Seniors from around the country will be on display in front of NFL scouts and personnel Saturday at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.
The game will kick off at 2:30 p.m. ET, and 22 SEC players will be taking part.
Practices have been going on all week, and following the conclusion of those workouts, ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay released his list of the top prospects in Mobile.
Four SEC players made the cut. Let’s take a look at each:
O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama (1)
Howard earned the No. 1 spot on McShay’s list after a solid week of practices. The draft analyst went even said Howard was in contention for the No. 1 tight end on his draft board. McShay was wowed by the ex-Tide player’s athleticism, but he must improve as a blocker at the next level.
The senior hauled in 45 catches for 595 yards and 3 touchdowns this season. For his career, Howard accumulated 1,726 yards and 7 touchdowns over four years. McShay gave Howard a grade of 90.
Tre’Davious White, CB, LSU (3)
White will not be playing in the game on Saturday after tweaking his ankle during practice on Wednesday. However, the former LSU cornerback impressed McShay enough to be the No. 3 player on his list.
The draft analyst complimented White’s instincts and athleticism, calling him one of the “most experienced players in this class.” In 2016, the former Tiger had 35 tackles and 2 interceptions — one of which was returned for a touchdown.
McShay gave White a grade of 88.
Ryan Anderson, OLB, Alabama (4)
Anderson “didn’t light up practice this week,” according to McShay, but the former Alabama outside linebacker still came in at the No. 4 spot.
McShay pointed out that coaches moved Anderson outside of his comfort zone this week in practice, but his relentless effort “was never in question.” Anderson picked up 61 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and 9 sacks on the season.
He received a grade of 86.
Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee (8)
Sutton missed six games this year with an injury, but made up for it Mobile.
McShay called the former Tennessee player the “best pure cover-corner” during practice, praising his smooth movements and run defense. Sutton came in at No. 8 on McShay’s list after collecting 23 tackles and an interception on the year.
Sutton received a grade of 80.