Senior Bowl Week is here!

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The Hawks have historically put a lot of emphasis on good performances at the Senior bowl (and accompanying workouts).

The game will air on NFL Network 11:30 AM Saturday. Players are travelling today with workouts happening Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Here's my list of senior bowl participants this year. I've bolded the prospects that I am following particularly closely, but they are all intriguing from top to bottom.

PositionPlayerCollegeHeightWeightConsensusRole
OGO'Cyrus TorrenceFlorida6-5
335​
26Power mauler in run game
OLBIsaiah FoskeyNotre Dame6-5
260​
30Explosive edge rusher
RTDawand JonesOhio State6-8
359​
41Mammoth right tackle with enormous wingspan
WRRashee RiceSMU6-2
203​
47Agile YAC, thrives in space
OLBDerick HallAuburn6-3
256​
49Explosive edge rusher
OLB/DEAndre Carter IIArmy6-7
260​
50Upside with length and versatility
OCJohn Michael SchmitzMinnesota6-4
320​
51Good athleticism
LGCody MauchNorth Dakota State6-6
302​
52Athletic, pass protector
TELuke MusgraveOregon State6-6
249​
55Linear speedster, pass catcher
FSChris Smith IIGeorgia5-11
195​
57Fluid ball hawk
LTDarnell WrightTennessee6-6
335​
58Angle blocker
LTJaelyn DuncanMaryland6-6
320​
60Zone blocker
EDGEWill McDonald IVIowa State6-4
245​
61High motor edge rusher lacking strength
SSJ.L. SkinnerBoise State6-4
218​
67Thumping hitter
OTMatthew BergeronSyracuse6-5
322​
68Raw with great attributes
QBHendon HookerTennessee6-4
218​
72Athletic, older
ILBDaiyan HenleyWashington State6-2
232​
80Versatile with ball skills
CBKyu Blu KellyStanford6-1
185​
83Polished zone CB without top-end speed
LTBlake FreelandBrigham Young6-8
305​
84Raw elite athlete with poor leverage
WRXavier HutchinsonIowa State6-3
205​
86Good route runner, average athlete
QBJaren HallBrigham Young6-1
205​
88Athletic with good arm, older
RBKenny McIntoshGeorgia6-1
209​
89Versatile pass catcher
LG/CJarrett PattersonNotre Dame6-4
310​
90High effort versatile pass protector, average length/athleticism
OTTyler SteenAlabama6-5
315​
91Athletic LT/RT versatility with average strength
FS/SSSydney BrownIllinois5-11
205​
92Athletic versatile DB with limited length
OLB/DEKeion WhiteGeorgia Tech6-4
286​
95Raw versatile freak athlete with inconsistencies
WR SlotNathaniel DellHouston5-10
155​
97Big play maker with tiny frame, returner
CBJulius BrentsKansas State6-2
203​
98Elite length, good tackler, limited top end speed
CBTyrique StevensonMiami6-0
214​
99Long explosive press corner
DTZacch PickensSouth Carolina6-4
304​
100Disruptive interior athlete but inconsistent
ILBDeMarvion OvershownTexas6-4
224​
101Agile with ball skills, inconsistent against run
RGSteve AvilaTCU6-4
334​
103Power/gap physical right guard
OLBByron YoungTennessee6-3
243​
104Raw pass rusher despite age
RBChase BrownIllinois5-11
200​
106Nimble zone runner with home run ability
WRDontayvion WicksVirginia6-1
206​
107Vertical threat with ball skills, special teamer
RBRoschon JohnsonTexas6-2
223​
109Power runner
DEAdetomiwa AdebaworeNorthwestern6-2
280​
110Highly versatile DE
DTByron YoungAlabama6-3
292​
113Strong run defender with limited agility
OGEmil Ekiyor Jr.Alabama6-3
307​
114Versatile guard
SSJammie RobinsonFlorida State5-11
199​
