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- Texas A&M wide receiver Josh Reynolds got off to a rough start. During the early stages of practice he had two dropped passes, but he redeemed himself in the one-on-one period against the defensive backs. Reynolds showed his precise route-running and his ability to pluck the ball out of the air.
- Despite being a late addition to the Senior Bowl roster, Grambling wide receiver Chad Williams looked like he belonged. Throughout the South team practice he stood out, showing good speed, crisp routes and strong hands on many occasions.
- Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp is another prospect who was a big winner on day-one. Kupp simply could not be guarded by the North defensive backs. His moves at the line-of-scrimmage are efficient and there is no wasted motion in his routes.
- UNC wide receiver Ryan Switzer is lightning quick. He could climb draft boards as a lethal slot receiver and punt returner.
- O.J. Howard is the best prospect in Mobile and its not close. His demeanor, swagger and smoothness throughout practice proved it. Making multiple one-handed catches and showing off for scouts. Howard is a prospect that made drills look easy while dominating his competition. With a continued strong week, the former Alabama tight end could find himself in the Top-12 discussion in April.
- Toledo tight end Michael Roberts continued to build off of the momentum he built from last weeks East/West Shrine Game. Not the fastest, but Roberts just naturally knows how to gain separation.