On a beautiful day in Mobile, Ala., more than 120 top NFL Draft prospects showcased their skills in front of scouts from all 32 NFL teams.
The Senior Bowl is regarded as the unofficial start to the NFL Draft process for many college stars with dreams of making it to the league.
The biggest winner of the day was Fresno State quarterback Jake Haener, who was named MVP of the game after throwing for 139 yards and a touchdown on 12 of 19 passing.
We saw multiple quarterbacks take the field for both teams, with TCU's Max Duggan, Louisville's Malik Cunningham,
Houston's Clayton Tune and Tyson Bagent from DII program Shepherd University also getting snaps.
Duggan, who led his Horned Frogs to the national championship game this season, went just 4 of 9 with 26 yards.
Other standouts from the game included Stanford wide receiver Michael Wilson,
South Alabama wide receiver Jalen Wayne (8 REC, 59 YDs), who is the son of former NFL star Reggie Wayne,
and Northwestern running back Evan Hull .
The next step in the draft process for the nation's top prospects is the NFL Combine, which gets underway on March 3rd from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.