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Senoir Bowl

North Roster

No. Pos. Name Ht. Wt. School
1 WR Bobby Wade 5-10 190 Arizona
(Second day) Good hands, quick but not fast
2 DB Cato June 5-11 217 Michigan
(Second day) Solid college player; doesn't wow physically
3 WR Arnaz Battle 6-0 204 Notre Dame
(Second day) Good hands, intuitive in open field
5 RB Larry Johnson 6-0 221 Penn State
(1st) Powerful Eddie George-type runner
6 LB Victor Hobson 6-0 248 Michigan
(4th-5th) Productive, smart player; a hustler
7 QB Kyle Boller 6-2 221 California
(2nd) Good arm, accuracy -- excellent throwing motion
8 DB DeJuan Groce 5-9 189 Nebraska
(3rd) Good ball skills, excellent nickel corner
9 LB Clifton Smith 6-1 251 Syracuse
(5th) Needs to lose weight; some trouble running laterally
10 QB Seneca Wallace 5-11 190 Iowa State
(3rd-4th) Small for QB, live arm, great instincts
11 WR Tyrone Calico 6-3 219 MTSU
(6th-7th) Big, good hands but doesn't separate well
14 DB Antwoine Sanders 6-1 194 Utah
(4th-5th) Good size, adequate coverage, decent tackler
15 QB Dave Ragone 6-3 246 Louisville
(2nd) NFL arm, but consistency questions
16 KP Brooks Barnard 6-2 188 Maryland
(5th-6th) Good senior season
22 RB Artose Pinner 5-9 229 Kentucky
(3rd-4th) Gamer who can get yards, catch and block
23 DB Bryan Scott 6-0 214 Penn State
(3rd-5th) Big corner who could move inside
24 WR Bryant Johnson 6-2 208 Penn State
(1st-2nd) Athletic, good size; needs to prove deep speed
25 WR Terrence Holt 6-1 202 NC State
(4th) Playmaker, great special teams, gets to the ball
27 LB Lance Briggs 6-0 247 Arizona
(Second day or FA) Good college player
28 DB Eugene Wilson 5-10 189 Illinois
(3rd) Underrated, good return skills
32 RB Cecil Sapp 5-10 226 Colorado St.
(Second day) Power runner between tackles, lacks outside burst
35 RB Ovie Mughelli 6-0 255 Wake Forest
(4th-5th) Powerful, straight-ahead blocker
41 DB Shane Walton 5-10 187 Notre Dame
(3rd-4th) Ronde Barber-style corner
42 LB Matt Wilhelm 6-3 237 Ohio State
(6th) Productive overachiever; needs good DT play
44 RB Casey Moore 6-1 250 Stanford
(4th-5th) Excellent receiver, adequate blocker
45 DB Marcus Trufant 5-11 186 Washington St.
(1st) Outstanding cover skills, one of best players in Mobile
51 LB Gerald Hayes 6-0 231 Pittsburgh
(1st-2nd) Excellent player coming off good season
55 LB Angelo Crowell 6-0 230 Virginia
(3rd-5th) Around the ball, makes a lot of plays
56 OL Eric Steinbach 6-6 292 Iowa
(1st) Fundamentally sound; could play guard or tackle
57 DL Chris Kelsay 6-4 270 Nebraska
(1st-2nd) Good week; appears to be over hamstring injury
58 DL Kevin Williams 6-4 301 Oklahoma St.
(1st-2nd) Sheds blocks, has upfield explosion to passer
59 OL Anthony Davis 6-4 316 Virginia Tech
(5th-6th) Needs to get stronger, more explosive
64 OL Ben Johnson 6-6 334 Wisconsin
(3rd-4th) Good positioning makes up for bad feet
69 OL Seth Wand 6-6 315 NW Missouri St.
(Second day) Mobile was opportunity to play with the big boys
72 OL Al Johnson 6-4 293 Wisconsin
(2nd-3rd) Can play either center or guard; technically sound
73 OL Bruce Nelson 6-5 289 Iowa
(Second day) Smart and competitive
75 OL Steve Sciullo 6-4 328 Marshall
(5th-6th ) Experienced pass blocker; needs to get stronger
78 OL Dan Koppen 6-2 288 Boston College
(Second day) Overachiever who's a battler
79 OL Tony Pashos 6-6 339 Illinois
(2nd) Big, tough; good run blocker, experienced pass blocker
81 DL Michael Haynes 6-3 274 Penn State
(2nd-3rd) Adequate size but know how to get to the QB
82 WR Kevin Curtis 5-11 187 Utah State
(3rd) Good speed, good hands; a Don Beebe-type competitor
83 TE Ben Joppru 6-4 259 Michigan
(2nd-3rd) Good hands, good blocker; can stretch deep middle
84 TE Mike Pinkard 6-5 261 Arizona State
(3rd-4th) Still learning the position; needs some polish
86 DL Tyler Brayton 6-6 269 Colorado
(2nd-3rd) Will move to DE; good battler
92 DL Tully Banta-Cain 6-2 255 California
(2nd) Technically sound, natural pass rusher
97 DL Kenny Peterson 6-2 293 Ohio State
(1st-2nd) Quick and explosive
98 DL Anthony Adams 5-11 290 Penn State
(3rd) Quick, productive and intense

