Senior Bowl 2012: 7 Players Who Helped Their Stock

Matt Miller@nfldraftscoutNFL Draft Lead WriterFebruary 4, 2012


With the 2012 Senior Bowl in the bag, our lead scout takes a look at which players have helped their cause the most with a dominant performance on the field and in interviews during the week-long job interviews in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Top names like Brandon Weeden and Russell Wilson put on impressive displays in practice, but will so-so performances in the actual game hurt their stock? A weak crop at quarterback has NFL teams hoping the two signal-callers can increase their value.

 

Bleacher Report’s lead NFL draft scout Matt Miller takes a look at the top seven players who helped their grades the most after the 2012 Senior Bowl. You just might be surprised to see who does and who does not make the grade.

 

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