Taking the game, itself, as well as the all-important week of practice into consideration, here are the 10 players who helped their NFL stock the most at the Senior Bowl, followed by five players who were unable to answer scouts' concerns.
Undersized but under-appreciated no longer, Wyoming defensive back Marqueston Huff and Northern Illinois' Jimmie Ward were among the standouts during the Wednesday morning's North Team practice at the Senior Bowl.
In what is expected to be his final collegiate game, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated wide receiver Sammy Watkins caught 16 passes for an Orange Bowl record 227 yards and two touchdowns to spur Clemson to a win over the Ohio State Buckeyes.
If Saturday night was the final game in Columbia for South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney and Kelcy Quarles, they certainly went out strong. Not to be out-done, however, was the Tigers' speed rusher Vic Beasley. All three are thought likely to be heading to the NFL draft early.