115High motor versatile tackler
OCOlusegun OluwatimiMichigan6-3
310​
118High IQ pass blocker, limited run blocker
OLBNick HamptonAppalachian State6-3
210​
122Raw explosive pass rusher
NTKeeanu BentonWisconsin6-4
315​
125Powerful run stuffing NT
LGNick BroekerOle Miss6-5
315​
126Agile zone blocker with limited strength
OLBIsaiah McGuireMissouri6-4
272​
127High motor raw athlete with limited strength
OLBK.J. HenryClemson6-4
260​
128Rotational power rush LB
CBRiley MossIowa6-1
194​
130Outside zone CB with average length, special teamer
CBJartavius MartinIllinois6-0
195​
131Quick nickel CB with great tackling
DEKarl BrooksBowling Green6-4
295​
132High effort interior pass rusher
OTWanya MorrisOklahoma6-5
312​
133Versatile physical tools with erratic technique
OGRyan HayesMichigan6-7
305​
135Versatile athleticism with limited length and leverage
CBJakorian BennettMaryland5-11
200​
138Zone corner with versatility and tackling, limited top end speed
RBEric GrayOklahoma5-9
206​
142Agile with receiver capabilities
OLB/DEDylan HortonTCU6-4
250​
143High motor and athleticism, developmental pick
WRPuka NacuaBrigham Young6-1
205​
144Tough split end with elite ball skills, limited separation
WRJayden ReedMichigan State6-0
185​
146Versatile YAC special teamer, average speed
RBTyjae SpearsTulane5-10
190​
147Excellent runner, lack of experience on passing downs
FS/SSJay WardLSU6-1
180​
148Maximum effort tackle with good coverage but slight frame
ILBIvan Pace Jr.Cincinnati6-0
239​
150Good at everything but undersized
TEJosh WhyleCincinnati6-6
245​
152Route running pass catcher, willing but developing blocker
FSDaniel ScottCalifornia6-2
215​
153Good coverage with big nickel versatility, poor tackler
ILBDorian WilliamsTulane6-1
220​
155Good frame and special teamer, limited athleticism
NTJerrod ClarkCoastal Carolina6-4
345​
157High motor nose tackle with great length
WRRonnie BellMichigan6-0
192​
159Route technician with YAC, returner
OLBAli GayeLSU6-6
250​
160Size and athleticism, poor strength and inconsistent production
WRTrey PalmerNebraska6-1
190​
161Vertical speedster, special teamer, lack of physicality
TECameron LatuAlabama6-5
245​
162Football IQ and versatility, lack of high end athleticism
CBAnthony JohnsonVirginia6-1
199​
165Long physical zone corner with ball skills
SSRonnie HickmanOhio State6-1
205​
166Physical tackler with injury history
WRAndrei IosivasPrinceton6-4
200​
167Track star athlete with ball skills, lack of experience
OLBIsaiah LandFlorida A&M6-4
215​
170Athletic lean pass rusher, undersized
DTJalen RedmondOklahoma6-2
279​
172Disruptive versatile DT, inconsistent
ILBSirVocea DennisPittsburgh6-1
230​
173High IQ, good tackler, special teamer
OLBD.J. JohnsonOregon6-4
258​
175Excellent physical traits but still undeveloped
DBRejzohn WrightOregon State6-2
200​
176Press zone corner, lack of run support
WRJonathan MingoOle Miss6-2
225​
177Jet sweep YAC play maker
RBChris Rodriguez Jr.Kentucky5-11
224​
179Physical short yardage back, runs through contact, team captain
CBDarrell Luter Jr.South Alabama6-0
180​
180Long zone corner from small school
DEThomas IncoomCentral Michigan6-4
260​
183Developmental pass rusher from small school
WRElijah HigginsStanford6-3
235​
184Athletic possession receiver with limited route running
DETyler LacyOklahoma State6-4
285​
