Mike Glennon NC State 6-6 232 Quarterback
2012: 295-511 (57.7%), 3,648yds, 30 TD, 14 INT
Phil Savage’s Prospect Profile: http://seniorbowl.com/files/MIKE%20GLENNON%20SB%20PROFILE.pdf
Ezekiel ‘Ziggy’ Ansah BYU 6-6 270 Defensive Line
2012: 57 tackles, 13 TFL, 4.5 sacks
Grew up playing soccer in Ghana and initially ran track at BYU. Walked on football team knowing nothing about football. Played sparingly his sophomore and junior seasons (10 total tackles) and has burst onto the scene this season. Was a semifinalist for the Burlsworth Trophy, given to the nation’s top walk-on. Has freakish athletic skills. Ran the 200 meters in 21.9 seconds.
Cory Grissom South Florida 6-2 316 Defensive Tackle
2012: 38 tackles, 7 TFL, 2.5 sacks
Numbers don’t tell the full story on Grissom, who is a force in the middle of the Bulls’ defensive line and is more of a run defender who takes up blockers.
Margus Hunt So. Methodist 6-7 288 Defensive End
2012: 28 tackles, 8.5 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 INT
Phil Savage’s Prospect Profile: http://seniorbowl.com/files/Margus%20Hunt%20Profile.pdf
Sean Porter Texas A&M 6-1 230 Outside Linebacker
2012: 60 tackles, 5.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FF
Phil Savage’s Prospect Profile: http://seniorbowl.com/files/SEAN%20PORTER%20SB%20PROFILE(1).pdf
B.W. Webb William and Mary 5-10 180 Defensive Corner
2012: 46 tackles, 2 fumble recoveries; 11 punt returns – 123 yds (11.2 ave), TD
Phil Savage’s Prospect Profile: http://seniorbowl.com/files/BW%20WEBB%20SB%20PROFILE(1).pdf
With the addition of these six players, the roster now stands at 24.
Already committed to playing: E.J. Manuel (FSU QB), Aaron Dobson (Marshall WR), Markus Wheaton (Oregon St. WR), Ryan Otten (San Jose St. TE), Oday Aboushi (Virginia OT), Kawann Short (Purdue DT), Desmond Trufant (Washington – DC), Will Davis (Utah St. DC), Jordan Poyer (Oregon St. DC), Cobi Hamilton (Arkansas WR), Zaviar Gooden (Missouri OLB), Dustin Hopkins (FSU PK), Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana DC), Vance McDonald (Rice TE), Brian Winters (Kent St. OG), Leon McFadden (San Diego St. DC), Kenjon Barner (Oregon RB) and Tyler Wilson (Arkansas QB).