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Senior Bowl Week Begins With Weigh-in and Practices

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Senior Bowl Week Begins With Weigh-in and Practices
Updated 1/23

The premier All-star game, the Senior Bowl begins today with updated rosters for their 2018 games and the official Weigh-in and practices. This All-star game has been cornerstone during the postseason where hundreds of scouts evaluate the nation’s top pro prospects for the NFL Draft. Th Senior bowl roster annually dominates the NFL Draft seven rounds and has a long legacy of alumni with many of them having gone to the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Houston Texans and Denver Broncos have been selected to coach the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl, set for January 27 in Mobile, Ala.

"We are thrilled to have the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos as the two coaching staffs for our game," said Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage.

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The Texans, led by their fourth-year head coach Bill O'Brien, will guide the South team, while Vance Joseph, in his first year as head coach of the Broncos, will guide the North.

"Both organizations are well respected across the National Football League and it is our honor to welcome them to Mobile," Savage said.

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Houston has coached in the Senior Bowl one previous time, in 2003 under Dom Capers.

It finished the 2017 season with a record of 4-12 and would have picked fourth in this year's draft, however, that pick was traded to the Browns.

strong>Senior Bowl Teams - Practice Schedule

Tuesday, January 23
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm (South)
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm (North)

Wednesday, January 24
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm (North)
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (South)

Thursday, January 25
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm (North)
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (South)

* All Practices Open To Public at Ladd-Peebles Stadium

Denver was 5-11 this season and will pick fifth in the draft. The Broncos have coached in the Reese’s Senior Bowl six times, going 2-2-2 in those games.

“We jumped at the opportunity for the Broncos to work the Senior Bowl,” Broncos’ President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway said. “On both the coaching and personnel sides, the experience gives us a chance to meet these prospects and get to know them on and off the field. The Senior Bowl has a great tradition and we are excited to be a part of it.”

“The Senior Bowl provides our staff an up-close look at some of the top prospects in this year’s draft,” said Joseph, who in 13 years of coaching in the NFL has coached in the Senior Bowl three times, all as an assistant with the 49ers (2006-2008). “Having coached the Senior Bowl in the past, it’s a tremendous evaluation tool spending all week with these players in a variety of group and individual settings.

Joseph, 45, jumped into coaching after a brief NFL career, serving as an assistant at the University of Colorado, Wyoming and Bowling Green before moving up the NFL where he was a defensive backs coach for the 49ers, Texans and Bengals over a 10-year stretch. After one year as a defensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins, he earned his first head coaching job with the Broncos.

Senior Bowl Director Phil Savage and staff have assembled another talented group of pro prospects. Currently, the Senior Bowl staff has over 100 acceptances from the nation’s top prospects for their January week long event.
For Complete Senior Bowl info including updated Roster acceptances
Go to https://www.seniorbowl.com/

Players will arrive by Jan. 22 to begin practices the next day. The 69th Reese’s Senior Bowl is scheduled for January 27 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. CT.

Both the NFL Network and ESPN will televise the practices during the week and NFL Network will carry the game live on Saturday.

Frank Coyle and staff of DraftInsiders.com will attend the Senior Bowl for the Monday weigh-in and week long practices. Scouting info including updates and in depth Senior Bowl Game and Practice evaluation will be in the early February Newsletter. January Newsletter (19 pages) available now.

Wideout Daurice Fountain Named Shrine Game Offensive MVP

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WR Daurice Fountain Named Shrine Game Offensive MVP

University of Northern Iowa wide receiver Daurice Fountain was named the 93rd annual East-West Shrine Game Offensive MVP after his impressive performance against some of the nation’s best competition on Saturday.

The honor marks the first time that a player from UNI has earned the MVP distinction for the game. Fountain joins the likes of Jimmy Garoppolo (2014), Steve Smith (2001), Jeff Garcia (1994) and Brett Favre (1991) who have won the Shrine Game’s coveted Offensive MVP award.

