2014 Senior Bowl: Complete List of Weigh-in Results for Every Prospect

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2014 Senior Bowl: Complete List of Weigh-in Results for Every Prospect
TONY AVELAR/Associated Press

The 2014 Senior Bowl got underway in the charming city of Mobile, Alabama, on Monday, January 20th with the official weigh-ins of all the NFL draft prospects in attendance. 

Performed in a large convention center ball room on a stage with stadium seating and floor chairs in front, the weigh-in process couldn't have been much more of a spectacle. 

Scouts, general mangers, head coaches, coordinators and media members looked in and furiously jotted down the heights and weights of all 110 Senior Bowl participants. 

The weigh-in list is below. As an example, a height listing of "6037" means 6'3" and 7/10 of an inch.

 

North Team
First Name Last Name Position College Height Weight
Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin 6007 189
Chris Borland OLB Wisconsin 5113 245
Chris Boswell K Rice 6020 183
Tajh Boyd QB Clemson 6006 222
Jonathan Brown OLB Illinois 6004 224
Deone Bucannon SAF Washington St 6007 216
Mike Campanaro WR Wake Forest 5093 191
Will Clarke DE West Virginia 6061 271
Kain Colter WR Northwestern 5106 199
Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood 6011 195
Ahmad Dixon SAF Baylor 5114 205
Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh 6007 288
Kadeem Edwards OG Tennessee St 6041 309
Shaq Evans WR UCLA 6006 210
C.J. Fiedorowicz TE Iowa 6055 262
David Fluellen RB Toledo 5112 226
James Gayle DE Virginia Tech 6035 255
Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota 6060 318
Seantrel Henderson OT Miami (FL) 6067 331
Robert Herron WR Wyoming 5087 193
Ryan Hewitt FB Stanford 6040 246
Gator Hoskins TE Marshall 6011 244
Josh Huff WR Oregon 5110 201
Marqueston Huff CB Wyoming 5110 198
Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley 6022 212
Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska 6023 215
Dontae Johnson CB NC State 6020 199
DaQuan Jones DT Penn State 6034 323
Christian Kirksey ILB Iowa 6016 234
Tyler Larsen OC Utah State 6039 317
Nevin Lawson CB Utah State 5097 184
Isaiah Lewis SAF Michigan State 5110 205
Brandon Linder OG Miami (FL) 6053 316
Zack Martin OT Notre Dame 6041 305
Kareem Martin DE North Carolina 6057 272
Jack Mewhort OT Ohio State 6055 306
Stephen Morris QB Miami (FL) 6016 208
Trent Murphy DE Stanford 6053 252
Tyler Ott LS Harvard 6026 252
Jacob Pedersen TE Wisconsin 6031 242
Cyril Richardson OG Baylor 6044 343
Weston Richburg OC Colorado State 6034 300
Michael Sam OLB Missouri 6015 260
Tyler Schofield OT Michigan 6065 303
Charles Sims RB West Virginia 5117 214
Marcus Smith OLB Louisville 6034 258
Dez Southward SAF Wisconsin 6001 206
Shamar Stephen DT Uconn 6045 308
Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech 6056 250
Brandon Thomas OT Clemson 6034 316
Kirby Van Der Kamp P Iowa State 6036 202
Jimmie Ward SAF Northern Illinois 5103 191
James White RB Wisconsin 5090 206
Jordan Zumwalt OLB UCLA 6040 231
Zumwalt OLB UCLA 6040 231 8 1/2

Firsthand

Notes

  • For a speedy slot wideout who could find himself in a Wes Welker-esque role at the next level, Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro is solidly built at 5'9 and 3/10 of an inch and 191 pounds. He looked thick in the upper body. 
  • Pittsburgh defensive lineman Aaron Donald wasn't expected to weigh in at a "traditional" defensive tackle size, but at 6'0" an 7/10 of an inch and 288 pounds, he was the most impressive physical specimen on the North squad. His shoulders and arms are bulky and defined and his lower half is massive.
  • Nebraska's Stanley Jean-Baptiste is one large cornerback, which bodes well for him in today's NFL. Although he wasn't shredded, at 6'2 and 3/10 of an inch and 215 pounds, he'll draw plenty of interest around the league based on his size alone.
  • Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas is nearly as big as advertised at 6'5" and 3/4 of an inch and 250 pounds. He wasn't lacking in strength department. 
  • Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson is massive as expected, but his physique isn't particularly defined. For as powerful as he is, he could actually add some muscle while getting a little leaner.
  • Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd's measurement at just 6'0'' is a bit disappointing yet not stunning.

