CBSSports.com draft analyst Rob Rang names the three winners and three losers from the second day of the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.
Guard Laken Tomlinson, Duke: “He certainly impressed me today with his flexibility for a big man and his lateral agility and balance. He helped himself again.”
Defensive tackle Carl Davis, Iowa: “He struggled with consistency throughout his career at Iowa but he’s shown off his talent. He’s a big man, he’s got power and quickness and when he’s properly motivated, he’s quite the talent.”
Tight end Clive Walford, Miami: “He had some nice plays today down the seam in one-on-one drills that showed off his ability to pluck the ball out of the air and separate from defenders.”
Offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo, Colorado State: “He was beaten a bit today. He had some guys beat him on the outside. I like him so I think he’ll probably bounce back tomorrow.”
Outside linebacker Hau’oli Kikaha, Washington: “When he’s allowed to just be a pass rusher, he’s fine. But he measured in a little lighter than expected and he struggled in linebacker drills.”
Quarterback Bryce Petty, Baylor: “It’s a big week for him because of Baylor’s scheme and he’s just been so-so here. That’s a concern because there’s a perception he’s the best senior quarterback but he’s struggled making the adjustment from Baylor’s read offense.”