2011 NFL Draft: Latest News and Top Prospects For This Year's NFL Draft
The Super Bowl is upon us and that means the remaining 30 NFL franchises are already at work for next season.
With the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers taking this week to prepare before the week long extravaganza that will be Super Bowl XLV, a good amount of next season's rookies are getting their first taste of NFL coaching at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
Last week we got some big names out at the East-West Shrine Game, but this week the stars are out in force.
First round potential talents such as Wisconsin's Gabe Carimi, Boston College's Anthony Castonzo, Purdue's Ryan Kerrigan, Oregon State's Stephen Paea, Colorado's Nate Solder, and Washington's Jake Locker highlight the North team.
The South squad is no slouch either and features potential first round picks like Texas A&M's Von Miller, Mississippi State's Derek Sherrod, Miami's Allen Bailey and Arkansas' DeMarcus Love.
It's a busy, but exciting week for prospects, coaches and scouts alike; keep it here for all the latest news on the 2011 NFL Draft.