Well, this is no stunner: There are plenty of SEC talents who are considered possibilities for the Senior Bowl.
The event, a premier all-star game that will be held Jan. 28 in Mobile, Alabama, has released its watch list, and many names from throughout the conference are mentioned. There are some no-brainers (Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly), but there are others mentioned who could increase their draft stock with a solid showing in front of curious NFL eyes.
Overall, the watch list includes more than 400 players from each level of college football. Eventually, 110 roster spots for the North and South teams will be filled. Players not on the initial watch list can be added.
You’ll have to check out the full list to see the players highlighted, but here’s a breakdown of the SEC representation by school:
Mississippi State: 6
Ole Miss: 7
South Carolina: 2
Texas A&M: 5