As one of the key events leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft, the 2012 Senior Bowl provided some of the top potential prospects in the upcoming draft with the opportunity to shine in front of NFL scouts and coaches.
One guy who has impressed scouts throughout the week is former Boise St. RB Doug Martin. In limited touches, Martin carried over his impressive form from practice, as he rushed for 19 yards on just four carries. Martin wasn't the only Boise St. player to have the attention of scouts, as Kellen Moore also had a chance to show that his game could translate to the next level. Moore struggled with his accuracy, completing just 6/12 attempts, with no TD's or interceptions.
Russell Wilson, who was once part of the Colorado Rockies organization before deciding to pursue football, also struggled a bit in his appearance. The former North Carolina St. and Wisconsin QB completed just 4/7 with a TD pass and an interception.
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