Senior Bowl 2022 – the post-season all-star college game – takes place today at Alabama University. As ever, it's a chance to get eyes on some of the players that top teams will be considering come the NFL Draft in April. US fans can watch free with the 3-day Sling free trial. Make sure you know how to watch a 2022 Senior Bowl live stream free from anywhere with a VPN.
Practice has been underway for three days, which means the top draft prospects are starting to make themselves known to coaches and decision-makers from all 32 NFL teams.
Former Georgia Defensive Lineman Devont'e Wyatt has impressed. The 6ft 4 man mountain picked up 39 total tackles in the 2021 season, with 7 of those being for a loss, and caused all kinds of problems with his explosive speed off the ball.
Malik Willis' stock has also risen sharply in recent days. The Liberty quarterback is a solid 220lbs but can outrun most linebackers and safeties without breaking a sweat. Some have questioned his height – 6ft is considered 'short' for a QB – but there's little doubt he's a potential pick for many of the top NFL teams.
Excited to catch an early glimpse of the next Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes? Follow our guide to watch a 2022 Senior Bowl live stream free from anywhere.
Watch a 2022 Senior Bowl live stream for free
The 2022 Senior Bowl airs on NFL Network in the US. Kick off is at 2.30pm ET.
Remember: US fans outside the US this weekend can access the Sling free trial using a VPN. Scroll down for details.
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National Team roster (NY Jets)
DB - Jalen Pitre, Baylor
DB - Coby Bryant, Cincinnati
DB - Joshua Williams, Fayetteville State
DB - Tariq Castro-Fields, Penn State
DB - Damarri Mathis, Pittsburgh
DB - Jaylen Watson, Washington State
DB - Gregory Junior, Ouachita Baptist
DB - JT Woods, Baylor
DB - Joseph Kerby, Illinois
DL - Myjai Sanders, Cincinnati
DL - Travis Jones, UConn
DL - Logan Hall, Houston
DL - Dominique Robinson, Miami (Ohio)
DL - Boye Mafe, Minnesota
DL - Haskell Garrett, Ohio State
DL - Tyreke Smith, Ohio State
DL - Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma
DL - Isaiah Thomas, Oklahoma
DL - Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State
DL - Esezi Otomewo, Minnesota
DL - Otito Ogbonnia, UCLA
FB - Jeremiah Hall, Oklahoma
LB - Terrel Bernard, Baylor
LB - Darrian Beavers, Cincinnati
LB - Mike Rose, Iowa State
LB - Jesse Luketa, Penn State
LB - Devin Lloyd, Utah
LB - Sterling Weatherford, Miami (Ohio)
LB - Chad Muma, Wyoming
LB - Brian Asamoah II, Oklahoma
LB - Troy Andersen, Montana State
LS - Cal Adomitis, Pittsburgh
OL - Zion Johnson, Boston College
OL - Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan
OL - Nick Zakelj, Fordham
OL - Andrew Stueber, Michigan
OL - Daniel Faalele, Minnesota
OL - Matt Waletzko, North Dakota
OL - Trevor Penning, UNI
OL - Marquis Hayes, Oklahoma
OL - Abraham Lucas, Washington State
OL - Cole Strange, Chattanooga
OL - Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan
OL - Ja'Tyre Carter, Southern
PK - Andrew Mevis, Iowa State
P - Jordan Stout, Penn State
QB - Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati
QB - Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh
QB - Carson Strong, Nevada
RB - Rachaad White, Arizona State
RB - Hassan Haskins, Michigan
RB - Tyler Badie, Missouri
RB - Abram Smith, Baylor
RB - Jerome Ford, Cincinnati
TE - Trey McBride, Colorado State
TE - Charlie Kolar, Iowa State
TE - Cole Turner, Nevada
TE - Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State
TE - Jake Ferguson, Wisconsin
WR - Khalil Shakir, Boise State
WR - Alec Pierce, Cincinnati
WR - Romeo Doubs, Nevada
WR - Christian Watson, North Dakota State
WR - Jahan Dotson, Penn State
WR - Bo Melton, Rutgers
American Team roster (Detroit Lions)
DB - Roger McCreary, Auburn
DB - Mario Goodrich, Clemson
DB - Derion Kendrick, Georgia
DB - Yusuf Corker, Kentucky
DB - Akayleb Evans, Missouri
DB - Cam Taylor-Britt, Nebraska
DB - Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston
DB - Alontae Taylor, Tennessee
DB - Josh Thompson, Texas
DB - Leon O'Neal Jr., Texas A&M
DB - Tycen Anderson, Toledo
DB - Tariq Woolen, UTSA
DL - Phidarian Mathis, Alabama
DL - John Ridgeway III, Arkansas
DL - Zachary Carter, Florida
DL - Jermaine Johnson II, Florida State
DL - Devonte Wyatt, Georgia
DL - Josh Paschal, Kentucky
DL - Neil Farrell Jr., LSU
DL - Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina
DL - Micheal Clemons, Texas A&M
DL - Amare Barno, Virginia Tech
DL - DeAngelo Malone, Western Kentucky
DL - Cameron Thomas, San Diego State
FB - Connor Heyward, Michigan State
LB - D'Marco Jackson, Appalachian State
LB - Jeremiah Moon, Florida
LB - Quay Walker, Georgia
LB - Channing Tindall, Georgia
LB - Damone Clark, LSU
LB - JoJo Domann, Nebraska
LB - Aaron Hansford, Texas A&M
LS - Jordan Silver, Arkansas
OL - Jamaree Salyer, Georgia
OL - Justin Shaffer, Georgia
OL - Darian Kinnard, Kentucky
OL - Max Mitchell, Louisiana
OL - Ed Ingram, LSU
OL - Dylan Parham, Memphis
OL - Braxton Jones, Southern Utah
OL - Cade Mays, Tennessee
OL - Chris Paul, Tulsa
OL - Spencer Burford, UTSA
OL - Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech
OL - Luke Fortner, Kentucky
PK - Cameron Dicker, Texas
P - Jake Camarda, Georgia
QB - Malik Willis, Liberty
QB - Bailey Zappe, Western Kentucky
QB - Sam Howell, North Carolina
RB - Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama
RB - D'Vonte Price, Florida International
RB - Dameon Pierce, Florida
RB - James Cook, Georgia
TE - Isaiah Likely, South Carolina
TE - Grant Calcaterra, SMU
TE - Daniel Bellinger, San Diego State
TE - Greg Dulcich, UCLA
WR - Calvin Austin III, Memphis
WR - Reggie Roberson Jr., SMU
WR - Danny Gray, SMU
WR - Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama
WR - Velus Jones Jr., Tennessee
WR - Tre Turner, Virginia Tech
WR - Dontario Drummond, Ole Miss
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