Senior Bowl Who interests you?

Alright it’s a little early but looking at the roster I’m interested in a lot of these guys and might as well discuss who you’re interested in.

2023 Senior Bowl roster reveal: What you need to know (

Jaren Hall

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Tyson Bagent, Shepherd
Max Duggan, TCU
Jake Haener, Fresno State
Jaren Hall, BYU
Clayton Tune, Houston


Chase Brown, Illinois
Eric Gray, Oklahoma
Evan Hull, Northwestern
Roschon Johnson, Texas
Kenny McIntosh, Georgia
Camerun Peoples, Appalachian State
Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky
Tyjae Spears, Tulane
Josh Whyle, Cincinnati (FB)
Brayden Willis, Oklahoma (FB)


Ronnie Bell, Michigan
Derius Davis, TCU
Nathaniel Dell, Houston
Elijah Higgins, Stanford (WR/TE)
Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
Andrei Iosivas, Princeton
Charlie Jones, Purdue
Jonathan Mingo, Mississippi
Puka Nacua, BYU
Trey Palmer, Nebraska
Jayden Reed, Michigan State
Rashee Rice, SMU
Tre Tucker, Cincinnati
Jalen Wayne, South Alabama
Dontayvion Wicks, Virginia
Michael Wilson, Stanford


Davis Allen, Clemson
Payne Durham, Purdue
Cameron Latu, Alabama
Will Mallory, Miami
Luke Musgrave, Oregon State


Jake Andrews, Troy
Steve Avila, TCU
Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse
Nick Broeker, Mississippi
McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga
Jaelyn Duncan, Maryland
Emil Ekiyor Jr., Alabama
Alex Forsyth, Oregon
Blake Freeland, BYU
Richard Gouraige, Florida
Ryan Hayes, Michigan
Dawand Jones, Ohio State
Cody Mauch, North Dakota State
Wanya Morris, Oklahoma
Olusegun Oluwatimi, Michigan
Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame
Asim Richards, North Carolina
Nick Saldiveri, Old Dominion
John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota
Tyler Steen, Alabama
O'Cyrus Torrence, Florida
Andrew Vorhees, USC
Darnell Wright, Tennessee


Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern
Andre Carter II, Army
YaYa Diaby, Louisville
Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame
Ali Gaye, LSU
Derick Hall, Auburn
Nick Hampton, Appalachian State
Zach Harrison, Ohio State
K.J. Henry, Clemson
Dylan Horton, TCU
Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan
DJ Johnson, Oregon
Isaiah Land, Florida A&M
Eku Leota, Auburn
Will McDonald IV, Iowa State
Isaiah McGuire, Missouri
Tavius Robinson, Mississippi
Keion White, Georgia Tech
Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech
Byron Young, Tennessee


Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin
Karl Brooks, Bowling Green
Jerrod Clark, Coastal Carolina
DJ Dale, Alabama
Siaki Ika, Baylor
Tyler Lacy, Oklahoma State
Zacch Pickens, South Carolina
Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma
Byron Young, Alabama
Cameron Young II, Mississippi State


SirVocea Dennis, Pittsburgh
Daiyan Henley, Washington State
Cam Jones, Indiana
Carlton Martial, Troy
Aubrey Miller Jr., Jackson State
DeMarvion Overshown, Texas
Ivan Pace Jr., Cincinnati
Owen Pappoe, Auburn
Henry To'oTo'o, Alabama
Dorian Williams, Tulane


Jakorian Bennett, Maryland
Julius Brents, Kansas State
Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech
Anthony Johnson, Virginia
Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford
Darrell Luter Jr., South Alabama
Jartavius Martin, Illinois
Riley Moss, Iowa
Darius Rush, South Carolina
Tyrique Stevenson, Miami
Devon Witherspoon, Illinois
Rejzohn Wright, Oregon State


Jordan Battle, Alabama
Ji'Ayir Brown, Penn State
Sydney Brown, Illinois
DeMarcco Hellams, Alabama
Kaevon Merriweather, Iowa
Jammie Robinson, Florida State
Daniel Scott, California
JL Skinner, Boise State
Christopher Smith, Georgia
Jay Ward, LSU


Bryce Baringer, Michigan State (P)
Adam Korsak, Rutgers (P)
Jack Podlesny, Georgia (K)
Chad Ryland, Maryland (K)
Robert Soderholm, VMI (LS)
Alex Ward, UCF (LS)

Definitely not trey palmer. Great college wr who wont do much in nfl.

Could have some good battles between OGs and DTs…. with several players on that list already being discussed around here.

