From SBNation's article on the Senior Bowl:
Although NFL teams are more concerned with the Senior Bowl practices than the game itself, they look for players who stood out during the week to flash their potential. As reported by SB Nation's Dan Kadar, perhaps no player has made a bigger impact during practice than Miami wideout Phillip Dorsett. Dorsett is a speedster who effortlessly shifts into his top gear and can take the top off a defense.
One of the other major storylines of the game is the position switch for Auburn's Nick Marshall. A quarterback for the Tigers, Marshall voluntarily moved to defensive back to maximize his draft stock. It provided one of the oddest moments of Senior Bowl practice: Marshall guarding college teammate Sammie Coates in one-on-one drills.
The Senior Bowl will also showcase some of the best quarterbacks in this year's draft class, as well as a flock of future first-round offensive and defensive linemen.
The Senior Bowl is the unofficial start of the NFL Draft season, where any manner of speculation, mock drafts and debates are allowed regarding the prospects of these young athletes.
In the past few years, the list of Senior Bowl participants that the Houston Texans have selected is a little cringe-worthy. They took Jay Prosch and C.J. Fiedorowicz in 2014; David Quessenberry and Trevardo Williams in 2013; and DeVier Posey, Randy Bullock and Ben Jones in 2012.
Regardless of their past foibles, there will be a ton of talent to salivate over. The Texans' scouts will be watching and so should you.
How to Watch:
Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium (Mobile, Alabama)
When: 3 p.m. CST
TV: NFL Network
Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile
For more Senior Bowl coverage, check out SB Nation's Mocking the Draft. You can also find live coverage from Mocking the Draft's Dan Kadar via his Twitter account.
The floor is yours, readers. Enjoy the game and use the Comments to talk about what you're seeing.