https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/2020-senior-bowl-winners Matt Hennessy IOL, Temple Hennessy is another huge winner from this week. There was some buzz on the Temple product entering the week, but seeing him stonewall and stifle nearly every single challenger throughout the course of the week has me ready to elevate Hennessy into the stratosphere of Day 2 interior linemen. There's still more work to do on Hennessy's film but for now, his consistency in pass protection, footwork and framing were one of the most impressive performances of the week. Denzel Mims WR, Baylor Mims was dominant throughout multiple practices, illustrating more diverse route running abilities than what many of his reps at Baylor involved. Add in Mims' high point ability and length and suddenly he's made enough noise to potentially separate himself in a crowded crop of receivers. If Mims follows suit with good testing at the Combine, he may end up being considered one of the biggest winners of the draft process. Lloyd Cushenberry III IOL, LSU Cushenberry's anchor ability this week was the only thing that seemed to come between Kinlaw and total domination. With arms that checked in over 34 inches at the weigh-in, Cushenberry will give teams plenty of confidence in his strike zone with hand strikes. He put it all on display this week for the Senior Bowl and I expect him to push for early 2nd-round status Kyle Dugger S, Lenoir-Rhyne We all knew Dugger was an athletic freak coming into this week, but to see him in person live up to the hype and expectations will most certainly help seal the deal as Dugger looks to blaze his way up team draft boards. Dugger's range is impressive and he's going to be viewed as a ball of clay for teams to mold in their preferred image with higher level coaching. Jonathan Greenard EDGE, Florida Greenard impressed this week. From the weigh-in through the end of practice, Greenard was an impressive athlete who illustrated explosive power, a prototypical build and effective bend and tilt as a rusher off the edge. This was a reaffirmation that Greenard is a more complete player than his teammate at Florida, Jabari Zuniga.