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Senior Bowl 2013: Eric Fisher, Datone Jones dominate on Day Two

The star of Tuesday's practices was easily Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher. Fisher dominated all day and according to multiple sources, he had all the looks of a top 10 pick and Eric Galko even went as far as saying he might be comparable to Luke Joeckel.


Stock Up:

Eric Fisher, offensive tackle, Central Michigan - Fisher has been the big winner so far of the senior bowl. Mike Mayock of NFL Network said it is not too early to rule him out as the number one tackle in the class.

Kawann Short, defensive tackle, Purdue - Short has had two impressive days of practice so far according to Daniel Jeremiah and is looking like the explosive, pass rushing defensive tackle that everyone expected.

Aaron Dobson, wide receiver, Marshall - Jeremiah has also said that Dobson has been awesome so far and that he is at worst, a second rounder.

Desmond Trufant, cornerback, Washington - Everyone has been raving about the performance of Trufant so far and he is looking like a possible first round pick.

Quinton Patton, wide receiver, Louisiana Tech - Patton has shown all the tools in his toolbox so far, displaying great hands, good speed, and good route running abilities. Eric Galko compared him to Greg Jennings.

Datone Jones, 3-4 defensive end, UCLA - Jones was the only person to beat Eric Fisher all day and he is starting to look more and more like a top 50 prospect.

Khaseem Greene, linebacker, Rutgers - Optimum scouting said Greene has been impressive enough to garner late first round consideration as he has shown all the tools to be a great, versatile linebacker in the NFL.

Jonathan Cyprien, safety, Florida International - Cyprien came into this game with no hype but he has been dominate so far. Galko has even said that he may be a top three safety in this draft. People will know who he is by the time the draft rolls around.

Stock Down:

Justin Pugh, offensive tackle, Syracuse - While Pugh has been alright in drills so far this week, he really is going to see his stock suffer after coming in with arms that were only 31 1/2 inches long. This will make people view him as a guard or right tackle prospect.

Zac Dysert, quarterback, Miami (OH) - Dysert has struggled so far with both accuracy and consistency and is clearly the worst quarterback on the North Squad.

Braxston Cave, center, Notre Dame - Cave was dominated almost all day and really struggled with all types of pass rushers.

Watching Notes:

You can watch the practices on NFL Network when they are happening live most of the time. The practice schedule is available on the Senior Bowl website.

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