The Senior Bowl is one of the final chances for NFL hopefuls to show off their skills to NFL scouts in a gametime situation. There were a ton of scouts in Mobile, Alabama this week and it looks like they have found some names that have been very impressive.
One player that helped his draft stock the most was North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz, who now many believe will be the first quarterback taken in April. He joined seven other players as winners of the scouts’ Senior Bowl awards.
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Louisiana Tech running back Kenneth Dixon is second on the all-time list for most career NCAA touchdowns, just behind former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds. Harlan Miller has helped out his draft stock a lot too, especially being a FCS prospect.
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