"Coaching in the Senior Bowl is a great opportunity for us to learn about these players," Bengals coach Zac Taylor said in a statement. "You get a chance to spend a full week with the players and really learn what they're about. We will be looking for leadership, character and talent. To get a chance to coach them up close and in person is a great opportunity for our staff."
"My staff and I welcome the opportunity to coach many of the nation's best college players at the Senior Bowl later this month," Patricia said in a statement. "Most of us got our start in coaching at the collegiate level and we look forward to a great week in Mobile. This event has always been well-organized and provides great access that is helpful in our pre-draft evaluations."
Last year, the Senior Bowl produced 93 total draft picks, including 40 in the first three rounds and 10 first-rounders. Quarterbacks Daniel Jones (Giants), Drew Lock (Broncos), Gardner Minshew (Jaguars), WR Terry McLaurin (Redskins), WR Deebo Samuel (49ers), OL Elgton Jenkins (Packers), OL Erik McCoy (Saints), and DL Montez Sweat (Redskins) represented several of the Senior Bowl participants.