The 2020 Senior Bowl might be much less about culminating an all-star school soccer profession and extra about conducting the massive job interview for April’s 2020 NFL Draft.

Getting invited to take part means a participant has the eyes of professional evaluators as an intriguing prospect who has completed his school eligibility and/or graduated from school. Final yr, the sport produced 93 of the 254 picks within the 2019 draft, together with 40 of the 102 gamers taken in Rounds 1 via 3.

This is a breakdown of what you’ll want to find out about Senior Bowl week — learn how to watch, who’s taking part and who has most on the road whereas making an attempt to impress their potential future employers.

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What time is the Senior Bowl 2020?

  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 25
  • Time: 2:30 p.m. ET

This yr’s sport, the 71st version, might be performed Saturday, Jan. 25, with kickoff time set for two:30 p.m. ET.

As ordinary, it would happen at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Cell, Ala. The three-day week of practices — Tuesday via Thursday — is extra vital than the sport itself, as prospects present their wares in entrance of NFL scouts, teaching workers and personnel executives.

What channel is the Senior Bowl on?

The Senior Bowl might be broadcast on NFL Community.

Andrew Siciliano is on the play-by-play name, joined within the sales space by analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis. Bucky Brooks and Tom Pelissero are the sideline reporters through the broadcast. The Senior Bowl can be streamed dwell via and by way of the NFL Community app.

Viewers in Canada can join DAZN to look at NFL Community.

Senior Bowl observe schedule

The gamers will observe earlier than Saturday’s sport on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. You possibly can watch the practices dwell through the day on the NFL Community, with a recep present airing at Eight p.m. ET every evening. You too can catch the motion dwell on ESPNU on Wednesday and Thursday.

Tuesday, Jan. 21

  • 2 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: South Workforce Follow
  • Four p.m. — 5:30 p.m. ET: North Workforce Follow

Wednesday, Jan. 22

  • 1:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Workforce Follow
  • Four p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Workforce Follow

Thursday, Jan. 23

  • 1:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Workforce Follow
  • Three p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Workforce Follow

Senior Bowl 2020 rosters

North Workforce roster

Place Participant Faculty
Quarterbacks Anthony Gordon Washington State
  Shea Patterson Michigan
  Jordan Love Utah State
Operating backs Darius Anderson TCU
  Jamycal Hasty Baylor
  Joshua Kelley UCLA
Vast receivers Michael Pittman Jr. USC
  Chase Claypool Notre Dame
  Antonio Gandy-Golden Liberty
  Denzel Mims Baylor
  Ok.J. Hill Ohio State
  Quartney Davis Texas A&M
  James Proche SMU
Tight ends Sean McKeon Michigan
  Brycen Hopkins Purdue
  Adam Trautman Dayton
  Charlie Taumoepeau Portland State
Offensive tackles Trey Adams Washington
  Colton McKivitz West Virginia
  Josh Jones Houston
  Justin Herron Wake Forest
  Charlie Heck North Carolina
  Matt Peart Connecticut
Guards/facilities Jonah Jackson Ohio State
  Ben Bredeson Michigan
  Nick Harris Washington
  Matt Hennessy Temple
Lengthy snapper Steve Wirtel Iowa State
Defensive tackles Neville Gallimore Oklahoma
  DaVon Hamilton Ohio State
  Darrion Daniels Nebraska
  Leki Fotu Utah
  Larrell Murchison N.C. State
Defensive finish Carter Coughlin Minnesota
Edge rushers Kenny Willekes Michigan State
  Alton Robinson Syracuse
  Joshua Uche Michigan
  Jason Strowbridge North Carolina
  Trevon Hill Miami
  Bradlee Anae Utah
Outdoors linebacker Zack Baun Wisconsin
Inside linebackers Malik Harrison Ohio State
  Evan Weaver Cal
  Francis Bernard Utah
  Logan Wilson Wyoming
Cornerbacks Troy Satisfaction Jr. Notre Dame
  Lamar Jackson Nebraska
  Essang Bassey Wake Forest
  Michael Ojemudia Iowa
  Terrell Burgess Utah
Safeties Khaleke Hudson Michigan
  Jalen Elliott Notre Dame
  Josh Metellus Michigan
  Ashtyn Davis Cal
  Jeremy Chinn Southern Illinois
  Alohi Gilman Notre Dame
Kicker Tyler Bass Georgia Southern
Punter Braden Mann Texas A&M

