Senior Bowl Players Set

The Senior Bowl week begins Monday with the first practices of the week. Almost all of the NFL will be there by Tuesday, from GMs, to head coaches and all the personnel folks.

The quality of the people watching practice will exceed those that they watch. While there may be several last minute additions and/or deletions, the players in Mobile, Alabama this week does not include the names that will be taken early in the first round. The top quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight end, offensive and defensive linemen, linebackers and defensive backs. It’s doubtful the Chiefs choice at the No. 5 pick will be playing in this game.

There are only two of the top 20 or 25 players taking part: OT Trent Williams from Oklahoma and CB Patrick Robinson of Florida State. Most of the players on both rosters are considered good enough to be selected in April’s NFL Draft.

In the last five drafts, the Chiefs selected 43 players. A dozen of those players participated in the Senior Bowl: 2009-Alex Magee, 2008-Brad Cottam and Barry Richardson, 2007-Dwayne Bowe, Tank Tyler and Kolby Smith, 2006-Tamba Hali and Brodie Croyle, 2005-Dustin Colquitt, Craphonso Thorpe, Alphonso Hodge and Jeremy Parquet.

Here is the list of invitees by position that will work with the coaching staffs of the Detroit Lions and Miami Dolphins:

Quarterbacks

 Player  School  HT  WT

Proj.

Round

Jarrett Brown West Virginia 6-4 223

7

Sean Canfield Oregon State 6-4 214

4

Dan LeFevour Cent. Michigan 6-3 238

5

Tony Pike  Cincinnati  6-6  225

5

Zac Robinson Oklahoma State 6-3 218

7

Tim Tebow Florida 6-3 240

3

Running Backs

Joique Bell Wayne St. 6-1 223 7
LeGarrette Blount  Oregon  6-2  240  5
Chris Brown Oklahoma 5-10 200 5
Anthony Dixon Miss. State 6-1 235 3
Montario Hardesty Tennessee 6-0 215 3
Rashawn Jackson (FB) Virginia 6-1 245 7
Stafon Johnson  Southern Cal 5-11  210  6
Dexter McCluster  Mississippi 5-8  165  4
Lonyae Miller  Fresno State  5-11  215  7
Charles Scott  LSU  6-0  234  4
Ben Tate  Auburn  5-11  218  4

Wide Receivers

Danario Alexander Missouri 6-5 215 3
Riley Cooper Florida 6-3 215 4
Dorin Dickerson (FB) Pitt  6-2  230  3
Jacoby Ford Clemson 5-9 175 4
Mardy Gilyard Cincinnati 6-1 187 2
Shay Hodge Mississippi 6-1 207 5
Brandon LaFell LSU 6-3 206 2
Chris McGaha  Arizona State  6-1  199  5
Taylor Price  Ohio  6-1 212 7
Andre Roberts  The Citadel  5-11  190  3
Joe Webb UAB 6-4 220 *
Jeremy Williams  Tulane  6-1  205  3

* position change from QB

Tight End

Ed Dickson  Oregon  6-5 235  2
Garrett Graham  Wisconsin  6-3  250  3
Jimmy Graham Miami 6-8 260 4
Mike Hoomanawanui  Illinois  6-5  270  5
Anthony McCoy Southern Cal 6-2 250 2
Colin Peek Alabama 6-6 255 6

Offensive Line

Jon Asamoah/G Illinois  6-5  315  3
Zane Beadles/G Utah  6-4  305  4
Ciron Black/T LSU 6-5 322 3
Charles Brown/T Southern Cal 6-6 285 2
Jeff Byers/G Southern Cal  6-6  285  7
Selvish Capers/T West Virginia  6-5  298  2
Vladimir Ducasse/G Massachusetts 6-5 330 2
Mike Iupati/G Idaho 6-6 325 2
John Jerry/G Mississippi 6-5 350 4
Mike Johnson/G Alabama  6-6  305  3
Ted Larsen/C NC State  6-2 296 7
Shawn Lauvao/G Arizona State  6-3  305  6
Eric Olsen/C Notre Dame  6-5  305  7
Mitch Petrus/G Arkansas  6-4  315  5
Matt Tennant/C Boston College  6-4  294  3
J.D. Walton/C Baylor  6-3  305  3
Ed Wang/T Virginia Tech  6-5   309  4
Trent Williams/T Oklahoma  6-6  318  1
Sam Young/T Notre Dame  6-8  320  4

Defensive Line

Tyson Alualu/DT California 6-3 290 4
Geno Atkins/DT Georgia 6-1 290 3
Alex Carrington/DE Arkansas St. 6-5  284  7
Terrence Cody/DT Alabama 6-5 365 2
Antonio Coleman (OLB) Auburn 6-3 261 7
Brandon Graham/DE Michigan 6-2 263 2
Lamarr Houston/DT Texas  6-2  300  3
Jerry Hughes (OLB) TCU 6-3 257 2
Brandon Lang (OLB) Troy 6-3 256 4
Jared Odrick/DT Penn State  6-5  296  2
Jeff Owens/DT Georgia 6-3 300 5
George Selvie/DE So. Florida 6-4 250 2
D’Anthony Smith/DT Louisiana Tech  6-2  300  3
Cam Thomas/DT North Carolina  6-3  325  5
Dan Williams/DT Tennessee 6-3 327 1
C.J. Wilson/DE East Carolina 6-4 278 4

Linebacker

Pat Angerer/ILB Iowa  6-1  235  4
Donald Butler/ILB Washington  6-1  235  FA
Jamar Chaney/ILB Mississippi St. 6-1 245 3
Koa Misi/OLB Utah  6-3  263  6
Roddrick Muckelroy/OLB Tennessee  6-2  235  3
Eric Norwood/OLB So. Carolina 6-1 252 2
Darryl Sharpton/ILB Miami 6-0 235 5
Cameron Sheffield/OLB Troy 6-2 249 7
Daryl Washington/ILB TCU 6-3 234 3
Dekoda Watson/OLB Florida State  6-2  228  5
Sean Weatherspoon/OLB Missouri  6-2  250  2

Defensive Back

Nate Allen/S South Florida 6-2 207 3
Javier Arenas/CB Alabama 5-9 198 2
Larry Asante  Nebraska  6-1  214  3
Harry Coleman/S LSU 6-2 206 4
Chris Cook/S Virginia 6-2 210 6
Perrish Cox/CB Oklahoma St.  6-0  198  1
Trevard Lindley/CB Kentucky 6-0 179 3
Taylor Mays/S Southern Cal  6-3  235  1
Kyle McCarthy/S Notre Dame  6-1  210  6
Devin McCourty/CB Rutgers  5-11  190  3
Jerome Murphy/CB South Florida  6-1  192  5
Patrick Robinson/CB Florida St. 5-11 193 1
Myron Rolle/S Florida St.  6-2  218 6
Terrell Skinner/S Maryland 6-3 214 7
Syd’Quan Thompson/CB California  5-9  191  3
Kyle Wilson/CB Boise State  5-10  186  2

Punter

Zoltan Mesko  Michigan  6-5  231  6
Matt Dodge East Carolina 6-2 220 FA

Kicker

Leigh Tiffin  Alabama  6-2  212  7
Brent Swenson Michigan State 5-8 185 6

Snapper

Mike Windt  Cincinnati  6-2  250  FA
Morgan Cox  Tennessee  6-4  226  FA

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