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2018 7th Annual RosterWatch All-Senior Bowl Roster

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RosterWatch All-Senior Bowl Roster alumni since 2012 include: Doug Martin (Bucs), Ladarius Green (Chargers), Marvin Jones (Lions), Melvin Ingram (Chargers), Kirk Cousins (Redskins), Janoris Jenkins (Giants), Lavonte David (Bucs), Kyle Long (Bears), Larry Warford (Saints), Eric Fisher (Chiefs), Brandon Williams (Ravens), Datone Jones (Cowboys), Desmond Trufant (Falcons), Robert Allford (Falcons), Jonathan Cyprien (Titans), Telvin Smith (Jaguars), Aaron Donald (Rams), Joel Bitonio (Browns), Derek Carr (Raiders), Deone Buccanon (Cardinals), Jordan Matthews (Eagles), Gabe Jackson (Raiders), Zack Martin (Cowboys), Aaron Colvin (Jaguars), La’El Collins (Cowboys), Phillip Dorsett (Patriots), Tyler Lockett (Seahawks), Laken Tomlinson (Lions), Danny Shelton (Browns), Carson Wentz (Eagles), Deion Jones (Falcons), Malcolm Mitchell (Patriots), Sheldon Rankins (Saints), Kareem Hunt (Chiefs), Dalvin Tomlinson (Giants), O.J. Howard (Bucs), Cooper Kupp (Rams) and Dan Feeney (Chargers) among many, many other significant current NFL contributors.

Congratulations to the 2018 RosterWatch All-Senior Bowl Roster, who, like the alumni listed above, most impressed our staff with not only their on-field skills, but also their off-field temperaments and personalities as professionals during the week of 2018 practices for the Reese’s Senior Bowl. Some of these players will have All-Pro NFL careers and we’re honored, as always, to have been in attendance for their introduction to the National Football League in Mobile. For the 2018 team, we have chosen to go with a 2 RB/2 WR set for the offense, unlike in previous years where we’ve had one RB and three WRs. As a reminder, these awards come out before the game is played and represent our evaluations from the week of practice which we, along with every other evaluator in the media or NFL team, find to be much more important and telling than game-day outcomes:

Quarterback

Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma

Running Back

Kalen Ballage, Arizona State
Jaylen Samuels, N.C. State

Wide Receiver

James Washington, Oklahoma State
Cedrick Wilson, Boise State

Tight End

Jordan Akins, UCF

(Honorary “Aaron Colvin Award” for a player who was injured early in the week but looked awesome)

Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State

Offensive Line

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State
Will Hernandez, UTEP
Austin Corbett, Nevada
Isaiah Wynn, Georgia
Brian O’Neill, Pitt


Defensive Line

B.J. Hill, N.C. State
Justin Jones, N.C. State
Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays State

Linebacker

Darius Leonard, South Carolina State
Tre’ Williams, Auburn
Kemoko Turay, Rutgers
Uchenna Nwosu, USC

Cornerback

Christian Campbell, Penn State
M.J. Stewart, UNC

Safety

Trayvon Henderson, Hawaii
Armani Watts, Texas A&M

2 Comments

  1. Was Jaylen Samuels see time only at Rb at the senior bowl? I know he played all over the place at NC State. I think you guys are the only ones that are ahead of the game and have him playing Rb at the next level. Most sites have him as a Wr or ate.

    1. I have answered my own question by reading multiple articles about senior bowl standouts. Samuels sounds like he will be a nice steal in dynasty drafts.

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