This article is one of a 32-part series in which the goal is to identify one relatively unheralded player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft who appears to be an especially good schematic fit with his new NFL team.
The Pac-12 characterizes itself as the conference of champions and the 2015 NFL draft could certainly add to the league's reputation if four of its players wind up among the top seven picks as this very early first round mock draft projects.
Representatives from approximately two-thirds of the NFL visited Seattle Wednesday despite the Huskies' top two prospects largely sitting out the Pro Day. Star running back Bishop Sankey provided some early fireworks but the big show was put on by quarterback Keith Price and receiver Keith Smith.
The Jacksonville Jaguars re-signed veteran QB Chad Henne and won't be forced into drafting a quarterback at No. 3 overall, but head coach Gus Bradley is intrigued by the prospects in this year's class.
The goal of every NFL franchise is to build through the draft. Savvy teams, however, use veteran free agency to fill obvious needs. What have the millions spent in free agency thus far told us of teams' plans for May? Plenty.
Most scouts leave after Wednesday's Senior Bowl practices, making them as important as any single day in a player's evaluation. Some players showed improvement (like Georgia Tech's Jeremiah Attaochu and San Jose State's David Fales), whereas others (like BYU's Kyle Van Noy) showed their polish.
Who stood out among a talented QB class? Which under-the-radar offensive lineman has a chance to leap into the second day? NFLDraftScout.com was on hand for the first official practice of Senior Bowl week and answers these questions and more.