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Jan 26, 2013; Mobile, AL, USA; General view of the Senior Bowl during the first quarter at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Senior Bowl: Weigh-Ins, Day 1 Events and Healthy Scratches

This is first significant week of the offseason for most NFL teams, as the Senior Bowl practices are commencing today.

The annual all-star game, which will be played Saturday at 4 p.m. ET, and the practices that precede it give teams a chance to evaluate the top college football seniors in the country.

First off, here’s the order of events taking place on Monday:

8:30-10 a.m. — Player weigh-in by National Football Scouting (Mobile Convention Center)
1-3 p.m. — South team practice (Fairhope Stadium)
3-5 p.m. — North team practice (Ladd-Peebles Stadium)
6-8:30 p.m. — Player/media night (Battleship USS Alabama)
8:30-11 p.m. — Teams conduct formal interviews with players

And here are the results from this morning’s weigh-ins:

POS PLAYER SCHOOL HEIGHT/ WT HAND ARM WING
C Larsen, Tyler UtahState 6’3 1/2 317 9 3/8

30 1/2

74 1/8
C Swanson, Travis Arkansas 6’5 310 10

32 7/8

79 1/2
C Ikard, Gabe Oklahoma 6’3 1/4 302 9 3/4

32 3/4

79 1/4
C Stork, Bryan FloridaState 6’3 1/2 306 10 1/8

31

77
C Richburg, Weston ColoradoState 6’3 1/2 300 9

31 3/4

78 1/4
C Woodside-Heit, Marcus KansasState 6’2 5/8 252 10 1/4

30 3/4

76 7/8
OT Henderson, Seantrel Miami (FL) 6’6 7/8 331 10 3/8

34 1/4

84
OT Mewhort, Jack OhioState 6’5 5/8 306 10 1/8

33

80 1/4
OT Moses, Morgan Virginia 6’6 1/8 325 9 3/4

34 3/4

83 7/8
OT Martin, Zack Notre Dame 6’4 1/8 305 9 3/4

32 1/4

76 7/8
OT Thomas, Brandon Clemson 6’3 1/2 316 10 3/4

34 3/8

83 1/8
OT Turner, Billy North DakotaState 6’5 316 10 1/4

33 1/4

81 3/4
OT James, Ja’Wuan Tennessee 6’6 1/8 315 9 5/8

33 3/8

82 1/4
CB Thomas, Jemea Georgia Tech 5’9 1/2 190 9 7/8

33 5/8

80 3/4
CB Aikens, Walt Liberty 6’0 5/8 205 9 3/8

32 1/4

79 1/2
CB Lawson, Nevin UtahState 5’9 7/8 184 8 7/8

31 3/4

75 5/8
CB Southward, Dez Wisconsin 6’0 1/8 206 10

31 5/8

77
CB Colvin, Aaron Oklahoma 5’11 3/8 186 9 1/4

31

75 1/2
CB Davis, Chris Auburn 5’9 3/4 201 9 3/8

30 1/2

74
CB Westbrooks, Lavelle Georgia Southern 5’11 3/8 195 9 7.8

31 7/8

77 1/8
CB Desir, Pierre Lindenwood 6’1 1/8 195 9 1/4

32 3/4

77 1/2
CB Johnson, Dontae North CarolinaState 6’2 199 8 7/8

31 1/2

77
CB Huff, Marqueston Wyoming 5’11 198 8 1/4

31

74 1/2
CB McGill, Keith Utah 6’3 214 10 1/4

33

80 7/8
CB Watkins, Jaylen Florida 5’11 3/8 194 9 5/8

30 5/8

75
CB Jean-Baptiste, Stan Nebraska 6’2 3/8 215 8 1/2

32 3/8

78 3/8
DE Smith, Chris Arkansas 6’1 1/8 266 9 5/8

34 1/8

82 1/2
DE Gayle, James Virginia Tech 6’3 5/8 255 9 5/8

32 3/8

77 3/4
DE Murphy, Trent Stanford 6’5 3/8 252 10 7/8

33 1/8

80 3/8
DE Stinson, Ed Alabama 6’3 1/8 292 9 1/4

32 7/8

78 3/4
DE Ford, Dee Auburn 6’2 1/8 243 10

32 3/4

77 1/8
