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2019 Senior Bowl North roster announced


The 2019 Senior Bowl gets underway next week, and the Oakland Raiders coaching staff will travel to Mobile, Ala., to coach the North team. The San Francisco 49ers will handle the coaching duties for the South team. There's 55 players that will comprise the North roster, and it will feature a handful of highly-touted players who could end up being high draft picks in late- April. It's the perfect opportunity for Head Coach Jon Gruden and General Manager Mike Mayock to build a relationship with potential prospects, and for the players participating in the Senior Bowl to gauge what life could be like at the next level.

From top to bottom there will be plenty of talent to choose from in the 2019 NFL Draft, but there's a select few participating in the Senior Bowl that stand above the rest; let's take a look at who some of them are.

QB, Drew Lock, Missouri

If you watch Lock's highlights, one of the first things you'll notice is his Baker Mayfield-esque swagger. He's got a confidence about him that lets you know he's not afraid to take shots in the game. Lock is currently a projected Top-10 pick, and could possibly wind up on the New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Denver Broncos. With Derek Carr under center for the Silver and Black, the team doesn't have a need for signal-callers, but I'm sure he'll have a plethora of suitors as the draft approaches.

QB, Daniel Jones, Duke

Another quarterback in the mix.

Jones — like Lock — is projected to go high in the first round, and is also linked to the Giants, Jaguars, and Broncos. The Duke Blue Devil's stats don't necessarily jump off the screen, totaling 2,674 passing yards, 22 touchdowns, and nine interceptions in 2018, but he has the tangibles to transition to the NFL level. Jones, and Lock, will probably receive a fair share of media attention in Alabama next week.

DB, Nasir Adderley, Delaware

The Raiders secondary saw a ton of new faces take the field in 2018, from Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to Karl Joseph, and a handful of other players in between. Finding consistency in Defensive Coordinator Paul Guenther's group was difficult, but the unit finally started to piece things together towards the end of the year. You can never have enough depth, and Adderley is a player I'm sure Gruden and Mayock will watch closely next week during practice. He boasts excellent sideline-to-sideline speed, and has the range to contest passes against his competition, and he excels in man coverage.

WR, Keelan Doss, UC Davis

Doss will be the only player present at the Senior Bowl that's played football close to the Bay Area. If you haven't heard of the UC Davis Aggie before, he's got plenty of athleticism and size to be an NFL receiver. Doss has had back-to-back seasons for the Aggies with more than 1,300 yards, and he's versatile enough to be featured in running plays; whether it's an end-around or a post-route, Doss has the makeup of a productive wide receiver at the next level.

DL, Zach Allen, Boston College

Boston College will be well represented at the Senior Bowl, with Allen and many of his teammates appearing on the North roster. The Silver and Black have a need for pass rushers, and Allen fits the bill. During his three seasons as a starter, Allen tallied more than 10 tackles for loss in each of those seasons, and added 16.5 sacks, two interceptions, and 199 tackles over the course of his career. At 6'5" and 285 pounds, Allen is a big fella that can use his strength to bully offensive linemen at will.

Take a look at the 2019 Senior Bowl North roster before the teams meet in Mobile, Ala. on January 26, 2019.

Here is the full North roster:

Position Player School
DB Nasir Adderley Delaware
DB Corey Ballentine Washburn
DB Marquise Blair Utah
DB Kris Boyd Texas
DB Jordan Brown South Dakota State
DB Will Harris Boston College
DB Amani Oruwariye Penn State
DB Darnell Savage Maryland
DB Marvell Tell III Southern California
DL Zach Allen Boston College
DL LJ Collier TCU
DL John Cominsky Charleston
DL Byron Cowart Maryland
DL Greg Gaines Washington
DL Jalen Jelks Oregon
DL Charles Omenihu Texas
DL Khalen Saunders Western Illinois
DL Chase Winovich Michigan
DL Renell Wren Arizona State
K Austin Seibert Oklahoma
LB Ben Banogu TCU
LB Te'Von Coney Notre Dame
LB Chase Hansen Utah
LB Germaine Pratt NC State
LB Cameron Smith Southern California
LB Drue Tranquill Notre Dame
LS Dan Godsil Indiana
OL Beau Benzschawel Wisconsin
OL Garrett Bradbury NC State
OL Nate Davis North Carolina Charlotte
OL Michael Dieter Wisconsin
OL Chuma Edoga Southern California
OL Chris Lindstrom Boston College
OL Erik McCoy Texas A&M
OL Kaleb McGary Washington
OL Dalton Risner Kansas State
OL Max Scharping Northern Illinois
P Mitch Wishnowsky Utah
QB Ryan Finley NC State
QB Daniel Jones Duke
QB Drew Lock Missouri
QB Trace McSorely Penn State
RB Karan Higdon Michigan
RB Alec Ingold Wisconsin
RB Dexter Williams Notre Dame
TE Donald Parham Stetson
TE Drew Sample Washington
TE Tommy Sweeney Boston College
WR Keelan Doss UC Davis
WR Emanuel Hall Missouri
WR Penny Hart Georgia State
WR Andy Isabella Massachusetts
WR Terry McLaurin Ohio State
WR Jakobi Meyers NC State
WR Alex Wesley Northern Colorado

Also feel free to check out the South roster, which will be coached by the San Francisco 49ers.

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