The 2011 Senior Bowl kicks off on Saturday, featuring some of the best NFL prospects in college football. Players have been measured, analyzed and picked apart all week ahead of Saturday’s game as scouts work to project where a player should be drafted. In many ways, Saturday’s game is anti-climatic because of that. The scouts left in droves on Wednesday after taking in three days of practice, giving the prospects a small window to impress in.
Time: 1 p.m. PST on Saturday, Jan. 29.
Location: Ladd Peebles Stadium in beautiful Mobile, Alabama.
Broadcast Information: The NFL Network has the broadcast rights to the Senior Bowl, and has been broadcasting practices throughout the week. Mike Mayock has been in Alabama all week, so we’re going to assume he’ll be doing the broadcasting. Let’s hope for a big stiff-arm.
Teams: Players are split into North and South teams, with our local prospects setting up shop on the North squad. Washington’s Jake Locker and Mason Foster will both be looking to impress in Alabama today.
Rosters: The full rosters can be found here.
Catch all the action at 1 p.m. today on NFL Network. Can Jake Locker find some accuracy against the South defense? Will Mason Foster continue his consistently strong week during Saturday’s game? We’ll find out later today as the two take the field in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.