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

Chris TrapassoAnalyst IJanuary 20, 2014

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr (4) in action against San Jose State during the second half of an NCAA college football game on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013, in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)
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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 NameLast NamePositionCollegeHeightWeight
JaredAbbrederisWRWisconsin6007189
ChrisBorlandOLBWisconsin5113245
ChrisBoswellKRice6020183
TajhBoydQBClemson6006222
JonathanBrownOLBIllinois6004224
DeoneBucannonSAFWashington St6007216
MikeCampanaroWRWake Forest5093191
WillClarkeDEWest Virginia6061271
KainColterWRNorthwestern5106199
PierreDesirCBLindenwood6011195
AhmadDixonSAFBaylor5114205
AaronDonaldDTPittsburgh6007288
KadeemEdwardsOGTennessee St6041309
ShaqEvansWRUCLA6006210
C.J.FiedorowiczTEIowa6055262
DavidFluellenRBToledo5112226
JamesGayleDEVirginia Tech6035255
Ra'ShedeHagemanDTMinnesota6060318
SeantrelHendersonOTMiami (FL)6067331
RobertHerronWRWyoming5087193
RyanHewittFBStanford6040246
GatorHoskinsTEMarshall6011244
JoshHuffWROregon5110201
MarquestonHuffCBWyoming5110198
JeffJanisWRSaginaw Valley6022212
StanleyJean-BaptisteCBNebraska6023215
DontaeJohnsonCBNC State6020199
DaQuanJonesDTPenn State6034323
ChristianKirkseyILBIowa6016234
TylerLarsenOCUtah State6039317
NevinLawsonCBUtah State5097184
IsaiahLewisSAFMichigan State5110205
BrandonLinderOGMiami (FL)6053316
ZackMartinOTNotre Dame6041305
KareemMartinDENorth Carolina6057272
JackMewhortOTOhio State6055306
StephenMorrisQBMiami (FL)6016208
TrentMurphyDEStanford6053252
TylerOttLSHarvard6026252
JacobPedersenTEWisconsin6031242
CyrilRichardsonOGBaylor6044343
WestonRichburgOCColorado State6034300
MichaelSamOLBMissouri6015260
TylerSchofieldOTMichigan6065303
CharlesSimsRBWest Virginia5117214
MarcusSmithOLBLouisville6034258
DezSouthwardSAFWisconsin6001206
ShamarStephenDTUconn6045308
LoganThomasQBVirginia Tech6056250
BrandonThomasOTClemson6034316
KirbyVan Der KampPIowa State6036202
JimmieWardSAFNorthern Illinois5103191
JamesWhiteRBWisconsin5090206
JordanZumwaltOLBUCLA6040231
ZumwaltOLBUCLA60402318 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 NameLast NamePositionCollgeHeightWeight
WalkAikensCBLiberty6005205
AntonioAndrewsRBW.Kentucky5101225
JeremiahAttaochuOLBGeorgia Tech6032252
LaminBarrowOLBLSU6012229
JoelBitonioOTNevada6040307
TerrenceBrooksSFlorida St5110197
DerekCarrQBFresno State6021215
DeandreColemanDTCalifornia6050315
AaronColvinCBOklahoma5113186
MikeDavisWRTexas6002193
JustinDavisCBAuburn5096201
JustinEllisDTLouisiana Tech6017342
DavidFalesQBSan Jose State6013220
DeeFordDEAuburn6021243
JimmyGaroppoloQBE.Illinois6022219
RyanGrantWRTulane6002197
JonHalapioOGFlorida6034320
CodyHoffmanWRBYU6037218
AdrianHubbardOLBAlabama6057255
GabeIkardOCOklahoma6032302
GabeJacksonOGMississippi St6033339
Ja'WuanJamesOTTennessee6061315
MarcelJensenTEFresno State6053264
WesleyJohnsonOGVanderbilt6052290
ChristianJonesOLBFlorida St6033234
KennyLadlerSAFVanderbilt6001200
CraigLostonSAFLSU6003214
ArthurLynchTEGeorgia6044258
CodyMandellPAlabama6022216
JordanMatthewsWRVanderbilt6025209
DanielMcCullersDTTennessee6067348
KeithMcGillCBUtah6030214
JerickMcKinnonRBGeorgia Southern5090209
MorganMosesOTVirginia6061325
AaronMurrayQBGeorgia6003201
KevinNorwoodWRAlabama6020197
CodyParkeyKAuburn6002189
SolomonPattonWRFlorida5084178
JayProschFBAuburn6006256
CaraunReidDTPrinceton6021301
JalenSaundersWROklahoma5086164
TelvinSmithOLBFlorida St6027218
ChrisSmithDEArkansas6011266
EdStinsonDEAlabama6031292
BryanStorkOCFlorida St6034306
WillSuttonDTArizona State6006315
TravisSwansonOCArkansas6050310
LorenzoTaliaferroRBCoastal Carolina6003231
JemeaThomasSAFGeorgia Tech5094190
JordanTrippOLBMontana6026237
BillyTurnerOTNorth Dakota St6050316
BrentUrbanDTVirginia6066298
KyleVan NoyOLBBYU6032244
JaylenWatkinsCBFlorida5113194
LavelleWestbrooksCBGeorgia Southern5113195
MarcusWoodside-HeitLSKansas State6025252
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.