1. Cameron Jordan- Although the quarterbacks get most of the publicity, Jordan remains the best player at the Senior Bowl. He dominates drills similar to what B.J. Raji did a few years ago.
2. Phil Taylor- The mammoth defensive tackle has been a terror to the South offensive linemen. Taylor is playing like Pat Williams in his prime.
3. Jeremy Beal- Beal used his quickness to get in the backfield during Wednesday's practice as he is a prototypical 3-4 end.
4. Ryan Kerrigan- After a couple of tough days, Kerrigan came back with a solid performance. Kerrigan appears to have a solid motor.
5. Jarvis Jenkins- This big defensive tackle was able to penetrate into the backfield routinely and make plays. His stock is certainly up for the week.
1. Nate Irving- Irving seems like the perfect plug and play guy at inside linebacker. He sheds blocks well and makes all the routine plays.
2. Greg Jones- Jones could be an impact linebacker for years to come. Ultra-productive collegiate career, moves well and good instincts.
3. Casey Matthews- The smallish Matthews looked very good in coverage drills and is quick to the football.
4. Brooks Reed- The Arizona linebacker is more athletic than he looks and he has a nice set of hands.
5. Von Miller- Miller is the highest rated linebacker here amongst most draftniks, but he's solely a 3-4 OLB.
1. Kendric Burney- The former UNC product has been glued to receivers as his footwork and backpedal are excellent.
2. Shareece Wright- Wright showed great instincts and break on the football as he had multiple passes defensed.
3. Quinton Carter- Carter is physically impressive as he can muscle receivers.
4. Marcus Gilchrist- Gilchrist is valuable as he can play multiple positions at either corner or safety.
Senior Bowl Positional Rankings- Defense
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