Photo - WR Daurice Fountain - Northern Iowa

“It was truly a blessing,” Fountain said about his MVP honor. “You could’ve never told me at the beginning of the week that I was going to have this kind of production. I’m thankful for the opportunity and happy that I met so many great people this week. This whole experience was just surreal.”

Daurice Fountain was Frank Coyle’s #1 Sleeper at the East-West Game – posted on this site Thursday

The former Panther wideout caught three passes for 61 yards, while also racking up 40 yards on punt returns for the afternoon. Fountain ripped off two huge plays on Saturday, the first being a 38-yard catch and run that set up the East squad with a field goal, while the second big play came on a 30-yard punt return in the third quarter to set up his team with another scoring opportunity.

The West won Saturday’s game by a narrow margin of 14-10. The West’s Natrell Jamerson of Wisconsin won Defensive MVP honors after retuning a fumble 68 yards for Saturday’s first touchdown of the game.
Fountain finished his Panther career as just the sixth player to rank in the Top 10 for catches (150), yards (2,077) and touchdowns (23) at UNI. In 2017, Fountain hauled in 66 catches, racking up 943 yards and 12 touchdowns.

For Complete East-West Shrine All-start Game info including Game stats and in depth Game and Practice evaluation - Go to http://www.shrinegame.com/

Frank Coyle and staff of DraftInsiders.com will proceed to the Senior Bowl for the Monday weigh-in and practices. Scouting info including updates and in depth Game and Practice evaluation will be in the early February Newsletter. January Newsletter (19 pgs) available now.

NFL Draft 2018 - Two Round Mock Draft - Browns' Grab Saquon Barkley #1 Overall

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NFL Draft 2018 - Two Round Mock Draft - January - * Underclassmen - Selection order prior to Championship games
Pre East-West Shrine and Senior Bowl Games
x - Division winner y - Wild card team z - coin flip at NFL Combine to determine order

1st Round
1 Cleveland - 0-16 - * Saquon Barkley RB Penn State 5-11 225
2 NY Giants - 3-13 - * Sam Darnold QB Southern Cal 6-4 225
3 Indianapolis - 4-12 - Bradley Chubb DE NC State 6-4 275
4 Cleveland (Houston)- 4-12 - * Josh Rosen QB UCLA 6-4 220
5 Denver - 5-11 -* Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama 6-1 205
6 NY Jets - 5-11 - * Josh Allen QB Wyoming 6-5 235
7 Tampa Bay - 5-11 - * Arden Key DE LSU 6-6 240
8 Chicago - 5-11 - * Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma 6-8 360
9 z - San Francisco - 6-10 - * Roquan Smith LB Georgia 6-1 225
10 z - Oakland - 6-10 - * Connor Williams OT Texas 6-6 320

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11 Miami - 6-9 - * Derwin James S Florida State 6-3 210
12 Cincinnati - 7-9 - Quenton Nelson OG Notre Dame 6-5 330
13 Washington - 7-9 - * Lamar Jackson QB Louisville 6-3 200
14 Green Bay - 7-9 - Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame 6-8 315
15 Arizona - 8-8 - Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma 6-0 215
16 Baltimore - 9-7 - * Courtland Sutton WR SMU 6-4 215
17 LA Chargers - 9-7 - * Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech 6-5 240
18 Seattle - 9-7 - * Joshua Jackson CB Iowa 6-1 195
19 Dallas - 9-7 - * Calvin Ridley WR Alabama 6-1 190
20 Detroit - 9-7 - * Derrius Guice RB LSU 5-11 215
21 y Buffalo - 9-7 - * Ronnie Harrison S Alabama 6-3 215
22 Buffalo (x Kan City) -10-6 - * Da'Ron Payne DT Alabama 6-2 310
23 x LA Rams - 11-5 - * Denzel Ward CB Ohio State 5-10 190
24 y Carolina - 11-5 - * Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado 6-1 190
25 y Tennessee - 9-7 - * Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma 6-5 255
26 y Atlanta - 10-6 - Vita Vea DT Washington 6-5 345
27 x New Orleans - 11-5 - Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma St 6-5 230
28 x Pittsburgh- 13-3 -* Equanimeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame 6-5 205
29 x Jacksonville - 10-6 - Martinas Rankin OT Mississippi St 6-5 305
30 x Philadelphia - 13-3 - * Carlton Davis CB Auburn 6-1 205
31 x New England - 13-3 - * Taven Bryan DT Florida 6-5 295
32 x Minnesota - 13-3 - * Audon Tate WR Florida State 6-5 220

