The three quickest days in my calendar year seem to be the three days in Mobile, Alabama where PewterReport.com is on-site for the Senior Bowl. There is so much to pack in those three days. It’s not just about how the players perform on the field, though that, of course, is a big part of it. There are interviews to do, scouts, agents and general managers to catch up with and learn from – it’s a big deal.
No matter how you learn the information you do, those who attend the Senior Bowl surely leave with more knowledge than they came, with and that was the case this year. On the field, prospects began their journeys of turning potential into reality. For some, it was them moving up in stock. For others, Senior Bowl week didn’t help them out as much – and in some cases may have hurt their cause.
On the next few pages, we’re going to go position-by-position and identify a most impressive and a most disappointing player from each category. Now, most impressive is pretty self-explanatory with a player performing well, but I did want to clarify that, for this article, the “most disappointing” player might not have necessarily been the player who performed the worst in that group, but rather may have just been the one who I thought would have been much better than whatever we saw over the course of those three days relative to their hype or their tape.