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Senior Bowl: Top 5 DL

Alex Okafor

MOBILE, Ala. - As both teams in the Senior Bowl sported full pads Tuesday, the offensive/defensive line intensity picked up in front of NFL scouting personnel and coaches. Scout isolated a handful who stood out a bit more than the rest defensively.

1. Ezekial Ansah, BYU - Certain players just seem to take advantage of opportunity without having quite mastered every technique in doing so, and Ansah fits that mold. The former basketball player plays more athletic than one thinks, but the raw talent often leads to wins against some polished offensive linemen. He made it look real easy over the first two days of practice with both speed...

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