Senior Bowl QBs try to impress NFL scouts

AP: Graham Harrell and Pat White want to show they can thrive in a prostyle offense like they did in college ball. Nathan Brown and Rhett Bomar aim to convince NFL teams they’re not just small-school stars. John Parker Wilson and Cullen Harper also hope to use Saturday’s showcase for top senior NFL prospects as a launching pad for pro careers, one coming off a 12-win season and the other off a disappointing year. None of them are as coveted by NFL teams as underclassmen Matthew Stafford of Georgia and Mark Sanchez of Southern California. It’s hard to argue with their college credentials, though.

You can read the entire AP report below including a few quotes from Alabama Crimson Tide QB John Parker Wilson: “When I came to Alabama, I don’t think many people had the high expectations that I did,” Wilson said. “It’s a good opportunity to come out here and maybe catch some people’s eyes.”