NFL Draft 2016: Six Senior Bowl players who improved their stock


Jonathan Jones spent most of his Senior Bowl lining up as the South's slot or nickel cornerback. "I think I did well," Jonathan Jones said. "Getting a chance to wear the Auburn helmet for one last time and being in the state of Alabama and me being the

North squad offensive tackle Cole Toner of Harvard (79) fails at holding back South squad defensive end Noah Spence of Eastern Kentucky (97) when he sacks North squad quarterback Kevin Hogan of Stanford (8) in the first half during the Senior Bowl 

Jake Coker's Reese's Senior Bowl homecoming was not an overwhelming success statistically, but the former Alabama quarterback was a winner on the scoreboard. Coker, a Mobile native who grew up attending Senior Bowl events, led a pair of first-quarter 

The Senior Bowl week has come to a close, culminating in yesterday's game between the North and the South squads. The South team came away with a convincing win, but it is important to look beyond that to see who actually "won" the Senior Bowl.

The Senior Bowl ended with a team celebrating in the end zone after connecting on a Hail Mary as the time hit zero. It was the losing team. Despite Florida's Jeff Driskell's 29-yard touchdown connection to Michigan State's Aaron Burbridge, the South