Auburn Senior Bowl Photo Gallery II

Scenes of Auburn football players at Thursday's Senior Bowl practice are featured.

Mobile, Ala.--Five Auburn players will be in the 2006 Senior Bowl, which will be played at 3 p.m. on Saturday from Ladd-Peebles Stadium. There will be television coverage on ESPN.

Offensive tackle Marcus McNeill and linebacker Travis Williams are representing the Tigers in the all-star game along with receivers Ben Obomanu, Anthony Mix and Devin Aromashodu.

These scenes are from Thursday's practice:

Auburn offensive tackle Marcus McNeill is shown in the background as Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams carries the football.


Devin Aromashodu had a good day catching passes on Thursday in a non-contact practice session following a physical workout on Wednesday.


Florida's Mike Degory and Marcus McNeill (right) wait to be called for a drill by the San Francisco '49ers coaching staff, which is directing the South team.


Anthony Mix, who played tight end early in his college career at Auburn, is getting a look at tight end and wide receiver by the NFL scouts who have been in Mobile this week. Mix played his high school football across Mobile Bay at Baldwin County High and has had friends and family watching his practices.


Auburn linebacker Travis Williams (right) joins Alabama linebackers DeMeco Ryans (35) and Freddie Roach (8) during a break at Thursday's practice. Williams and his Tigers defeated Bama each of the past four seasons.


Travis Williams (left) is shown in pass coverage with Texas DB Cedric Griffin, who makes an interception.



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