2nd Round
33 Cleveland - * DeShon Elliott S Texas 6-2 205
34 NY Giants - * Kolton Miller OT UCLA 6-8 310
35 Indianapolis - Chukwuma Okorafor OT Western Michigan 6-6 330
36 Cleveland (Houston) - James Washington WR Oklahoma St 6-0 205
37 NY Jets - * Michael Jackson CB Miami(Fl) 6-1 190
38 Tampa Bay - Royce Freeman RB Oregon 6-0 235
39 Chicago - * Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M 5-11 200
40 Denver - Harold Landry LB Boston College 6-3 250
41 Oakland - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA 6-7 255
42 Miami - Tyrell Crosby OT Oregon 6-5 320
43 New England (San Fran) Rashaan Evans LB Alabama 6-3 235
44 Washington - Maurice Hurst DT Michigan 6-2 285
45 Green Bay - * Malik Jefferson LB Texas 6-3 240
46 Cincinnati - Braden Smith OG Auburn 6-6 305
47 Arizona - Billy Price C Ohio State 6-4 310
48 LA Chargers - Derrick Nnadi DT Florida State 6-1 315
49 NY Jets (Seattle) - Uchenna Nwosu LB USC 6-2 240
50 Dallas - * Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise St 6-4 240
51 Detroit - Anthony Miller WR Memphis 5-11 190
52 Baltimore - * Harrison Phillips DL Stanford 6-4 295
53 Tennessee - Lorenzo Carter LB Georgia 6-6 245
54 Buffalo - * Dorance Armstrong DE Kansas 6-4 245
55 Kansas City - * Justin Reid S Stanford 6-1 205
56 Atlanta - Will Hernandez OG Texas-El Paso 6-3 330
57 Jacksonville - Mike Gesicki TE Penn State 6-6 255
58 Carolina - Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest 6-4 270
59 San Fran (New Orleans) - * Kevin Toliver CB LSU 6-3 205
60 Buffalo (LA Rams) - * Ronald Jones II RB Southern Cal 6-1 195
61 Pittsburgh - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo LB Oklahoma 6-1 240
62 Cleveland (Phil) - * Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn 6-0 215
63 New England - Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota St 6-4 260
64 Minnesota - * Jaire Alexander CB Louisville 5-11 190

East-West Practices - WR Daurice Fountain of Northern Iowa Heads Sleeper List

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Daurice Fountain Receiver of Northern Iowa Heads Gems at East-West Shrine Week Practices

Daurice Fountain #10 – 6015, 210 lbs. - Northern Iowa
Athletic senior has been one of the hidden gems from the small college level over his three starting seasons. He has had an excellent week of practice at the East-West Shrine practices that is vital for a small college performer to impress NFL scouts. Fountain hit the ground running this week and showed a business like approach to the oldest All-star game on the NFL agenda. He displayed good athleticism and the refined receiving skills to come off the line quickly and eat up NFL caliber cover men. He showed good footwork and the ability to separate at the breakpoint to get open consistently and provide his passer and sound target. His ability to go up and adjust to the throws drew attention from NFL scouts early in the week and he was one of the hot prospects through the week.

