TFYdraft has their summary of the daily practice notes for each player along with a weekly analysis: Senior Bowl: South Practice Page Senior Bowl: North Practice Page It's interesting because you can see daily practice summaries plus an overall analysis. Some analyses of interest: - Tim Tebow, QB, Florida: "Where to begin? No one expected any miracles from Tebow this week and in the end we could all say he was disappointing on the field. He deserves credit for showing up and it talks volumes to his character. We will state now what weâ€™ve said all year- Tebow needs a lot of work on his mechanics from the ground up and that was not going to change in three practices at the end of January. He probably dropped a round in the draft but we wonâ€™t dismiss him at this point." - Sean Canfield, QB, Oregon: "Canfield was a good story during the â€˜09 campaign and jumped onto the scouting radar from nowhere. Heâ€™s a solid timing passer yet in the end he proved in the Senior Bowl he does not possess the arm strength necessary to play at the next level." - Dexter McCluster, RB, Mississippi: "McCluster was one of a handful of players who leave the Senior Bowl as big winners. He showed a complete game and played much bigger than his listed size. All thatâ€™s left is for McCluster to bust one out as a punt and/or kick returner today." - Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami: "Graham looks the part in every way and is impressive on the field. He showed big time flashes of skill and just needs a little more time to pull the pieces of his game together. Scouts had to like what they saw all week." - Dorin Dickerson, TE, Pittsburgh: "Dickerson was nothing less than fantastic all week and really improved his draft stock. He was fast, reliable and sturdy. He has the speed to get downfield and tenacity to make plays in the underneath coverage. The question remains how will Dickerson be used at the next level?" - Colin Peek, TE, Alabama: "Peek may not be the biggest, fastest or strongest yet proved each day he stepped on the field he is a terrific football player. We spoke with him at length on Thursday and he is also a respectful and intelligent young man. Heâ€™s the kind of guy thatâ€™s easy to root for and scouts told us heâ€™ll make an excellent number two tight end in the NFL." - Jacoby Ford, WR, Clemson: "Ford presented himself as a solid prospect at slot receiver but his overall game lacks strength. Heâ€™s the type of pass catcher that will need room to work and someone who must be thrown the ball in the open field." - Marshawn Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati: "For the most part Gilyard was good. Heâ€™s exceptionally quick and separates from opponents. His lacks of downfield speed was surprising and Gilyard will struggle handling the jam or battling for the reception at the next level." - Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho: "Maybe the most anticipated prospect in Mobileâ€¦not named Tim Tebow. Many openly wondered when and if this highly regarded prospect would receive any repetitions at offensive tackle. He did so with spectacularly woeful results. Some of this was due to an obvious lack of comfortability moving from his lifelong position of guard. Some was due to technique issues which are not as apparent inside. Iupati is clearly a physical specimen with imposing size, long arms, and great strength at the point of attack. He often overcomes technique difficulties with those natural abilities. If he ever plans on becoming an elite interior blocker, he will need to work very hard on his hand play, hip flexibility, and footwork. There was a chance Iupati could solidify himself as a late first round caliber prospect. He was unable to do as such with these efforts." This is much less enthusiastic than move reviews of Iupati's Senior Bowl week. - Mike Johnson, OG, Alabama: "Started off very well but petered out slightly as the week progressed. Johnson is not the typical squat shaped prospect often seen at guard. He is tall and relatively lean for the position. Even still, he fires off the ball well and loves to get into defenders bodyâ€™s driving them off the football. Like many this week under an NFL microscope, his technique was hardly up to snuff. Surprisingly, he did not see any action at tackle like many of his linemates. Johnson had good film from the season, had a solid albeit nondescript week of practice, and should still legitimately be one of the top guards taken in the first few rounds." - Vlad Ducasse, OL, UMass: "Whispers began ruminating around the practice field about the potentiality of Ducasse sneaking into the late first round with strong play this week. Unfortunately, said level of play was never achieved. Teams do love his prospective talent as either a guard or tackle. He certainly displays very good athleticism and quickness. He is blessed enough in said areas, along with long arms, to potentially be a left tackle at the next level. In the end many came away disappointed with his erratic play in multiple areas. His technique was sadly lacking in his hand play. His hands were too wide on most occasions and rarely thrown with authority. Vlad Ducasse does have enough potential to be a second or third round prospect that can grow into multiple positions along the offensive line." - Ciron Black, OL, LSU: "After an impressive career at LSU, Black showed he is clearly not an NFL left tackle. He may not even be a right tackle. And it was good for this prospect to move around the offensive line during his trip to Mobile. Black displayed multiple issues with his technique and athleticism. He is big and powerful, has a great frame, certainly experienced, yet is not the type of lineman expected to win the one on one battles consistently. His draft stock can be found all over the place, but this week certainly cemented something less than an early round selection." - Terrance Cody, DT, Alabama: "What can be said about this mammoth interior defender which has not already been said? Cody is a prototypical two down zero technique. This certainly holds its own special value. Itâ€™s hard to find men as large as Terrence Cody who have just enough athleticism to really control the middle of an offensive line. He has his issues with hand play and flexibility but is just impossible to move against fellow collegians. His issues will become more apparent at the next level, but someone will finally take a chance on his talent (probably in round 2 or 3) despite all the concerns about weight and technique." - Jared Odrick, DE/DT, Penn St.: "Arguably the only player to walk on to the field in Mobile as a legitimate first round prospect and leave the week as such (while potentially even improving his standing). Jared Odrick has tremendous skills along the defensive interior. His quickness off the snap is outstanding. He uses his hands properly while throwing them with authority. While he was not allotted the opportunity in Mobile, he has enough athleticism to play some defensive end in multiple schemes. His one issue may be a lack of strength at the point of attack due to his long frame. Though for most of the week, Jared Odrick was simply a disruptive force and a handful to block." - Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas St.: "Automatically impresses onlookers with a sculpted and powerful physique. This small school product certainly looks the part, and his play during this time was just as noteworthy. Carrington likely improved his overall stock more than any other in attendance as a result. He flashed fantastic strength on multiple imposing bull rushes decleating offensive linemen. While some questioned said aspect of his game entering this week, Carrington may have solidified himself as a late second round option." - Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan: "It may be a clichÃ© at this point, but Graham certainly does look more than a linebacker than a defensive end. He was never given the opportunity to test his abilities from a two point stance even though he is consistently projected as a 34 outside linebacker. His size becomes somewhat less of an issue after legitimately measuring out at 6-feet-1-inch tall and 263 pounds. On the field, Graham was a steady and consistent performer. He displayed explosive tendencies off his initial step while shortening the edge. He used his natural leverage advantage to win multiple encounters. Though, he can be neutralized when much larger offensive lineman fit up properly. Brandon Graham entered the week as a potential late first/early second round possibility and did nothing to hurt said status." - Austen Lane, DE, Murray St.: "Better and better with each passing repetition, it was obvious Lane gained more confidence throughout the process. Physically, he is notable athlete off the edge. The former Murray State product has the long and lean frame which is ideal for pass rushers. His issues came revolved around consistently being able to take advantage of those physical gifts. Lane is raw in his technique and does not always show the ability to dip the shoulder and gain the edge. But he did display some subtle nuances Wednesday giving the indication he can be a potential threat as an edge rusher. Like many small school products, just the ability to play against better competition helped his status."