Who To Keep An Eye On Senior Bowl Preview

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Van previews the upcoming Senior Bowl with Connor Livesay. Tune in for more NFL draft coverage here on Sports Talk Line!

Conner and Van review the week of Sr. Bowl practices with an eye towards Saturday’s game. Rather than regurgitate the “name” players Conner uses his eye and brings forth the players that jumped out during practice in front of the NFL coaches greatly impacting their draft stock.

Players that caught the eye:

1, CB Ifeatu Melifonwu
2, DL Levi Onwuzurike
3, Safety Rickie Grant
4, WR Amari Rodgers
5, Dwayne Eskridge
6, QB Mac Jones

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