MOBILE, Ala. — Senior Bowl week means being at your best at every turn, in every drill, in every circumstance —including impromptu interviews on hotel escalators.
Tight end Jeremy Sprinkle found that out Monday, when SECcountry.com caught up with the Arkansas tight end to discuss his shoplifting incident in greater detail.
Sprinkle, to his credit, owned up to the event in the exclusive interview with SECcountry.com chronicled by Football Writers Association of America Beat Writer of the Year Jason Kersey.
Pitt’s Nathan Peterman found himself in a back hallway discussing his transfer from Tennessee, and on and on it goes at an event that puts every prospect under the microscope on and off the field.
More than 100 of the top college players descended upon Alabama’s Port City on schedule for Senior Bowl week festivities, eager to showcase their talents before more than 1,000 NFL coaches, scouts and personnel managers.
SECcountry.com’s Mike Griffith and Andrew Astleford put a wrap on Day One at the Senior Bowl and previewed what’s ahead in the North and South practices leading up to Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. ET game at Ladd Stadium (TV: NFL Network).
SEC Country’s Andrew Astleford and Mike Griffith break down Senior Bowl arrival day
Posted by SEC Country on Monday, January 23, 2017