The 2012 Senior Bowl, which is set to kick off on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Mobile, Ala., features some of the best and brightest college football seniors from all over the country and organizes them into North and South teams. In the week heading up to the game, the college players are coached and scouted by NFL staff which gives them a great chance of increasing their draft stock.
Currently, two University of Georgia Bulldogs are listed on National Football Post's Wes Bunting's top-10 prospects playing in the Senior Bowl: guard Cordy Glenn and cornerback Brandon Boykin.
Glenn had some struggles this week at OT. However, when lined-up inside at guard he was downright dominant. He showcased good natural quickness off the ball, was able to extend his arms and control blockers with ease through contact. Looks like a first round caliber guard prospect to me.
In SB Nation's most recent mock draft, Glenn was taken in the first round at No. 31 overall by the New York Giants, but Bunting believes that Glenn is best fit to play for the Steelers, Cowboys or Cardinals.
Despite his lack of ideal height, he’s physical off the line, can turn and run, and did a better job as the week went on staying lower when trying to re-direct. He’s a competitor who loves to get into the face of opposing receivers and was a tough guy to separate from all week.
ESPN's draft insider lists Boykin as this draft classes' sixth-ranked cornerback and Bunting believes he's best fit playing for the Ravens, Browns or Broncos in the NFL.
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