DE Martin, Kareem North Carolina 6’5 7/8 272 10

34 3/8

84 1/4
DE Clarke, Will West Virginia 6’6 1/8 271 9 1/2

33 3/8

79 1/2
DT McCullers, Dan Tennessee 6’6 7/8 348 10 5/8

35 5/8

85 1/2
DT Stephen, Shamar UConn 6’4 5/8 308 9 7/8

33

80 1/8
DT Hageman, Ra’Shede Minnesota 6’6 318 9 5/8

33 3/4

81 3/4
DT Ellis, Justin Louisiana Tech 6’1 7/8 342 9 7/8

32 1/4

78 3/4
DT Donald, Aaron Pittsburgh 6’0 7/8 288 9 7/8

31 3/4

77 3/8
DT Reid, Caraun Princeton 6’2 1/8 301 10 1/4

32 5/8

79 1/8
DT Sutton, Will ArizonaState 6’0 3/4 315 9 5/8

30 5/8

76 1/8
DT Urban, Brent Virginia 6’6 3/4 298 9 7/8

33 5/8

80 3/4
DT Coleman, Deandre California 6’5 315 10 1/4

34

81 1/2
DT Jones, Daquan PennState 6’3 1/2 323 9 3/8

32 3/4

78 1/4
K Mandell, Cody Alabama 6’2 1/4 216 9 7/8

30 3/8

76 1/8
K Parkey, Cody Auburn 6’0 1/4 189 9 3/4

29 5/8

73 1/8
K Boswell, Chris Rice 6’2 183 8 1/2

31 1/2

76
LB Borland, Chris Wisconsin 5’11 3/8 245 9 3/4

28 7/8

73 3/8
LB Hubbard, Adrian Alabama 6’5 7/8 255 9 1/8

33 7/8

81 3/8
LB Attaochu, Jerry Georgia Tech 6’3 1/4 252 9 3/8

32 7/8

81 1/4
LB Barrow, Lamin LSU 6’1 1/4 229 9 7/8

33

79
LB Sam, Michael Missouri 6’1 5/8 260 9 1/8

33 1/4

80 1/4
LB Van Noy, Kyle BYU 6’3 1/4 244 9 1/2

32

78
LB Brown, Jonathan Illinois 6’0 1/2 224 9 1/4

32 1/2

78 7/8
LB Zumwalt, Jordan UCLA 6’4 231 8 1/2

31 1/8

75 1/8
LB Tripp, Jordie Montana 6’2 3/4 237 9 5/8

30 7/8

75 1/4
LB Kirksey, Chris Iowa 6’1 3/4 234 8 5/8

32 3/8

78
LB Smith, Telvin FloridaState 6’2 7/8 218 10 1/2

32 3/4

79 3/8
LB Jones, Christian FloridaState 6’3 3/8 234 9 5/8

32 7/8

80 3/4
LB Smith, Marcus Louisville 6’3 1/2 258 9 5/8

33 1/4

80 1/4
OG Halapio, Jon Florida 6’3 1/2 320 10 1/4

32 3/4

80 1/8
OG Johnson, Wesley Vanderbilt 6’5 1/4 290 10 1/8

32 1/2

79 7/8
OG Bitonio, Joel Nevada 6’4 307 9 7/8

33

80 7/8
OG Edwards, Kadeem TennesseeState 6’4 1/8 309 9 5/8

34 1/2

83 1/2
OG Schofield, Michael Michigan 6’6 5/8 303 9 3/4

33 1/2

81 3/8
OG Richardson, Cyril Baylor 6’4 1/2 343 9 3/4

33 7/8

81 1/8
OG Linder, Brandon Miami (FL) 6’5 3/8 316 10 1/4

33 1/4

81
OG Jackson, Gabe MississippiState 6’3 3/8 339 9 3/4

32 3/4

79 1/4
P Van Der Camp, Kirby IowaState 6’3 3/4 202 9 3/8

31 5/8

76 1/4
QB Morris, Stephen Miami (FL) 6’1 3/4 208 10 1/8

31 7/8

77 1/2
QB Thomas, Logan Virginia Tech 6’5 3/4 250 10 3/4

33

79 3/8
QB Carr, Derek Fresno St 6’2 1/8 215 9 1/8

31 1/4

75 1/8
QB Murray, Aaron Georgia 6’0 3/8 201 9 1/8

29 3/4

72
QB Fales, David San Jose St 6’1 3/8 220 9 1/4

31 1/8

75 1/2
QB Garoppolo, Jimmy Eastern Illinois 6’2 1/4 219 9

30 1/4

75 1/4
QB Boyd, Tajh Clemson 6’0 3/4 222 9 3/8

30 1/2

75 1/2
RB Andrews, Antonio Western Kentucky 5’10 1/8 225 9 1/4

30 5/8

73 7/8
RB White, James Wisconsin 5’9 206 8 3/8

28 5/8

69 1/4
RB Sims, Charles West Virginia 5’11 7/8 214 8 1/4

30 1/2

74 3/4
RB McKinnon, Jerick Georgia Southern 5’9 209 8 3/8

29 1/2

71
