The 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl is quickly approaching, and our staff here at NFL Draft Lounge could not be more excited. Previously, we looked at Five Draft Prospects Poised For A Big Week At The 2023 Senior Bowl. With the rosters set and participants nearly ready to arrive, it’s time for us to continue our coverage. The 2023 Senior Bowl rosters have been released, which you can view here, and they’re full of promising small-school prospects.
Every year, it’s almost like clockwork that a small-school prospect has a huge week in Mobile. In fact, Jim Nagy, the Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl, had this to say when speaking to Ari Meirov:
What small-school prospects should people be keeping an eye on at next week's @seniorbowl? 👀
🎙 @MySportsUpdate, @JimNagy_SB
— The 33rd Team (@The33rdTeamFB) January 25, 2023
Naturally, it makes sense that small-school prospects have the most to gain during these NFL Draft all-star events, such as the Senior Bowl or even the Shrine Game.
Tyson Bagent, the quarterback from Shepherd university, a Division II school, has been featured by us. As was Andrei Iosivas, the wide receiver from Princeton University. Both of whom we believe are two draft stocks that are going to be on the rise next week.
Furthermore, Isaiah Land also makes his way onto the 2023 Senior Bowl rosters. The Florida A&M linebacker, along with Jackson State’s Aubrey Miller Jr, lead the way for HBCU prospects. Finally, also making their way onto the roster is Charlotte WR Grant DuBose, North Dakota State OL Cody Mauch, and UT-Chattanooga OL McClendon Curtis.
The 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl kicks off practice on Tuesday, January 31st, and runs through Thursday, February 2nd. The game airs live on the NFL Network.
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