The last of three days of padded practices at the 2022 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, are over, as NFL draft prospects in attendance finished up Day 3 with lots head-to-head competition. The quarterbacks have been in the spotlight all week — Liberty’s Malik Willis was one of the stars on Days 1 and 2 — but a few other potential top-100 picks flashed their skills too. Thursday’s practice was indoors because of the rainy weather.
The Senior Bowl is an invite-only showcase of the top upperclassman prospects in the country, with more than 100 prospects split into two teams. The National team is coached by the New York Jets‘ staff, while the American team is coached by the Detroit Lions. The game is at 2:30 p.m. ET Saturday on NFL Network.
So which of the six quarterbacks in Mobile impressed on Thursday, and which were inconsistent? Which under-the-radar prospects continued their strong weeks? And who are the biggest draft risers from the entire week of practice?
Here are my thoughts from Day 3:
Seven biggest risers from the week