RB Hewitt, Ryan Stanford 6’4 246 9 1/8

30 3/4

76 1/4
RB Fluellen, David Toledo 5’11 1/4 226 9 1/4

32 1/8

78 1/4
RB Prosch, Jay Auburn 6’0 3/4 256 10

30 1/8

74 1/8
RB Taliaferro, Lorenzo Coastal Carolina 6’0 3/8 231 8 1/2

31 3/8

75 5/8
S Loston, Craig LSU 6’0 3/8 214 10 1/8

30 3/4

75 1/4
S Bucannon, Deone WashingtonState 6’0 7/8 216 9 1/2

31 3/4

78
S Lewis, Isaiah Michigan Satte 5’10 205 9 7/8

30 7/8

74
S Brooks, Terrence FSU 5’11 197 8 1/2

30 1/4

74 3/8
S Dixon, Ahmad Baylor 5’11 1/2 205 9 5/8

32

76 5/8
S Ward, Jimmie Northern Illinois 5’10 3/8 191 9 1/2

31 1/2

77 1/8
S Ladler, Kenny Vanderbilt 6’0 1/8 200 9 1/8

31 3/8

75 3/4
TE Lynch, Arthur Georgia 6’4 1/2 258 10 1/8

31

75 7/8
TE Hoskins, Gator Marshall 6’1 1/8 244 9 7/8

32 5/8

79 3/8
TE Jensen, Marcel FresnoState 6’5 3/8 264 10 1/8

34 1/4

83 7/8
TE Pederson, Jake Wisconsin 6’3 1/8 242 9 1/4

31 1/8

76 3/4
TE Fiedorowicz, CJ Iowa 6’5 5/8 262 10 5/8

32 1/4

79 1/4
TE Ott, Tyler Harvard 6’2 3/4 252 9 3/8

31

76 1/4
WR Patton, Solomon Florida 5’8 1/2 179 9 1/4

29 7/8

70 3/8
WR Colter, Kain Northwestern 5’10 3/4 199 10

30 3/4

73 1/4
WR Janis, Jeff Saginaw Valley St. 6’2 1/4 212 8 7/8

32 1/4

78 1/8
WR Campanaro, Michael WakeForest 5’9 3/8 191 9 3/4

28 5/8

69 1/2
WR Evans, Shaq UCLA 6’0 3/4 210 9 3/8

31 7/8

76 3/4
WR Saunders, Jalen Oklahoma 5’8 3/4 164 8 3/4

28 7/8

70 7/8
WR Grant, Ryan Tulane 6’0 1/4 197 9 5/8

30 7/8

74 1/2
WR Davis, Mike Texas 6’0 1/4 193 10 1/8

32

77 1/4
WR Herron, Robert Wyoming 5’8 7/8 193 9 5/8

29 7/8

73 3/8
WR Norwood, Kevin Alabama 6’2 197 10 1/8

31 3/8

74 1/4
WR Hoffman, Cody BYU 6’3 7/8 218 9 7/8

33

78 1/4
WR Matthews, Jordan Vanderbilt 6’2 5/8 209 10 1/2

32 5/8

80 1/8
WR Huff, Josh Oregon 5’11 201 9 1/8

30 1/2

74 1/8
WR Abbrederis, Jared Wisconsin 6’0 7/8 189 9 5/8

30 3/4

75 1/8

 

The Senior Bowl specifically notes the prospects who were invited, but declined to compete. Those players were as follows:

• Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

• Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

• Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State

• Lamarcus Joyner, CB/S, Florida State

• Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo

• Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

• A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama

• C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama

• Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford.

 

With a need at cornerback, the Bengals would have loved to see Dennard and Gilbert in action, as they figure to be locks for the first-round at this point.

Not to mention McCarron, who may slip to the third or fourth-round, and the Bengals need a developmental QB to come in and at least push Andy Dalton this year, and possibility replace him if the team doesn’t re-sign him next offseason.

 

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