South Team
First Name Last Name Position Collge Height Weight
Walk Aikens CB Liberty 6005 205
Antonio Andrews RB W.Kentucky 5101 225
Jeremiah Attaochu OLB Georgia Tech 6032 252
Lamin Barrow OLB LSU 6012 229
Joel Bitonio OT Nevada 6040 307
Terrence Brooks S Florida St 5110 197
Derek Carr QB Fresno State 6021 215
Deandre Coleman DT California 6050 315
Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma 5113 186
Mike Davis WR Texas 6002 193
Justin Davis CB Auburn 5096 201
Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech 6017 342
David Fales QB San Jose State 6013 220
Dee Ford DE Auburn 6021 243
Jimmy Garoppolo QB E.Illinois 6022 219
Ryan Grant WR Tulane 6002 197
Jon Halapio OG Florida 6034 320
Cody Hoffman WR BYU 6037 218
Adrian Hubbard OLB Alabama 6057 255
Gabe Ikard OC Oklahoma 6032 302
Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi St 6033 339
Ja'Wuan James OT Tennessee 6061 315
Marcel Jensen TE Fresno State 6053 264
Wesley Johnson OG Vanderbilt 6052 290
Christian Jones OLB Florida St 6033 234
Kenny Ladler SAF Vanderbilt 6001 200
Craig Loston SAF LSU 6003 214
Arthur Lynch TE Georgia 6044 258
Cody Mandell P Alabama 6022 216
Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt 6025 209
Daniel McCullers DT Tennessee 6067 348
Keith McGill CB Utah 6030 214
Jerick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern 5090 209
Morgan Moses OT Virginia 6061 325
Aaron Murray QB Georgia 6003 201
Kevin Norwood WR Alabama 6020 197
Cody Parkey K Auburn 6002 189
Solomon Patton WR Florida 5084 178
Jay Prosch FB Auburn 6006 256
Caraun Reid DT Princeton 6021 301
Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma 5086 164
Telvin Smith OLB Florida St 6027 218
Chris Smith DE Arkansas 6011 266
Ed Stinson DE Alabama 6031 292
Bryan Stork OC Florida St 6034 306
Will Sutton DT Arizona State 6006 315
Travis Swanson OC Arkansas 6050 310
Lorenzo Taliaferro RB Coastal Carolina 6003 231
Jemea Thomas SAF Georgia Tech 5094 190
Jordan Tripp OLB Montana 6026 237
Billy Turner OT North Dakota St 6050 316
Brent Urban DT Virginia 6066 298
Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU 6032 244
Jaylen Watkins CB Florida 5113 194
Lavelle Westbrooks CB Georgia Southern 5113 195
Marcus Woodside-Heit LS Kansas State 6025 252

Firsthand

Notes

  • Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr measured just above the 6'2'' mark. That'll help him during this predraft process. 
  • San Jose State quarterback David Fales was expected to measure in below his listed height of 6'3'' and he did. However, at 6'1 and 3/10 of an inch, teams won't go too crazy over his stature.
  • Fresno State tight end Marcel Jensen boasts a substantial lower half, although his top half could use some tone. At 6'5'' and some change and 264 pounds, he has NFL-caliber size for his position.
  • Vanderbilt wideout Jordan Matthews is a respectable 6'2 and 1/2 of an inch and 210 pounds. With about 10 more pounds on him, he'll be in that perfect possession receiver mold. He is built, but not overly cut. 
  • Florida State linebacker Christian Jones was one of the more stunning prospects at the weigh-in. At 6'3 and 3/10 of an inch and 234 pounds, the Seminoles thumper is very sculpted. 
  • Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton is a bit undersized at 6'0" and 3/4 of an inch, but the most noticeable thing about him is his large stomach and lack of any type of definition. 
  • Oklahoma wideout Jalen Saunders' weight is a concern at 164 pounds.
  • Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has a fantastic opportunity to make a big impression this week and measuring in at over 6'2'' will help him from a physical standpoint. 

 

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