We track Reese's Senior Bowl players who were selected on the final day of the NFL Draft, in rounds 4-7.
A look at where players from the 2015 Reese's Senior Bowl were drafted in the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft is in the books. Seventy-six Reese's Senior Bowlers hear their names called in the three-day event in Chicago.
Executive Director looks back at the first round -- biggest surprises and his favorite moment of the evening.
A pick-by-pick look at the entire first round of the NFL Draft with comments from Reese's Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage.
Executive Director Phil Savage gives his 13 Reese's Senior Bowl players who have potential to hear name in first round, with 3-5 likely to be selected on Thursday.
Reese's Senior Bowl Scouting Assistant Patrick Woo gives us 12 players who likely won't go in the first round, but will have productive NFL careers.
QB Sean Mannion talks about his record-breaking career at Oregon State and why he could be the best QB in this draft class.
Executive Director Phil Savage, who spent 20 years in the NFL, gives you an inside look af final draft day preparations.
Donovan Smith has been climbing up draft boards since he played in the Reese's Senior Bowl. We talked to the big tackle before the draft.
The former FCS standout could be a sleeper in the NFL Draft. He talks one-on-one with our Patrick Woo.
Colorado State QB Garrett Grayson is in the mix to be the third quarterback selected in the NFL Draft. He talks to our Patrick Woo.
The Bruins linebacker checked every box in the pre-draft process and talks about it with seniorbowl.com.
We catch up with former Auburn wide receiver Sammie Coates as he prepares for the NFL Draft.
Free event at Fairhope Elementary School includes PNC’s ‘Mobile Learning Adventure’,' free food/drinks and plenty for kids to experience.
Boyle talks about the pre-draft process, his time at Delaware and his workout for Chip Kelly and the Eagles.
Davis talks about the pre-draft process, including his practices at the Reese's Senior Bowl, where he boosted his stock.
Q: Andrew, good to talk to you again. I think it’s fair to say you were a fan-favorite of sorts down here in Mobile for the Reese’s Senior Bowl. You even had a little fan club over there w...
SEC Network’s Tony Barnhart, Alabama, Auburn, FSU assistant coaches among speakers for May 27 event at USA's Mitchell Center.
With most eyes on the No. 1 overall pick, Phil Savage wrties why the Titans -- at No. 2 -- have the biggest decision to make in the draft.