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Senior Bowl Wrap Up 2019

Written By: Roy Countryman @Blitzalytics @PreacherBoyRoy

What a week to be a member of Blitzalytics! My week started off with a long 16-hour drive from my humble abode in PA all the way to the quaint town of Mobile, AL. This was my first trip to the home of the Senior Bowl, and along on this journey was Jack Bourgeois, Jason Feiner, Russ Lande, and Rusty Miller to catch a glimpse of some of these immensely talented seniors and graduated juniors. We had the privilege of being credentialed for the practices and game which gave us access to spend some one on one time not only with the prospects but also the coaches and scouting staffs as well. We astutely took notes on practices and swapped stories with some of the best in the media business at stops like Veets and a few choice eating establishments that were to die for. We also had the pleasure to host a live podcast at the River Renaissance Plaza Hotel which serves as a home base of sorts for the events. We had to be flexible due to inclement weather on Wednesday which forced Jim Nagy and co. to move practices inside to South Alabama’s indoor facility that lacks the space to allow all the media to access, but with great poise and respectfulness Jim and Rob LeHocky made sure to make the best of a bad situation, and a definite tip of the cap to those folks who work so hard to allow us to have the privilege of covering this fine event. Back to our live podcast, we had a wide array of analysts that served up their opinions on a roundtable of sorts that you should definitely give a listen if you haven’t already. Our guests included all the mentioned Blitzalytics team members plus Bleacher Report’s own Mike Tanier, Andrae Perry, and of course Russ Lande himself. After the conclusion of Thursday’s practice, the majority of our staff parted ways to go home, but Rusty and I stayed to take in the spectacle of gameday. Rusty got a tremendous view from down in the grandstands while I had the rare privilege to sit in the press box. The game itself was tremendous display from a number of different players that put forth strong efforts throughout the practices that week. So, all in all, I would like to cordially thank Jim Nagy, Rob LeHocky, Reese’s, and all the staff from this week that put forth a tremendous amount of work to let us have such a blast in covering the event.

I also want to give you a list of players that have really caught my eye throughout the totality of the week and will focus in keenly on a few of these prospects in the weeks to come while pushing out some scouting reports. Without further ado here are my Top 30 guys that have improved their stocks with their performances of the last week:

1. L.J. Collier: DE, TCU

2. Trevon Wesco: FB/TE, West Virginia

3. Charles Omenihu: DE, Texas

4. Corey Ballentine: CB, Washburn

5. Jalen Jelks: DE, Oregon

6. Garrett Bradbury: C, N.C. State

7. Chris Lindstrom: OG, Boston College

8. Dalton Risner: OL, Kansas State

9. Mitch Wishnowsky: P, Utah

10. Nasir Adderley: S, Delaware

11. Penny Hart: WR, Georgia State

12. Andy Isabella: WR, UMass

13. Darnell Savage: S, Maryland

14. Lonnie Johnson Jr.: CB, Kentucky

15. Terrill Hanks: LB, New Mexico State

16. Rock Ya-Sin: CB, Temple

17. Montez Sweat: DE, Mississippi State

18. Keelan Doss: WR, UC Davis

19. Foster Moreau: TE, LSU

20. Hunter Renfrow: WR, Clemson

21. Gary Jennings: WR, West Virginia

22. Tyre Brady: WR, Marshall

23. Deebo Samuel: WR, South Carolina

24. Deshaun Davis: LB, Auburn

25. Khalen Saunders: DT, Western Illinois

26. Oli Udoh: OT, Elon

27. Demarcus Christmas: DT, Florida State

28. Carl Granderson: DE, Wyoming

29. Austin Seibert: K, Oklahoma

30. Daylon Mack: DT, Texas A&M

Stay Humble and Be a Blessing!

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