The Senior Bowl 2018 is slated to take place in Mobile, Ala. on Saturday, Jan. 27 (1/27/2018) between the North Team and South Team, pitting some of the top prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft such as Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton, and Iowa running back Akrum Wadley against one another in front of league scouts, executives, and coaches at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in a 2:30 p.m. kickoff on NFL Network.
Here’s a look at everything you need to know about Senior Bowl 2018- Saturday’s college football all-star game:
Senior Bowl 2018 Live Stream
Who: North vs. South – Senior College Football All-star teams
Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.
When: 2:30 p.m. on Saturday Jan. 27, 2018
Television Channel: NFL Network
Online Live Stream: Click Here
2018 Senior Bowl: How to watch and stream, game history, notable NFL alumni
College football’s annual all-star game and NFL Draft showcase is upon us after a week of practices in Mobile, Alabama, as the stage is set for scouts to pore over the nation’s top college-completed players at the Senior Bowl.
Hosted at Mobile’s Land-Peebles Stadium since 1951, the second year of its existence, the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl will play host to a Heisman Trophy winner for the first time in eight years thanks to the participation of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield. Plenty of others, however, have also garnered lots of looks, from defensive standout Marcus Davenport to apparent Jimmy Garoppolo clone Kyle Laulette.
Senior Bowl game history
The annual game, which serves as the final contest of this year’s college football bowl season, began in 1950. The South has topped the North in seven of the last 10 matchups.
Here’s a look at the scores and MVPs from those games:
2017: South wins 16-15 (MVP: QB Davis Webb)
2016: South wins 27-16 (MVP: QB Dak Prescott)
2015: North wins 34-13 (MVP: RB Ameer Abdullah)
2014: South wins 20-10 (MVP: DE Dee Ford)
2013: South wins 21-16 (MVP: QB EJ Manuel)
2012: North wins 23-13 (MVP: RB Isaiah Pead)
2011: South wins 24-10 (MVP: QB Christian Ponder)
2010: North wins 31-13 (MVP: DE Brandon Graham)
2009: South wins 35-18 (MVP: QB Pat White)
2008: South wins 17-16 (MVP: RB Matt Forte)
Who are some notable 2017 alumni?
As you can see just from the MVPs of the last 10 Senior Bowls, the game is often chock-full of future NFL draft picks or undrafted free agents, offering a glimpse at some of the best upperclassmen of the year. For reference, here’s a handful of the top 2017 rookies to come from the Senior Bowl:
01. Buffalo Bills QB Nathan Peterman
02. Buffalo Bills CB Tre’Davious White
03. Kansas City Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt
04. Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp
05. New York Giants TE Evan Engram
06. Philadelphia Eagles RB Corey Clement
07. Philadelphia Eagles K Jake Elliott
08. San Francisco 49ers QB C.J. Beathard
09. Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE O.J. Howard