2020 Senior Bowl – Reports, News, Analysis, and Rumors

They say that the NFL Draft starts in Mobile and this year will be no different. While LSU superstar and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow won’t be in attendance, the 2020 Senior Bowl will feature the likes of Derrick Brown, Justin Herbert, Jordan Love, Brandon Aiyuk, and many others. The full rosters for both the North and South team can be found here. The week will be filled with news, analysis, and rumors. Here at Pro Football Network, we’ll have you covered with all of the latest information coming out of Mobile as we have several of our analysts and insiders, including Tony Pauline and Ben Allbright, on the ground for the 2020 Senior Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and the surrounding areas.

The week in Mobile is always a great chance for NFL teams to get their first up-close looks at NFL draft prospects. For the Cincinnati Bengals and Detroit Lions, they’ll get the biggest advantage of anyone as they will be coaching the two teams – South and North, respectively.

Below, you’ll find the practice schedule for the week, which culminates in the Senior Bowl Game on Saturday, January 25 at 1:30 PM CT at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. It will be broadcast on the NFL Network. For fans looking to attend the game, tickets are available for $30, $20, or $10 and can be purchased through the official Senior Bowl website.

2020 Senior Bowl Schedule

Before the game on Saturday, there will be practices. Here at PFN, we’ll be releasing a report after every practice, highlighting each position group and specific players. We’ll also be publishing the top risers from each day as well as the latest news and rumors coming from Mobile, courtesy of PFN Insiders Tony Pauline and Ben Allbright. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back daily for all of the latest updates. Follow us on Twitter: @PFN365 for even more updates behind the scenes and from the practice fields.

Practices, which are open to the public at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, will take place on the following:


  • 1:00 pm – 2:30 PM CST (South)
  • 3:00 pm – 4:300 PM CST (North)


  • 12:30 pm – 2:30 PM CST (North)
  • 3:00 pm – 5:00 PM CST (South)


  • 12:30 pm – 2:30 PM CST (North)
  • 3:00 pm – 5:00 PM CST (South)

For a full listing of events that are open to the public, head on over to the official Senior Bowl website.

A look back at the 2019 Senior Bowl

(Press Release courtesy of the Reese’s Senior Bowl) Duke quarterback Daniel Jones made the most of his third quarter appearance, running for a touchdown and throwing for another as the North snapped a three-game losing streak to the South, 34-24, in front of 31,437 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.

The North dominated for much of the game, outgaining the South 491-284.

“I learned a lot and that’s something I wanted to accomplish,” said Jones, who completed 8-of-11 passes for 115 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for a one-yard touchdown. “There were some bumps here and there but I think everyone kind of went through that trying to learn a new system in a new place with a new team. Hopefully I showed the ability to learn and keep progressing and play my best on Saturday.”

After trailing 9-0, Jones helped the North come charging back, rushing for his touchdown early in the third and then coming right back after a turnover and finding UMass wide receiver Andy Isabella on a 19-yard touchdown pass. Isabella was named the North’s Most Outstanding Player with a game-high seven receptions for 74 yards and the score.

“I was just more determined,” said Isabella, who shook off a couple tacklers near the five-yard line to find the end zone. “Jakobi (Meyers) made a nice block on the outside. Keelan Doss made a nice block on the backside and I was just determined to get in (the end zone).”

Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson, playing in the fourth quarter, was the South’s Most Ousttanding Player He competed 13-of-21 passes for a game-high 165 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

“The (south) receivers played great today,” Jackson said. “The receivers all around played great, flying around and the offensive line did a really good job.”

Jackson hit West Virginia’s Gary Jennings for a 54-yard strike on his first pass then later the two hooked up for a 10-yard touchdown to pull the South within two points, 20-18, with 12:06 remaining in the game.

But the North answered with a Dexter Williams (Notre Dame) four-yard run and a Tony Pollard (Memphis) 21-yard score to go up 34-18. Jackson hit another West Virginia wide receiver, David Sills V, with a late 15-yard touchdown pass to make it 34-24.

Auburn’s Deshaun Davis and New Mexico State’s Terrill Hanks had eight tackles each to lead the South. TCU’s L.J. Collier and Texas’ Charles Imenihu each had two sacks as the North got to South quarterbacks eight times.