The Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl will be played on Saturday afternoon in Mobile, Alabama. Tennessee will have a couple of representatives in the game that are not only representing the University, but they are also attempting to increase their draft stock on every snap. Get all the info you need to watch the game plus a few little notes from the week of bowl practices.

The game will be telecast on ESPN and will begin at 2pm EST. Here is the most current roster for the North and South squads, plus some observations from the week.

98 Anthony Adams- Penn St
16 Brooks Barnard- Maryland
3 Arnaz Battle- Notre Dame
7 Kyle Boller- California
86 Tyler Brayton- Colorado
27 Lance Briggs- Arizona
11 Tyrone Calico- MTSU
94 Colin Cole- Iowa
55 Angelo Crowell- Virginia
82 Kevin Curtis- Utah St
59 Anthony Davis- Virginia Tech
8 DeJaun Groce- Nebraska
51 Gerald Hayes- Pittsburgh
81 Michael Haynes- Penn St
6 Victor Hobson- Michigan
25 Terrence Holt- NC State
64 Ben Johnson- Wisconsin
24 Bryant Johnson- Penn St
5 Larry Johnson- Penn St
72 Al Johnson- Wisconsin
83 Bennie Joppru- Michigan
2 Cato June- Michigan
57 Chris Kelsay- Nebraska
78 Dan Koppen- Boston College
99 Terrance Martin- NC St
44 Casey Moore- Stanford
35 Ovie Mughelli- Wake Forest
73 Bruce Nelson- Iowa
93 Calvin Pace- Wake Forest
79 Tony Pashos- Illinois
97 Kenny Peterson- Ohio St
22 Artose Pinner- Kentucky
15 Dave Ragone- Louisville
14 Antwoine Sanders- Utah
32 Cecil Sapp- Colorado St
75 Steve Sciullo- Marshall
23 Bryan Scott- Penn St
85 LJ Smith- Rutgers
9 Clifton Smith- Syracuse
56 Eric Steinbach- Iowa
45 Marcus Trufant- Washington St
1 Bobby Wade- Arizona
10 Seneca Wallace- Iowa St
41 Shane Walton- Notre Dame
69 Seth Wand- NW Mizzu St
42 Matt Wilhelm- Ohio St
58 Kevin Williams- Oklahoma St
28 Eugene Wilson- Illinois

88 Sam Aiken- North Carolina
14 Julian Battle- Tennessee
73 Jeremy Bridges- Southern Miss
52 Mark Brown- Auburn
43 Chris Brown- UAB
53 Ben Claxton- Mississippi
31 Domanick Davis- LSU
22 Sammy Davis- Texas A&M
97 Nick Eason- Clemson
8 Terrence Edwards- Georgia
25 Justin Fargas- USC
28 Drayton Florence- Tuskegee
71 George Foster- Georgia
27 Doug Gabriel- Central Florida
21 Talman Gardner- Florida St
1 Kevin Garrett- SMU
5 Earnest Graham- Florida
51 Jamaal Green- Florida St
33 Justin Griffith- Mississippi St
98 Mario Haggan- Mississippi St
61 Montrae Holland- Florida St
6 Taylor Jacobs- Florida
11 Bradie James- LSU
96 Jarret Johnson- Alabama
26 Todd Johnson- Florida
55 Kenny King- Alabama
12 Kliff Kingsbury- Texas Tech
45 Malaefou MacKenzie- USC
65 Vince Manuwai- Hawaii
16 Rashean Mathis- Bethune Cookman
44 LaMarcus McDonald- TCU
95 Jerome McDougle- Alabama
58 Rashad Moore- Tennessee
54 Kindal Moorehead- Alabama
59 Mike Nattiel- Florida
56 Ben Nowland- Auburn
3 Carson Palmer- USC
18 Mike Seidman- UCLA
2 Chris Simms- Texas
78 Jon Stinchcomb- Georgia
10 Pisa Tinoisamoa- Hawaii
76 Torrin Tucker- Southern Miss
82 Aaron Walker- Florida
94 Ty Warren- Texas A&M
99 Andrew Williams- Miami
72 Brett Williams- Florida St
17 Andre Woolfolk- Oklahoma

Tennessee Senior Bowl Notes:
- Defensive tackle Rashad Moore had a rough start to his Senior Bowl week. His practices were said to be very unkind to him as far as first impressions on NFL scouts. However, Moore did rebound to have good performances on Wednesday and Thursday.

- Tennessee receiver Kelley Washington was in attendance on Wednesday to meet some of the NFL managers and scouts that were present to see senior players perform. Washington's presence was said to be a surprise, but he came across very well with some important NFL officials.

- When asked, NFL scouts like Julian Battle as a cornerback in the pros but Battle ran into a stumbling block in practice. He did not perform very well at corner. He looked slow covering wideouts on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday he was moved back to strong safety and did considerably better. With a strong performance in the game and a strong output at the NFL combine, Battle could climb into the first round. The first round could be a reach for Battle at this point, but he does look like a lock for a second round pick at worst. He should see time at corner and safety during the game.

- Will Ofenheusle is also out of the game due to injury. He is currently in New Orleans training for the NFL combine. He is working with the same agency as former Vol, current New Orleans Saint Donte Stallworth.

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