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2015 Senior Bowl: Info from Tuesday's practice

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On Tuesday, the first practices of the Senior Bowl began. Players weighed in and both the North and South teams hit the practice field. SB Nation's Dan Kadar was there and reported his observations.

What were his big takeaways?

  • No quarterbacks stood out on the first day. In fact, the biggest news was how Marcus Mariota declined to participate, despite a personal invitation from Ken Whisenhunt. Garrett Grayson started well, but struggled throwing deep. Blake Sims struggled as well. Bryce Petty is the number one QB for the North squad.
  • Nick Marshall, who was a QB at Auburn, moved to cornerback. He played CB his freshman season at Georgia.
  • The receiver stood out, but Miami's Phillip Dorsett stood out the most. He is fast and "caught almost everything thrown at him."
Kadar will be there the rest of the week. You can follow him on Twitter at @mockingthedraft. He will have daily practice reports, as well.

Who is on each roster? Here is the North team and here is the South squad.