Coples, Cincinnati's Isiah Pead and Arkansas' Joe Adams, took full advantage of this opportunity by impressing throughout the week of practice, as well as in the game.

And then, there were those who failed to showcase their skills successfully. Let's take a look at the players whose stocks suffered the most as a result of the Senior Bowl.

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