185High motor two gapper
CBDarius RushSouth Carolina6-2
200​
186Long zone corner with limited athleticism, special teamer
DLYaya DiabyLouisville6-3
270​
188Versatile long pass rusher with upside, questionable against the run
OLRichard GouraigeFlorida6-5
308​
190Long experienced blocker lacking technical prowess and lateral agility
SKaevon MerriweatherIowa6-0
211​
193Good tackler and run defender, special teamer
QBClayton TuneHouston6-3
215​
195Mobile leader with accurate short passes, limited downfield passing
QBMax DugganTCU6-2
214​
197RPO playmaker with arm and athleticism, inconsistent accuracy and football IQ
OTNick SaldiveriOld Dominion6-6
307​
199Athletic pass protector from small school
RBCamerun PeoplesAppalachian State6-2
220​
203Power back with injury history
QBJake HaenerFresno State6-1
195​
204Tough athlete with football IQ, lack of size and strength
ILBDee WintersTCU6-1
230​
208Leader with quickness and range, slow to diagnose the run
DTD.J. DaleAlabama6-3
300​
209High motor disruptive tackle that was better in single gaps
RBEvan HullNorthwestern5-11
210​
211Third down receiver with good vision, lacks athleticism
ILBCam JonesIndiana6-3
224​
213Leader with great tackling, special teamer, developing vs. pass
OLBEku LeotaAuburn6-4
250​
219Pass rush specialist who needs development
WRTre TuckerCincinnati5-9
175​
222Explosive playmaker from slot with limited size
TEWill MalloryMiami6-5
245​
224Pass catcher with limited strength and athleticism
RTWarren McClendon Jr.Georgia6-4
300​
226Versatile strong run blocking tackle, inconsistent technique
QBTyson BagentShepherd6-3
210​
232Athletic with good arm, developmental from D2 school
TEDavis AllenClemson6-6
250​
233Pass catcher with limited athleticism
SSDeMarcco HellamsAlabama5-11
210​
234Versatile safety better against run than pass
OGMcClendon CurtisUT-Chattanooga6-7
340​
235Versatile physical run blocker with limited quickness
CBMekhi BlackmonUSC6-0
170​
244Versatile outside corner with limited size and injury concerns
OG/CJake AndrewsTroy6-3
315​
246Run blocking guard/center with average athleticism and strength
NTCameron YoungMississippi State6-3
310​
248Stout run defender with limited pass rush
WRMichael WilsonStanford6-2
210​
253Athlete with ball skills and YAK, injury history
OLBTavius RobinsonOle Miss6-6
265​
257Pass rusher with high motor
SChamarri ConnerVirginia Tech6-0
205​
258Tough leader, special teamer, limited athleticism
OLAsim RichardsNorth Carolina6-4
315​
263Versatile nasty experienced OL, limited athleticism
ILBAubrey Miller Jr.Jackson St.6-2
225​
275Special teamer with leadership
TEPayne DurhamPurdue6-5
255​
302Tough blocker and red zone target
ILBCarlton MartialTroy5-9
210​
322High Football IQ special teamer, very undersized
OLJoey FisherShepherd6-5
322​
326Developmental RT from small school
DTNesta Jade SilveraArizona State6-2
306​
337Single gap attacker with good strength
OLBLonnie Phelps Jr.Kansas6-3
242​
372High motor pass rusher
WRDerius DavisTCU5-9
162​
419Playmaking special teamer with limited size
TEBrayden WillisOklahoma6-4
235​
421Blocker with versatility and special teams
QBMalik CunninghamLouisville6-1
190​
448Running QB with inconsistent accuracy
WRJalen WayneSouth Alabama6-2
205​
478Good versatility and physical traits, limited route running
 

