The North team, featuring three Washington Huskies, defeated the South team by a score of 23-13 in the 2012 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. on Saturday afternoon. Those Washington players that were featured were running back Chris Polk, offensive tackle Senio Kelemete and defensive tackle Alameda Ta'Amu.
Polk was the North team's third leading rushing trailing Isaiah Pead, the game's MVP, of the Cincinnati Bearcats and Doug Martin from Boise State. He carried the ball six times for 16 yards for a 2.7 yards per carry average. Polk may not have gained many yards on the ground but he's still rated as one of the top running backs in this year's draft class.
All of the scoring in this year's Senior Bowl was done by kickers and quarterbacks as there wasn't a single running back that found their way into the end zone. There is still a couple months and the combine until the draft so the book isn't completely closed on Polk, Kelemete or Ta'Amu as they still have time to improve, or hurt, their draft stock.
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