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Surprised that they are calling Josh Whyle a FB, he’s a TE but maybe Cincinnati had him playing some lead blocker in the backfield. If so, I would consider him as a replacement for Cabinda. We save $2 million if we cut Cabinda, he is set to make $2.5 and has a $500,000 dead cap hit.

Looks like he was doing exactly that. He may be an UDFA as most teams don’t use a FB. He’s exactly the kind of guy Holmes would take, a guy who can give you play at more than one position. I would assume he’s decent at blocking from the TE position as well and the bonus is he can catch the ball from the FB position, something they experimented with a couple times last season with Cabinda.

"Kiper rated senior tight end Josh Whyle as his second-best H-Back/Fullback. ESPN colleague Matt Miller also placed Whyle second on the same list.

Dive into the tight end’s role this season and it’s easier to understand why those two are scouting him in a new position. Whyle has lined up in H-Back/Fullback blocking positions for much of the year. He’s been a big reason why the Bearcats rushing attack has popped when it has."

And he still caught 32 passes for 326 yards and 3 TD’s.

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I always like watching the lines go at each other 1v1 in the practices leading up.

I want to see guys like Ivan Pace and he stacks up with SEC guys like Owen Pappoe (who is just extremely athletic) and To’oTo’o’

The running backs should be interesting. So much late round talent.

It’ll be nice to get a look at these corners too.

Saiki Ika - sheaky ala freaky .


Kyu Blu Kelly

Riley Moss

JL Skinner

Ji’Ayir Brown


DeMarvion Overshown

Andrew Vorhees

O’Cyrus Torrence

Cody Mauch

Rashee Rice

Roschon Johnson

Max Duggan

Oline & Dline groups look solid

The rest of the position groups seem underwhelming.

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Jake Haener
Clayton Thune
Kenny McIntosh, Georgia
Tyjae Spears, Tulane
Andre Iosivas
Trey Palmer
Rashee Rice
Luke Musgrave
Davis Allen
Cody Mauch
Jalen Duncan
Jarrett Patterson
Blake Freeland
Nick Hampton (love him as a pass rusher. Curious to see him in space)
Isaiah Foskey
Derek Hall
Siaki Ika
Ivan Pace Jr
Daiyan Henley
Karl Brooks
Jartavius Martin (at CB :thinking:)
Kyu Blu Kelly
Riley Moss
Sydney Brown
JL Skinner
Jammie Robinson

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Curious why you say that. Speed tends to travel and he’s got darn near world class speed.

The problem with the Senior Bowl is that you get very few “looks” at the players unless you’re a coach, which is a huge advantage.

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Specifically, I want to see the OG group as many are very similar when you look at how they are graded. I want to see how they play inside but also if they can get to the 2nd level and how well they block on the move. I think that those are key traits with Ben Johnson’s playbook.

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I agree the coverage has really gone down over the past few years. You’re almost better off just reading the reports of people you trust who were there. The OL vs DL drills are still fun, but they favor the DL so much they’re not really pertinent to the game. On the flip side the DB vs. WR favors the offense too much to really matter. It does give you a good idea how a guy moves in space though.

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By far the biggest thing I look for is how a guy does things that he wasn’t asked to do in college a ton but will have to do as a pro.

Nick Hampton, who as you know is one of my absolute faves, has a chance to show how he can play off the ball. If it impresses he can move way up as the pass rushing skills are evident.

I have no idea why he gets so slept on by the way. Super impactful defender at App. st.

I’ve seen him rise up the boards. Yeah, the Senior Bowl is important for guys like him trying to do new things. I’ll never forget watching this safety from BYU a few years back shifting to LB and just absolutely showing out. Now he’s one of if not the best LB in the game.

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App St. would use his range to cover the flats but I can’t recall seeing him in more traditional frops very often. Though I’m going mostly off game curs on Youtube so perhaps those reps just got edited out.

I don’t think hes a great route runner. A lot of his big plays were just fly routes. Yes, he’s fast but dbs in the nfl are also just as fast. He wont be able to rely on his speed as much imo.

CB-Devon Witherspoon-Best CB in the draft!

CB-Riley Moss- just a playmaker

WR- Charlie Jones

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All the QBs

Chase brown/Chris Rodriguez/Tyjae Spears for RB
Ronnie Brown/Jayden reed/puka nukua for WR
Nick Broeker/Emil Ekiyor/OO/Andrew Vorhees for o line
Andre Carter/Keeanu Benton for D Line
Sirvoncea Davis/Damarvion Overshown for LB
Riley moss/Devon weatherspoon for CB
All the safeties