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Senior Bowl 2014: Who has impressed, who has not

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Updating prospects who have impressed, and have not impressed, during Senior Bowl practices.

Running back Charles Sims of West Virginia has impressed during Senior Bowl practices this week
Running back Charles Sims of West Virginia has impressed during Senior Bowl practices this week
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Senior Bowl practices have been ongoing all week as NFL talent evaluators get a first-hand look at many of the prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft. Let's take a look at some of what we have learned this, particularly as it impacts the New York Giants.

Dan Kadar of SB Nation has been in Mobile, Ala., all week watching practices and talking to scouts and other analysts. Let's look at some of what he has observed.

Day 3 Practice Report

Some of Kadar's observations:

-- "Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald is the best player in Mobile."

-- "Colorado State center Weston Richburg continued his strong week of practices with another standout showing on Wednesday. Richburg is lightning quick out of his snap stance and into his blocking stance. He uses that quickness to get leverage and make up for the power advantage defensive linemen have against him. He's been the only player who can block Donald this week."

-- "If Donald has been the best player at Senior Bowl practices, Notre Dame offensive tackle Zack Martin has been the second best player. Martin showed his aggressive streak on Wednesday in offensive versus defensive linemen drills."

Day 2 Practice Report

Day 1 Practice Report

Bleacher Report's Matt Bowen lists his 10 players who impressed during the week. There are a few names on Bowen's list that should intrigue the Giants.

Here is some of what others have been saying, via Twitter: