10 Winners From The 2020 Senior Bowl Practices

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  1. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
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  2. VACowboy

    VACowboy Well-Known Member

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    All I know about Duggar is what I read but he sounds like a poor man's Isiah Simmons.

    Uche looks like the versatile stand-up edge Nolan likes.
     
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  3. Creeper

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    I hate taking guys like Duggar too early in the draft. He comes from a school no one heard of. He played against schools no one heard of. Here are the schools he faced in 2019: St. Augustines, Virginia Union, Newberry. Mars Hill, UVA Wise, Tusculum, Carson-Newman, Limestone, Wingate, UNC Pembroke, Catawba. If he is an NFL 1st or 2nd round draft pick he should have dominated these opponents. He played in 7 games had 31 tackles, 15 solo and 1 INT. He returned 2 punts for TD in 12 return attempts, which is fairly impressive. But again, look at the schools he played against. Why wasn't this guy in a division I school?

    He would be a day 3 pick on my draft board. Too much of a risk to take earlier than that.
     
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  4. BoysfaninVegas

    BoysfaninVegas Well-Known Member

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    I try not to put too much stock into what that site has to offer. One of their latest mocks has Kinlaw falling to 27 and they left Gallimore off this list. Everything else has Gallimore as one of the top 7 winners from senior bowl practices and Kinlaw rising towards the top 10. They tend to get lazy sometimes and just throw random stuff out there.
     
  5. conner01

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    Gallimore was a beast this week
     
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  6. conner01

    conner01 Well-Known Member

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    Competition is something to consider but this week he was up against very good players and he dominated them
    I wouldn’t have a problem taking him in second at all
     
  7. stilltheguru

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    My guy is still jared pickney in round 2. 10 year starter and will make us forget about Qwitten
     
  8. BoysfaninVegas

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    I'd rather have the guy that actually won the John Mackey Award. Harrison Bryant. But then again, I expect Bryant to keep flying up draft boards to the point of being one of the first TEs off the board, while Pinkney continues falling.

    Pinkney had one impressive season as a redshirt junior. He hasn't done much to impress anyone since then. It's pretty bad when people are saying that the most impressive part of his senior bowl week was his weigh in. Apparently he struggled mightily in practices at getting separation against LBs
     
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  9. darthseinfeld

    darthseinfeld Cowboys Fan since 1949. Zone Supporter

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    Something to note with Dugger, McClay typically favors big school guys
     
  10. daboyzruleperiod

    daboyzruleperiod ♡☆

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    Glad to see Pennsylvania put on the map. I'm a Penn Stater,
    but it's great seeing a product from a small school as Temple. Hennessy has a nice future ahead of him.

    ....and Hennessy.
     
  11. stilltheguru

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    Where did you read that at about the linebackers?
     
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  12. BoysfaninVegas

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  13. stilltheguru

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    If he runs anywhere around 4.65 or less im taking him in round 2. But appreciate the link. I think bryant will take a year or two to contribute. I want day 1 performers.
     
  14. Flamma

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    Tankathon has a pretty good draft board and they update regularly. That's exactly where I see him. A borderline day 3 pick.
     
  15. Oneiros

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    That's really disappointing about Pinkney.

    I actually liked him as a late round prospect.
     
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  16. BoysfaninVegas

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    Yeah. I tried to see what some others here were raving about but I just don't see it. Apparently the scouts at the Senior Bowl didn't either. He just screams JAG to me.
     
  17. Jfconrow

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    At least early on I also want:

    A big school guy
    No major injuries
    No older then 22 - I have no idea how these guys come out of collage 25 or 26 it’s ridiculous
    Productive for multiple years
    Good combine
    Speed or size
    Smart player
    No major off the field issues
     

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