The Reese's Senior Bowl took place on Saturday in Mobile, Alabama — a chance for NFL front office personnel and coaches to get a front row seat to watch some of the top prospects in this year's draft.
After practices all week and the game on Saturday — in which the South beat the North 16-14 — here are 7 players who stood out.
The Senior Bowl has long been considered a pre-draft event at which prospects will only ever have something to gain.
After a full week of team practices, and the North and South teams coming together for a game Saturday afternoon, there are a number of players who have helped do just that, bolstering their stocks looking ahead to April.
|Davis Webb, QB, Cal|
The former Texas Tech and Cal quarterback earned MVP honors after completing 11 of 16 passes for 165 yards and one touchdown.
|Matthew Dayes, RB, NC State|
Like Hunt, Dayes had a big day at the running back position, rushing for 66 yards and a touchdown. He tallied a game-high 9.4 yards per run on his seven carries.
|Zay Jones, WR, East Carolina|
Jones had a monster afternoon with six catches for 68 yards — and that doesn't include the two touchdown catches which were eventually called back.
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|Josh Reynolds, WR, Texas A&M|
Reynolds was Webb's favorite target all afternoon, catching six balls for 96 yards and one touchdown.
|Derek Rivers DE/OLB, Youngstown State|
Rivers — a small school defender from Youngstown State — had a big game, which included a sack in the third quarter.
|Duke Riley, LB, LSU|
The LSU linebacker was all over the field, finishing with seven tackles (including four solo) for the South squad.