Last week, I wrote an updated New York Giants mock draft after the East-West Shrine Game, a college all-star game that features lesser-known and, in some cases, “small school” prospects. On Saturday, the big dogs came out to compete in the Senior Bowl, and many NFL hopefuls strengthened their draft values.
The Senior Bowl features a North and a South team, each coached by a current NFL team's staff—Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen and his staff led the North squad while Jim Schwartz and his Detroit Lions staff coached the South on Saturday.
A Giants coaching staff hasn’t led a Senior Bowl squad since 1995 when Dan Reeves wore New York’s headset, but according to the Senior Bowl website, over 800 NFL executives and scouts attend the game and week of practices every year.
In the 2013 matchup, the South claimed its 30th victory over the North, 21-16. Click through the slideshow to see which players could have impressed the Giants' scouts in this year’s Senior Bowl.