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Senior Bowl: Stock Up and Stock Down

We examine the best and worst performers during Senior Bowl week. Whose dynasty stock was affected?

Tylan Wallace

We examine the best and worst performers during Senior Bowl week. Whose dynasty stock was affected?

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Senior Bowl: Stock Up and Stock Down
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Kyle Knox
2 years ago

I’m surprised to see Toney with stock down. He was named player of the week at WR for his team at the Senior Bowl awards based on the week of practice. The DB’s that were trying to cover him certainly thought highly of him.

Thomas Dixon
2 years ago

Surprised by the Stevenson comments. Another “source” that I listened to yesterday was impressed by him at the Senior Bowl. And that said, I liked him at Oklahoma (I’m a Sooner fan); but am not sure I am totally sold on him as an NFL prospect. The other source didn’t mention the throwing up, etc. I will probably avoid him in rookie drafts but was going to do that before I read your comments. Seems like Wallace was hurt or had Covid when he played the Sooners this fall. So, I haven’t watched him for awhile. Glad to see his stock is up. I am not surprised by your evaluation of Ehlinger. I’ve watched him abuse the Sooners several times and concluded each time that he is a gritty, adequate college QB; but that the Sooners’ defense is what mostly made him look like Superman in the Red River Rivalry.

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