By the time more than 300 prospects for the 2016 NFL Draft gather at the NFL Scouting Combine in February, all 32 teams will have plenty of intel on them. But 30 of them won't have the luxury of the headstart in evaluating many of the top seniors that the Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars are about to receive.
"On behalf of the Jaguars, we're excited about the opportunity to come back to Mobile and coach the Senior Bowl," Bradley stated in a Senior Bowl release. "It provides our staff with a chance to work with the players and really get to know them and we've found that to be a very beneficial part of the draft process."
Two 55-man rosters for the Jan. 30 game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. are nearly complete. Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun was among seven players announced as new commitments to the game on Thursday, and other top commitments include Ohio State WR Braxton Miller, Oklahoma WR Sterling Shepard, Baylor DE Shawn Oakman, Houston CB William Jackson III and LSU DB Jalen Mills.