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Senior Bowl: South Observations

Jenkins (John David Mercer - USA Today Sports)

The defensive line proved to be the pride of the South team at Monday's Senior Bowl practice, but there were plenty of players making impressions – some good and some dropping the ball.

The pride of the South, at least when it comes to the South squad at this year's Senior Bowl, is the defensive line. That was the position of strength at Monday's South practice in Mobile, Ala., and topping the charts was Georgia DT John Jenkins, who had the best practice of defensive linemen. The 358-pound nose tackle routinely took on double teams and still made an impact, even against all...

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