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Thanks Dib for this. A lot of intriguing names there. I keep thinking Julius Brents will end up at safety in the NFL
 

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A guy that is not on your list and I have been taking a look at is WR Charlie Jones out of Purdue. I do not like that he sat out the Citrus Bowl, but he did very well in the Big 12 Championship game against Michigan. His stock has dropped significantly since he sat out the bowl game, but he reminds me a lot of Doug Baldwin, but will probably end up predominantly in the slot. He seems to play a little angry. He is also a good punt returner. The mocks have him scattered across rounds three through seven, so it is anyone's guess at this point where he will go. The senior bowl will play a part in his draft stock. I will be interested in seeing whether he participates in the three cones, since it would probably be his best event, with his nifty feet.
 
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Good addition, Charlie Jones is 158 on the consensus right now and a shifty slot receiver could definitely be on our radar.

CBS Senior Bowl prospects to watch
QB: Clayton Tune, Jake Haener
RB: Eric Gray, Chase Brown
TE: Brayden Willis, Luke Musgrave
WR: Rashee Rice, Xavier Hutchinson
OL: Cody Mauch, Duwand Jones
DL: Karl Brooks, Andre Carter II
ILB: Carlton Martial, Daiyan Henley
DB: Daniel Scott, Anthony Johnson
 

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I'd have loved to seen Hunter Luepke compete in the Senior Bowl. I see a Kyle Juszczyk type Swiss Army Knife in the backfield.
 
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Senior Bowl practices are currently live today on NFL+. They will be showing on ESPN Wednesday/Thursday.
 

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I will be watching Tadeem Telfort at tackle. He might be a real sleeper in the later rounds of the draft. Not for the Seahawks, but the Bears. Of course, the Seahawks could pick him up as a swing tackle, if he looks good.
 

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I'm going to be watching Tyson Bagent. Any dude that throws for 53 tds in a single season and holds all time college fb records needs to be paid attention to, especially with his nfl frame and arm talent. If he shines at the bowl and combine, he could really shake things up. The Bleacher Report also listed the Hawks as the best destination for him, so he could sit behind Geno for a year.
 
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I'm excited to see some of the interior d-linemen from small schools compete against power five offensive lines.

I've wondered about Jarrod Clark from Coastal Carolina and Karl Brooks from Bowling Green. Both look great against lower-level competition and have outstanding PFF scores; how do they look when facing better competition?
 
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Duwand looked good all day, and really handled Carter in this rep:


The broadcast coverage didn't do a great job with the one on ones but tomorrow should be a little more interesting on NFL network. From the broadcast coverage we saw it looked like Daniel Scott, Karl Brooks, Duwand Jones, KJ Henry, and Luke Musgrave had a good day.

PFF has a pretty good day 1 recap here:
 

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Duwand looked good all day, and really handled Carter in this rep:


The broadcast coverage didn't do a great job with the one on ones but tomorrow should be a little more interesting on NFL network. From the broadcast coverage we saw it looked like Daniel Scott, Karl Brooks, Duwand Jones, KJ Henry, and Luke Musgrave had a good day.

PFF has a pretty good day 1 recap here:

I know it's one clip but damn that's a bad look for Carter there.
 

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What channel is the coverage on?
Tuesday’s practices don’t appear to be available on TV, but there is a recap show scheduled at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

Wednesday’s practices:

  • 12:30 p.m. ET — 2:30 p.m. ET — ESPNU
  • 3 p.m. ET — 5 p.m. ET — ESPN2
  • Recap show on NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET
Thursday’s practices:

  • 12:30 p.m. ET — 2:30 p.m. ET — ESPNU
  • 3 p.m. ET — 5 p.m. ET — ESPN2

How to watch the 2023 Senior Bowl

Date: Saturday, February 4, 2023
Location: Hancock Whitney Stadium — Mobile, AL
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
 

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Essential viewing imho if you want to recognise potential Seahawk recruits. Jim Nagy might as well be on the Seahawks scouting team at this rate.
 

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Essential viewing imho if you want to recognise potential Seahawk recruits. Jim Nagy might as well be on the Seahawks scouting team at this rate.
Nagy is so good and understands Seattle's process too. Staton did a good interview with him recently too if you havent seen it
 

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I am seeing a lot of video bloggers for different teams were in attendance. Is there no Seahawks video blogger who can give us their opinion on what they saw there live?
 

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Awesome. I have never used Discord. How does it work?
Its just a server where like minded people can hang out based on mutual interests. I use my server to show sports events for guys i know in teh UK. There are text chat channels but I also have a streaming channel where I can share things I'm watching.
 

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Its just a server where like minded people can hang out based on mutual interests. I use my server to show sports events for guys i know in teh UK. There are text chat channels but I also have a streaming channel where I can share things I'm watching.
Thanks. For whatever reason, I can't get a feed in Mexico.
 

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