From a scouting perspective, Senior Bowl week is pretty much all about what happens in practice on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Those are the days prospects are in full pads and taking part in one-on-one and team drills designed to illustrate their strengths and weaknesses.
The game itself is less important for scouts, with a controlled environment -- restricted offensive formations and defensive coverages, etc. -- limiting the in-depth scouting information that can be gleaned from the action.
However, useful tidbits do come out of the game that serve to reinforce what scouts see during practice, and looking back on this year's game that list begins with the quarterbacks.
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