Jon Robinson is hard at work. The man has been watching a lot of film, and has already written over 100 reports on college prospects. He also attended college games throughout the season, and could be seen at practices for the East-West Shrine Game last week. Robinson says the Senior Bowl is really the best of the best, and that it's a good opportunity to meet and talk to some of the players, and to see them in action against the best competition. He also says its not the beginning of the process, rather it is the finality of the process. Do work!
Corn Elder is hoping to impress the Titans, and the rest of the NFL at the Senior Bowl. Elder played cornerback at Miami (Florida), and he says that this is his chance to show that he belongs in the NFL. Fun fact: Elder grew up in Murfreesboro, and he went to Ensworth in Nashville. He started in 13 games for Miami, and he recorded 76 tackles (tied for third on the team), led the team in pass breakups with 12, and had 4.5 tackles for a loss, 3.0 sacks, one interception, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery. He is a self proclaimed Titans fan, and says it would be crazy if he ended up on the team.
That's all for today. Happy reading!