Scouting expert Russ Lande and a team of scouts came away with following observations from the Senior Bowl:
Strongest Arm - Tony Pike, QB - Cincinnati - Clearly has big arm to make all the throws
Weakest Arm - Sean Canfield, QB - Oregon State
Fastest Receiver - Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss - NFL people salivating about his speed and explosiveness.
Best Hands - Jacoby Ford, WR, Clemson - Smooth route-running skills - Impressed throughout the week.
Best Inside Runner & Right hook - RB, LaGarrette BLount, Oregon - Scouts caught off guard by his quickness and powerful running.
Best Outside Runner - McCluster
Best pass blocker - Mike Iuapati - Showed strength to stalemate rushers and quickness to neutralize stunts.
Best run blocker - Also Iuapati - Extremely violent run blocker at the point of attack. Consistently blows up his man.
Strongest athlete - Iuapati - He was clearly the most dominant lineman at this weeks Senior Bowl.
Strongest defensive lineman - Jeff Owens, Georgia - Showed raw strength to play 3:4 tackle and has frame to add weight.
Best run stuffer - Jared Odrick, Penn State - Speed and agility to pursue the ball carrier.
Best pass rusher - Brandon Graham - Michigan - Easily was the most impressive Defensive End this week. Showed great power and speed coming off the edge.
Hardest hitter - Taylor Mays, USC - One negative is that his aggressiveness hurts him in coverage.
Best cover man - Kyle Wilson, Boise State - Looked great in man-to-man and zone coverages.