It's Senior Bowl week, and some of the best prospects in the 2024 NFL draft class are in Mobile, Alabama. Players are split into two teams, competing head-to-head over three days of practice sessions. The annual invite-only event was reserved for seniors and graduated juniors in the past, but a rule change has now opened it up to underclassmen who have declared for the draft. Potential first-rounders such as Michael Penix Jr., Bo Nix, Laiatu Latu, Quinyon Mitchell and Xavier Legette are all trying to stand out from the bunch. The three days of practices are now complete, but you can still watch the game on Saturday at 1 p.m. ET on NFL Network.
NFL draft analysts Matt Miller and Jordan Reid are here with the latest from inside Hancock Whitney Stadium at the University of South Alabama. They broke down all the action as it unfolded, including each day's biggest risers, analysis on how top prospects performed, which sleepers dominated, what polarizing prospects still need to show and what they heard from scouts, coaches and execs on the ground in Alabama.