Senior Bowl 2013: TV Schedule, Live Stream, Rosters and More

Rob Goldberg@TheRobGoldbergFeatured ColumnistJanuary 23, 2013

CLEMSON, SC - NOVEMBER 17:  Mike Glennon #8 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack drops back to pass against the Clemson Tigers during their game at Memorial Stadium on November 17, 2012 in Clemson, South Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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The Senior Bowl is less of a game and more of a showcase of talent for some of the best college football players in the country.

Everyone in this game has put together a successful career at their school. However, there is a big difference between succeeding in college and doing it in the pros.

With NFL scouts, coaches and general managers in attendance throughout the week of practice and the game, these players have to be at their very best in order to help themselves for the 2013 NFL draft.

Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming game.


When: Jan. 26 at 4 p.m. ET

Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala.

TV: NFL Network

Live Stream:


Players to Watch

Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas

Big things were expected for Tyler Wilson entering the season. He was regarded as one of the top quarterbacks in the country and he was coming off a great statistical year.

Unfortunately, he struggled for the most part. He had fewer yards and touchdowns than his junior season while he more than doubled his interception total.

Still, Wilson has a strong arm and has many of the tools that scouts look for in an NFL quarterback. If he does well over the next few months, he can be a first-round draft pick.


Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA

It seems like the players on the West Coast do not get as much credit as they deserve, and that was the case for Johnathan Franklin.

The UCLA running back totaled 1,734 yards on the ground this year with an average of over six yards per carry.

He did not have a good bowl game—only 34 yards on 14 carries against Baylor—but this game gives him a chance to give scouts a final look.

So far he has been impressive, showing both strength and speed necessary to make it at the next level.


Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

Few players in the nation had a better season than Terrance Williams of Baylor. The receiver led the entire country with 1,832 receiving yards, almost double his 957 yards from a year ago.

His 18.9 yards per catch were more than anyone else with over 60 receptions, and he finished with 97.

Although he does not have great size, it is more than good enough to go with his speed that he used to dominate opponents throughout the season.

Whichever team is lucky enough to draft Williams will get a game-changing player who will be able to score from anywhere on the field.


Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU

Although Ezekiel Ansah did not put up the greatest numbers in his college career, he has already impressed scouts during the Senior Bowl practices.

Everyone who watches him can see the size, speed and athleticism that could allow him to put up double-digit sack totals in the NFL.

At this point he is still a little bit of a risk, but a big performance in the Senior Bowl could allow him to climb up draft boards faster than almost anyone else in this game.


Full Rosters (courtesy of

North Offense

Pos. Player School
QB Zac Dysert Miami (OH)
QB Mike Glennon North Carolina State
QB Ryan Nassib Syracuse
RB Kenjon Barner Oregon
RB Johnathan Franklin UCLA
RB Robbie Rouse Fresno State
FB Kyle Juszczyk Harvard
WR Aaron Dobson Marshall
WR Marquise Goodwin Texas
WR Chris Harper Kansas State
WR Aaron Mellette Elon
WR Denard Robinson Michigan
WR Markus Wheaton Oregon State
TE Jack Doyle Western Kentucky
TE Nick Kasa Colorado
TE Ryan Otten San Jose State
OL Braxton Cave Notre Dame
OL Eric Fisher Central Michigan
OL Kyle Long Oregon
OL Joe Madsen West Virginia
OL Justin Pugh Syracuse
OL David Quessenberry San Jose State
OL Hugh Thornton Illinois
OL Ricky Wagner Wisconsin
OL Brian Winters Kent State
LS Luke Ingram Hawaii

North Defense

Pos. Player School
DL Michael Buchanan Illinois
DL Margus Hunt SMU
DL Datone Jones UCLA
DL Alex Okafor Texas
DL Jordan Hill Penn State
DL Kawann Short Purdue
DL Brandon Williams Missouri Southern
DL Sylvester Williams UNC
LB Steve Beauharnais Rutgers
LB Arthur Brown Kansas State
LB Khaseem Greene Rutgers
LB Kevin Reddick UNC
LB John Simon Ohio State
LB Trevardo Williams UCONN
DB Jonathan Cyprien Florida International
DB Will Davis Utah State
DB Dwayne Gratz UCONN
DB T.J. McDonald USC
DB Jordan Poyer Oregon State
DB Jamar Taylor Boise State
DB Phillip Thomas Fresno State
DB Desmond Trufant Washington
DB Duke Williams Nevada
DB Blidi Wreh-Wilson UCONN
P Jeff Locke UCLA
K Quinn Sharp Oklahoma State

South Offense

Pos. Player School
QB Landry Jones Oklahoma
QB E.J. Manuel Florida State
QB Tyler Wilson Arkansas
RB Andre Ellington Clemson
RB Mike Gillislee Florida
RB Onterio McCalebb Auburn
RB Stepfan Taylor Stanford
FB Tommy Bohanon Wake Forest
WR Cobi Hamilton Arkansas
WR Tavarres King Georgia
WR Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech
WR Ryan Swope Texas A&M
WR Conner Vernon Duke
WR Terrance Williams Baylor
TE Vance McDonald Rice
TE Mychal Rivera Tennessee
TE Michael Williams Alabama
OL Oday Aboushi Virginia
OL D.J. Fluker Alabama
OL Dalton Freeman Clemson
OL Lane Johnson Oklahoma
OL Xavier Nixon Florida
OL Brian Schwenke Cal
OL Dallas Thomas Tennessee
OL J.C. Tretter Cornell
OL Larry Warford Kentucky
LS Carson Tinker Alabama

 South Defense

Pos. Player School
DL Ezekiel Ansah BYU
DL Everett Dawkins Florida State
DL Lavar Edwards LSU
DL Malliciah Goodman Clemson
DL Corey Grissom South Florida
DL John Jenkins Georgia
DL Corneluis Washington Georgia
LB Jamie Collins Southern Miss
LB Zaviar Gooen Missouri
LB Nico Johnson Alabama
LB Sean Porter Texas A&M
LB Chase Thomas Stanford
LB Vince Williams Florida State
DB Robert Alford SE Louisiana
DB Marc Anthony Cal
DB Sanders Commings Georgia
DB Robert Lester Alabama
DB Leon McFadden San Diego State
DB Bacarri Rambo Georgia
DB B.W. Webb William and Mary
DB J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern
DB Shawn Williams Georgia
P Ryan Allen Louisiana Tech
K Dustin Hopkins Florida State



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