South Workforce roster

Place Participant Faculty
Quarterbacks Justin Herbert Oregon
  Jalen Hurts Oklahoma
  Steven Montez Colorado
Operating backs Eno Benjamin Arizona State
  Antonio Gibson Memphis
  Lamical Perine Florida
  Ke’Shawn Vaughn Vanderbilt
Vast receivers Bryan Edwards South Carolina
  Collin Johnson Texas
  Jauan Jennings Tennessee
  Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State
  Van Jefferson Florida
  Devin Duvernay Texas
  Kalija Lipscomb Vanderbilt
Tight ends Stephen Sullivan LSU
  Jared Pinkney Vanderbilt
  Harrison Bryant Florida Atlantic
  Josiah Degaura Cincinnati
Offensive tackles Tyre Phillips Mississippi State
  Terence Steele Texas Tech
  Alex Taylor South Carolina State
  Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn
  Calvin Throckmorton Oregon
Guards/facilities John Simpson Clemson
  Ben Bartch Saint John’s
  Logan Stenberg Kentucky
  Tremayne Anchrum Clemson
  Damien Lewis LSU
  Keith Ismael San Diego State
  Lloyd Cushenberry III LSU
Lengthy snappers Blake Ferguson LSU
Defensive tackles Javon Kinlaw South Carolina
  Raekwon Davis Alabama
  Benito Jones Ole Miss
  Josiah Coatney Ole Miss
Defensive ends Marlon Davison Auburn
  Jabari Zuniga Florida
  Trevis Gibson Tulsa
Edge rushers Darrell Taylor Jr. Tennessee
  D.J. Wonnum South Carolina
  Jonathan Greenard Florida
  Terrell Lewis Alabama
Outdoors linebackers Davion Taylor Colorado
  Akeem Davis-Gaither Appalachian State
  Cameron Brown Penn State
Inside linebackers Anfernee Jennings Alabama
  T.J. Brunson South Carolina
  Lamar Jackson Nebraska
Cornerbacks Kristian Fulton LSU
  A.J. Inexperienced Oklahoma State
  Darnay Holmes UCLA
  Kindle Vildor Georgia Southern
  Dane Jackson Pittsburgh
  Reggie Robinson II Tulsa
Safeties Ok’Von Wallace Clemson
  Jared Mayden Alabama
  Kyle Dugger Lenoir-Rhyne
  Brian Cole II Mississippi State
  Antoine Brooks Jr. Maryland
Kicker Rodrigo Blankenship Georgia
Punter Joseph Charlton South Carolina

NFL staffs teaching the 2020 Senior Bowl

Matt Patricia and the Lions’ workers — who maintain the No. Four general choose — will coach the North Workforce. Zac Taylor and the Bengals’ workers — who maintain the highest general choose — will coach the South. As well as, every group has two Legends captains: The North has Tony Richardson and Mike Rucker, whereas Aeneas Williams and Torry Holt will characterize the South.

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2020 NFL Draft prospects with probably the most to show on the Senior Bowl

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Herbert (6-6, 237) is a well-built specimen with good dimension and arm energy and underrated mobility. The problem for him has been persistently placing all of it collectively, in rhythm, as an environment friendly passer. He has an opportunity to reply all of that to nail down the No. 2 quarterback spot behind Joe Burrow.

Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

Hurts (6-2, 218 kilos) will put on that neat cut up helmet that represents each of his former faculties in Alabama and Oklahoma. Given the truth that the final two quarterbacks Lincoln Riley coached (Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray) gained the Heisman Trophy and went No. 1 general, Hurts shot as much as first-round intrigue throughout a productive season as a twin risk in a selection offense. His management abilities and intangibles, gained from main two high applications, are evident. Now about exhibiting he has pro-tailored bodily abilities.

Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

Love (6-4, 225 kilos) is one other distinctive athlete with supreme dimension and construct understanding in Cell. However for him to maintain rising up draft boards into at the least early Day 2 consideration, he should show his accuracy, capacity to learn defenses and his decision-making. He has the potential to see vital enchancment.

Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Fulton (6-1, 192 kilos) had a number of massive lapses in protection whereas examined on the opposite aspect of LSU freshman sensation Derek Stingley Jr. However he can present coaches he is a wise technician who can develop right into a essentially sound cowl man within the NFL.

Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

Gallimore (6-2, 301 kilos) is a freakish athlete with nice pure pass-rush abilities inside. He tapped into that in his remaining collegiate season with 4 sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss and two compelled fumbles. He can increase his inventory again into first-round consideration with a powerful week.

Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

Claypool (6-4, 229) was a extremely productive participant for the Preventing Irish, utilizing his dimension nicely to turn into a landing machine (scoring 13 occasions along with his 66 catches for 1,037 yards). Though he averaged 15.7 yards per catch, there are some considerations about his downfield velocity and lateral quickness for a man his dimension. He can put them to relaxation in Cell.

Trey Adams, OT, Washington

Adams ia one other large participant (6-8, 327 kilos) in relation to his place. Adams is making an attempt to push into the identical tier of USC’s Austin Jackson, Georgia’s Andrew Thomas and Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs as tackles standing out early within the draft course of. He may be clean in move safety and highly effective in run-blocking, however he has to indicate scouts he is agile sufficient to play on the left aspect.

Kenny Willekes, EDGE, MIchigan State

Willekes (6-4, 260 kilos) was productive in his remaining two seasons in East Lansing, combining for 18 sacks and 36 tackles for loss. The previous walk-on is a high-effort participant with good versatility in attending to the quarterback, and holds up nicely in opposition to the run. He has an opportunity to indicate scouts that he has been undersold as twitchy athlete.

Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse

Robinson (6-4, 260 kilos) overcame some off-field points by pouring his coronary heart into changing into a productive, usually dominant pass-rusher for the Orange. His sacks did drop from 10 as a junior to solely 4 as a senior, however he elevated his playmaking in different areas. Robinson will hope to solidify himself as at the least a second-rounder.

Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

Johnson (6-6, 220) has some Mike Evans in him, however he is coming off a hamstrung season during which he was restricted to solely seven video games. He did catch 38 passes for 559 yards and three touchdowns to proceed his regular manufacturing enchancment. In a deep wideout class, Johnson, like Claypool, could make a (literal) massive case to face out.
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