Photo - WR Daurice Fountain - Northern Iowa

As a senior, he had 66 receptions for 943 yards and 12 TDs despite double coverage. That earned him an invitation to the East-West Shrine game. He comes in just under 6’2” and a solid 210 lbs. He entered 2017 with 82 catches for over 1100 yards and 11 TDs on 24 starts. He played in all 14 games as a true freshman and has made nice progress annually.
Strong frame with good movement skills to come off the line quickly. He benefits from a high profile sprinter running in the huddles in national meets. He adjusts nicely to the ball with the ability to snatch it easily and secure it consistently. He is one of our Players to Watch at the East-West Shrine game Saturday, Jan 20th. We will have a special list of Pro Prospects to Watch for the Shrine game to full subscribers prior to this Saturday’s contest.
For Complete East-West Shrine All-star Game info including updated practice info
Go to http://www.shrinegame.com/

East-West Director Harold Richardson and staff has assembled another strong group of pro prospects. The East-West Shrine Game has accepted over 100 invitations for this classic game.

For Complete East-West Shrine All-start Game info including updates and in depth Game and Practice evaluation - Go to http://www.shrinegame.com/

Frank Coyle and staff of DraftInsiders.com was at the East-West Shrine practices. Scouting info including updates and in depth Game and Practice evaluation will be in the early February Newsletter.

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

NFL Draft 2018 - Underclassmen Pro Prospect List

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NFL Draft 2018 - Underclassmen Pro Prospects
LB Roquan Smith Declares for the NFL Draft
RB Bryce Love Returns to Stanford

Underclassmen List Over 115 Pro Prospects - deadline Jan. 15th
Players have three days to rescind decision - NFL will post Official Underclassmen list 1/19/18 - Ranked alphabetically by position

Photo - RB Saquon Barkley - Penn St

Offensive Players -
Quarterbacks

Josh Allen - Wyoming
Kyle Allen - Houston
Sam Darnold - Southern Cal
Lamar Jackson - Louisville
Tanner Lee - Nebraska
Chase Litton - Marshall
Josh Rosen - UCLA

Running Backs
Josh Adams - Notre Dame
Ryquell Armstead - Temple
Saquon Barkley - PSU
Derrius Guice - LSU
Nyheim Hines - North Carolina State
Kerryon Johnson - Auburn
Ronald Jones II - Southern Cal
John Kelly - Tennessee
Ryan Nall - Oregon St
Kamryn Pettway - Auburn
Mark Walton - Miami(Fl)

Wide Receivers
Deon Cain - Clemson
Antonio Callaway - Florida
Simmie Cobbs Jr - Indiana
Keke Coutee - Texas Tech
Quadree Henderson - Pittsburgh
Richie James - Middle Tennessee St
Jon'Vea Johnson - Toledo
Christian Kirk - Texas A&M
Jordan Lasley - UCLA
Tavares Martin - Washington State
Ray-Ray McCloud - Clemson
DJ Moore - Maryland
Byron Pringle - KSU
Trey Quinn - SMU
Calvin Ridley - Alabama
Korey Robertson - Southern Mississippi
Tre’Quan Smith - Central Florida
Jaylen Smith - Louisville
Equanimeous St. Brown - Notre Dame
Courtland Sutton - SMU
Audon Tate - Florida State

Tight Ends
Jordan Akins - Central Florida
Mark Andrews - Oklahoma
Hayden Hurst - South Carolina
Ryan Izzo - FSU
Austin Roberts - UCLA
Dalton Schultz - Stanford

Offensive Linemen
Orlando Brown - Oklahoma
Geron Christian - Louisville
Will Clapp - LSU
James Daniels - Iowa
Nick Gates - Nebraska
Taylor Hearn - Clemson
Sam Jones - ASU
Kolteon Miller - UCLA
Brian O'Neill - Pittsburgh
Maea Teuhema - Southeastern Louisiana
Will Richardson - North Carolina State
Toby Weathserby - LSU
Connor Williams - Texas

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