In between the college football bowl games and the NFL scouting combine, the nation's college seniors have one shot to show that they can not only play football well, but play with new teammates and make adjustments on the fly.
On Jan. 25, the Senior Bowl will take place in Mobile, Ala., where those seniors on hand will have a last shot at leaving a good impression on scouts. For lower-end prospects in particular, this is their opportunity to make their presence known and show that they are worthy of being drafted in the earlier rounds.
This year's Senior Bowl roster is stacked not just with mid-round players, but also with players who will likely go in the first round of the draft. Those players are already well known throughout college football and in scouting circles, but a great game on Jan. 25 will put an exclamation point on their college careers.
*Stats from Pro-football-reference.com; list does not include players who declared their attendance the week of December 23