Senior Bowl 2013 Live Stream: Watch NFL Draft Prospects Play For Free; Preview
It is that time of year again, folks. It's time to get prepared for the 2013 NFL Draft, and what better way to catch a glimpse of the talent available than to watch the 2013 Senior Bowl. Kick off of the game is scheduled to take place at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday and can be seen by most people on the NFL Network depending on your local television coverage. However, if you are not able to watch the game on TV, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
The game is taking place at the Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama in front of hundreds of NFL scouts, coaches, coordinators, general managers, presidents and owners. It is a chance for NFL draft prospects to show off their skills and talent in hopes of raising their stock for the April draft. As we all know, the higher you are drafted, the more money you will make. Needless to say, everybody playing in the game will be trying their hardest to make an impression on all of the scouts watching.
Not too long ago we posted the official 2012 Senior Bowl Rosters and you can click here to see which players will be participating in the football game.
As with almost any football game these days, all eyes will be on the quarterbacks. For the North team, everybody will be watching North Carolina State's Matt Glennon. Glennon is already considered to be the best available quarterback in the draft by some mock draft experts, including the legendary Mel Kiper Jr.
On the South squad, everyone will have a close eye on Oklahoma's Landry Jones and Arkansas' Tyler Wilson. Neither are expected to be first round draft picks, but anything can happen if they have a strong performance.
At running back, all eyes will be on the North's Kenjon Barner from Oregon. Barner could be the first running back taken in the draft if he puts on a good performance on Saturday in the Senior Bowl 2013.
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