Choc, I just checked my home e-mail, and there is some stuff on Bryant, Chris Johnson, and Chris Williams the OT from Vanderbilt (among other players). I subsribe to draftinsiders, so I'm getting emails from them on a regular basis . . . . Ahead of the Curve Senior Bowl Report #1 – Exclusive for subscribers Monday afternoon had simultaneous practices after the morning weigh-in. We have three scouts here including myself and covered both practices Monday. QB Colt Brennan of Hawaii threw the ball nicely and needs a big week to dispel issues related to him being a "Systems" passer. He needs to show he can make the right decisions and throws in the three, five and seven step drops. He is recovering from the flu and came in at only 185 lbs. He played at 195 lbs. as a senior and needs a strong week to be considered a top 5 prospect at the position. More on him over the week. QB Joe Flacco of Delaware had a nice day of practice Tuesday throwing the ball after being wild on day one, Monday. That is understandable for a first day especially from a small college kid. OT Chris Williams of Vanderbilt had a fine practice. He is a massive athlete with footwork, technique and great power. He comes off the ball with a strong punch and fine functional strength to get a consistently good push at the line of scrimmage. Safety Quintin Demps of UTEP moves well and shows the instincts to get to the ball easily. He shows cornerback like skills in coverage, though he needs some technique development. OL Oniel Cousins of UTEP is a fine athlete with the footwork and physical tools to play several positions along the line. He played tackle in college and is lining up there in the practices, but probably projects inside to center/guard early in his pro career. Safety Jamar Adams of Michigan had a huge hit on FB Owen Schmidt of West Virginia that drew attention. He is a huge safety who looks the part as an In the box defender. DE Kendall Langford of Hampton looked sharp in drills. He is a huge defensive end who can play in either front line. He has all the physical skills to compete here. RB Chris Johnson of East Carolina showed good speed and running skills. He caught the ball well in passing drills and looks to show his well rounded ability this week. DT Red Bryant of Texas A&M looked like a beast most in the middle. He was stout in the middle and held up well vs the double teams. He rarely got outside the tackle box to make plays. He can play too high that at 6'5" most big linemen will tend to allow to happen. When he got into the blocker's chest, he was able to push him back to the quarterback. OT Heath Benedict of Newberry checked in at 321 lbs. and over 6'4". He held up well in drills especially from a power standpoint. Several players withdrew from the Senior Bowl due to injuries, notably QB Brian Brohm of Louisville, TE John Carlton of Notre Dame and DE Quentin Groves of Auburn "The Publication NFL Scouts Buy" "The Leader in NFL and College Scouting"