Coaching staff: Houston Texans (Dom Capers)

South Roster

No. Pos. Name Ht. Wt. School
1 DB Kevin Garrett 5-9 190 SMU
(4th-5th) Quick but not big; good nickel or dime guy
2 QB Chris Simms 6-4 216 Texas
(2nd) NFL arm but still makes bad decisions; hesitant at times
3 QB Carson Palmer 6-4 220 USC
(1st) Effortless thrower, good accuracy, should be top pick
5 RB Earnest Graham 5-9 217 Florida
(5th-6th) Decent running, blocking receiving skills
6 WR Taylor Jacobs 6-0 201 Florida
(1st) Good routes, great hands, good in open field
8 WR Terrence Edwards 5-11 163 Georgia
(4th-6th) Speed guy but inconsistent; needs weight
10 LB Pisa Tinoisamoa 6-0 222 Hawaii
(Second day or FA) Size an issue; could be special teams
11 LB Bradie James 6-2 240 LSU
(3rd-4th) Natural talent; needs work on getting through traffic
12 QB Kliff Kingsbury 6-3 203 Texas Tech
(6th-7th) Questionable arm strength, can't make all throws
14 DB Julian Battle 6-2 199 Tennessee
(3rd-4th) Could play corner or safety
16 DB Rashean Mathis 6-4 190 Bethune-Cookman
(3rd) Still adjusting to move from CB from S
17 DB Andrew Woolfolk 6-1 193 Oklahoma
(1st) Raw technically but still making transition from WR
18 TE Mike Seidman 6-4 268 UCLA
(4th-5th) Good hands, good blocker; heavy-legged
20 KP Damon Duval 5-11 195 Auburn
(4th-5th) Will be punter and handle kickoffs in pros
21 WR Talman Gardner 6-0 199 Florida State
(2nd-3rd) Good size but not great after the catch
22 DB Sammy Davis 5-11 183 Texas A&M
(3rd-4th) Good in coverage and improved in run support
25 RB Justin Fargas 6-0 207 USC
(2nd) Outside speed, catches ball well, on the rise
26 DB Todd Johnson 6-0 197 Florida
(Second day) Overachiever who was very good in college
27 WR Doug Gabriel 6-2 203 UCF
(4th-5th) Flashes ability, good returner; concentration?
28 DB Drayton Florence 6-0 194 Tuskegee
(2nd-3rd) Good ball skills and closes well
31 RB Domanick Davis 5-9 213 LSU
(3rd-5th) Versatile player, good return man
33 RB Justin Griffith 5-11 229 Mississippi St.
(5th-7th) Versatile, can play TB or FB and can catch
43 DB Chris Brown 6-0 190 UAB
(Second day) Has some versatility
44 LB LaMarcus McDonald 6-0 209 TCU
(3rd) Tough and productive; quick and explosive
45 RB Malaefou MacKenzie 5-10 223 USC
(5th-6th) Versatile, can play TB or FB and can catch
51 DL Jamaal Green 6-2 265 Miami
(Second day) Technically sound; gets most out of ability
52 LB Mark Brown 6-0 228 Auburn
(Second day) Solid college player
53 OL Ben Claxton 6-2 293 Ole Miss
(Second day) Tough, sound fundamentally
54 DL Kindal Moorehead 6-2 288 Alabama
(5th-6th) Showed some pass-rush ability
55 DL Kenny King 6-2 278 Alabama
(3rd-4th) Versatile but doesn't always play to talent level
56 OL Ben Nowland 6-2 293 Auburn
(Second day) Smart, good experience
58 DL Rashad Moore 6-3 322 Tennessee
(4th-5th) Needs technique work but flashes ability
59 LB Mike Nattiel 5-11 225 Florida
(3rd-4th) Athletic and can cover but not great size
61 OL Montrae Holland 6-1 331 Florida State
(3rd) Has some quickness and pass-blocking ability
65 OL Vince Manuwai 6-2 303 Hawaii
(2nd) Tough, quick and aggressive
71 OL George Foster 6-5 333 Georgia
(2nd) Needs technique work but tough and aggressive
72 OL Brett Williams 6-5 320 Florida St.
(2nd-4th) Flashes early round ability but is inconsistent
73 OL Jeremy Bridges 6-4 294 Southern Miss
(3rd-4th) Long arms and athletic but struggles with power guys
76 OL Torrin Tucker 6-5 323 Southern Miss
(3rd-4th) Physically imposing but needs to improve intensity
78 OL Jon Stinchcomb 6-5 288 Georgia
(2nd) Great against finesse guys, needs to gain weight
82 TE Aaron Walker 6-5 253 Florida
(4th-5th) Good hands, good target; needs to improve blocking
88 WR Sam Aiken 6-1 202 N. Carolina
(3rd-5th) Catches everything, good route runner, speed?
94 DL Ty Warren 6-5 298 Texas A&M
(2nd-3rd) Physically talented and explosive
95 DL Jerome McDougle 6-1 264 Miami
(1st-2nd) Natural pass rusher with good closing speed
96 DL Jarret Johnson 6-3 286 Alabama
(4th) Versatile; hustler who never quits
97 DL Nick Eason 6-3 295 Clemson
(2nd) Quick, moves well; flashes first-round ability
98 LB Mario Haggan 6-2 252 Mississippi St.
(Second day) Could be good combination player
99 DL Andrew Williams 6-2 262 Miami
(5th-7th) Has ability, probably a rotation guy

