Bowls offer one more chance to improve draft stock
The bowls offer one more chance for players to improve their draft stock before all-star games and combines.
With that in mind, here's a breakdown (in order of bowl date) of the 10 prospects I will be watching a little closer during bowl season.
Early Doucet, WR, LSUPlays Ohio State in the BCS Championship Game on Jan. 7
Doucet is no longer a lock to be taken in the first round. A groin injury robbed him of four games in the middle of the season and he has been mostly solid since returning with only a couple big-play moments sprinkled in. The speedster will need to run crisp routes and gain most of his yards after the catch versus a Buckeyes defense that spends most its time in zone coverage. Making CB Malcolm Jenkins miss a couple times in space wouldn't hurt Doucet's cause either.
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