6 players who improved their draft stock at the Senior Bowl

[tps_header]There were quite a few players who had outstanding performances in this year’s Senior Bowl. The Senior Bowl is a tool for players to show their talents to NFL scouts and one last opportunity for live football game film. It’s not just the actual game that is evaluated either, as practices and one on ones are also watched closely. Here is a list of six players who collectively had the best week down in Mobile.[/tps_header]

[tps_title]1. Noah Spence[/tps_title]


Noah Spence, DE/LB, Eastern Kentucky

Height: 6-3 Weight: 261
Proj. Round: 1-2

Noah Spence was the most dominant player in the entire Senior Bowl this past week. He looked great in practice and it translated to the game. The offensive tackles of the North had fits blocking him and could not handle Spence’s quickness off the ball. He ended the game with a sack and plenty of proof that he is the real deal. The one question mark on Spence is his off the field troubles. He was forced to transfer from Ohio State after multiple drug-related suspensions.

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