After three days of practices, the 2020 Senior Bowl commenced on Saturday afternoon. The North largely controlled the game after jumping out to an early lead and defeated the South 34-17. Here are three prospects that stood out in Saturday's game.
Bradlee Anae (DE, Utah)
Bradlee Anae was the most impressive player on the field. He had 3 sacks, which included back to back sacks on Jalen Hurts.
Bradlee Anae takes down Jalen Hurts pic.twitter.com/5zMJoyVlOL— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) January 25, 2020
Anae also had a pressure, which led to an interception by Malik Harrison.
Bradlee Anae is terrorizing the South offensive line at the #SeniorBowl— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) January 25, 2020
Along with Alton Robinson and Josh Uche, he effectively shut down the South's offense for long stretches. The offensive line continually failed to stop the Anae's pressure and his deep arsenal of pass-rushing moves.
Edge rusher is a need for the Ravens, especially with Matthew Judon set to become a free agent. Anae has consistently improved every year culminating in a 13-sack senior season. He is worth exploring as a Day 2 option.
Alton Robinson (DE, Syracuse)
Now, here is another North edge rusher that was dominant. Robinson recorded 2 sacks. He had a beautiful swim move that led to the first sack and got to the quarterback with an impressive burst of speed on the second.
Robinson needed a good performance after having a down season with 4 sacks; he had 10 in his prior season. Like Anae, he is projected to be a Day 2 pick.
Quartney Davis (WR, Texas A&M)
No wide receiver had a huge game Saturday, but Quartney Davis had the strongest game hauling in all 4 of his targets for 4 receptions and 53 yards. He is an excellent route runner and got himself open with ease.
Davis is a smooth receiver with good body control, but he did not have great production at Texas A&M. He is worth monitoring at the combine, and he did a good job of standing out in this receiver class on Saturday.