But there are still plenty of prospects to watch for.
As usual, quarterbacks are the big ticket item. They’re at a premium this year, and luckily, the draft has a slew of talented players at the position. Heisman winner Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma practiced well during the week, though he was noncommittal about participating in the actual game. That said, reports came out on Friday evening said Mayfield had decided to play in the game.
Josh Allen is another top signal caller. He’s had issues with consistency, and the Senior Bowl would be a good time to address some of those concerns. Mayfield and Allen will play for the North Team, along with Nebraska’s Tanner Lee. Luke Falk practiced most of the week, but he will miss the game to attend funeral services for Washington State teammate Tyler Hilinski.
The Denver Broncos are coaching the North Team, while the South Team is coached by the Houston Texans. Quarterbacks on that squad include Kurt Benkert of Virginia, Kyle Lauletta of Richmond, Brandon Silvers of Troy, and Mike White of Western Kentucky. (Sheesh.)
Other players to watch for that side are UCF pass rusher Shaquem Griffin, Oklahoma State wide receiver James Washington, and running back Rashaad Penny of San Diego State.
Below is all you need to know to watch the Senior Bowl to keep up with the best prospects going into the game.