Senior Bowl Notes From Day 3

| February 2nd, 2024

Final Senior Bowl practices just wrapped up for both the National & American Team. I spent the day watching DBs and Wide Receivers, and here’s what I saw:

National Team Practice

Did Not Practice: Florida WR Ricky Pearsall, Toledo CB Quinyon Mitchell, Michigan WR Roman Wilson

Very Good: Notre Dame CB Cam Hart, Western Kentucky WR Malachi Corley, Rutgers CB Max Melton, Oregon State SAF Kitan Oladapo, Oregon SAF Evan Williams, USC WR Brenden Rice, Ohio State Safety Josh Proctor

Redeemed Himself: Washington State CB Chau Smith-Wade

I Wanted More: WR Devontez Walker, Penn State CB Kalen King, Oregon CB Khyree Jackson, Rice WR Luke McCaffrey, UCF WR Javon Baker

Notes: This isn’t a Copy/Paste list from yesterday — on the American squad, the cream has simply risen to the top. Cam Hart had another strong day, Max Melton took advantage of the extra reps, Kitan Oladapo flashed athleticism all day, and Brenden Rice separated with his feet on a day where he needed to do exactly that.

Malachi Corley looked solid, Chau Smith-Wade showed he belonged (much-needed given his first two days), and I liked a few of the plays that Josh Proctor and Evan Williams made. Disappointed in those that didn’t flash, but there’s no need to go too deep into each story — Tez Walker struggled to catch the ball, Kalen King remained an issue, Luke McCaffrey struggled to separate, and Javon Baker was hot and cold.

Punter Tory Taylor rules:

American Team Practice

Unfortunately I have to run, I’ll list the winners for this section in a tweet. More when I get home over the weekend. The Fresno State corner (Carlton Johnson), Louisville corner (Jarvis Brownlee), and Georgia WR (Ladd McConkey) were our big winners here:

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