Coaching staff: Detroit Lions (Marty Mornhinweg)
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Game facts
54th Annual
Sat. Jan. 18
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Mobile, Alabama

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Is this sponsored by www.senoir .com?
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game is on!

wow.. palmer is the first heisman trophy winner to play in the senior bowl since bo jackson in 86
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Re: Senoir Bowl

Originally posted by zak52
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Coaching staff: Detroit Lions (Marty Mornhinweg)
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Old 01-18-03, 04:00 PM
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For anyone who may have watched the game, how did Ragone do? look? Curious.
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Originally posted by Pharoh
For anyone who may have watched the game, how did Ragone do? look? Curious.
like crap
he really hurt himself by coming back for his senior year.. looks like it could be round 3 for him

but if it makes you feel better.. simms looked terrible too.. chris threw a 99 yard td.. too bad it was to the wrong team
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like crap
he really hurt himself by coming back for his senior year.. looks like it could be round 3 for him

but if it makes you feel better.. simms looked terrible too.. chris threw a 99 yard td.. too bad it was to the wrong team

That's too bad. Was really hoping to see him do well. Maybe he can make up for at the combines. Thanks.
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Originally posted by Pharoh

That's too bad. Was really hoping to see him do well. Maybe he can make up for at the combines. Thanks.
spending all that time in the shotgun this season is really hurting him
his footwork is terrible.. stumbling around every which way
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None of the QBs were impressive
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Originally posted by Three Day Delay
None of the QBs were impressive
i wonder how much that had to do with the balls
in this game, they used the pro bowl rather than a college ball
and they said all the qbs were complaining about the ball.. i guess its slightly larger and very slick, so they had alot of trouble gripping it and not much time to get use to it.
maybe that would also help explain why larry johnson fumbled or dropped every ball that got close to him
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wtf were Arizona players doing on the North team?
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When is the game??
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Old 01-20-03, 10:40 PM
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Is this game only for hispanics??

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Originally posted by ChiTownAbs
Is this game only for hispanics??

I thought "Senoir" was French.
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Yes...hispanics felt underrepresented in the NFL, so we created the Taco Bell, Run for the Border, Si Senor Bowl
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wtf were Arizona players doing on the North team?
Yup. Oklahoma on the South team, but Oklahoma State=North.

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