Jonathan GreenardFlorida Akeem Davis-GaitherAppalachian State Ben BredesonMichigan Jason StrowbridgeNorth Carolina Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic Nick HarrisWashington James ProcheSMUTight endsSean McKeonMichigan Tremayne AnchrumClemson Chase ClaypoolNotre Dame Jared PinkneyVanderbilt Trevon HillMiami Jamycal HastyBaylor Jalen HurtsOklahoma Kyle DuggerLenoir-Rhyne Brycen HopkinsPurdue Logan StenbergKentucky Essang BasseyWake Forest Antoine Brooks Jr.MarylandKickerRodrigo BlankenshipGeorgiaPunterJoseph CharltonSouth CarolinaNFL staffs coaching the 2020 Senior BowlMatt Patricia and the Lions’ staff — who hold the No. 4 overall pick — will coach the North Team. Zac Taylor and the Bengals’ staff — who hold the top overall pick — will coach the South. In addition, each team has two Legends captains: The North has Tony Richardson and Mike Rucker, while Aeneas Williams and Torry Holt will represent the South. DaVon HamiltonOhio State Justin HerronWake Forest Bradlee AnaeUtahOutside linebackerZack BaunWisconsinInside linebackersMalik HarrisonOhio State Prince Tega WanoghoAuburn Terrell LewisAlabamaOutside linebackersDavion TaylorColorado Evan WeaverCal Matt HennessyTempleLong snapperSteve WirtelIowa StateDefensive tacklesNeville GallimoreOklahoma Ashtyn DavisCal Damien LewisLSU Leki FotuUtah Jabari ZunigaFlorida Alohi GilmanNotre DameKickerTyler BassGeorgia SouthernPunterBraden MannTexas A&MSouth Team rosterPositionPlayerCollegeQuarterbacksJustin HerbertOregon Cameron BrownPenn StateInside linebackersAnfernee JenningsAlabama Lamical PerineFlorida Josh MetellusMichigan Brian Cole IIMississippi State Logan WilsonWyomingCornerbacksTroy Pride Jr.Notre Dame Dane JacksonPittsburgh Denzel MimsBaylor Ke’Shawn VaughnVanderbiltWide receiversBryan EdwardsSouth Carolina 2020 NFL Draft prospects with the most to prove at the Senior BowlJustin Herbert, QB, OregonHerbert (6-6, 237) is a well-built specimen with good size and arm strength and underrated mobility. The challenge for him has been consistently putting it all together, in rhythm, as an efficient passer. He has a chance to answer all of that to nail down the No. 2 quarterback spot behind Joe Burrow.Jalen Hurts, QB, OklahomaHurts (6-2, 218 pounds) will wear that neat split helmet that represents both of his former schools in Alabama and Oklahoma. Given the fact that the last two quarterbacks Lincoln Riley coached (Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray) won the Heisman Trophy and went No. 1 overall, Hurts shot up to first-round intrigue during a productive season as a dual threat in a spread offense. His leadership skills and intangibles, gained from leading two top programs, are evident. Now about showing he has pro-tailored physical skills.Jordan Love, QB, Utah StateLove (6-4, 225 pounds) is another exceptional athlete with ideal size and build working out in Mobile. But for him to keep rising up draft boards into at least early Day 2 consideration, he must prove his accuracy, ability to read defenses and his decision-making. He has the potential to see significant improvement.Kristian Fulton, CB, LSUFulton (6-1, 192 pounds) had a few big lapses in coverage while tested on the other side of LSU freshman sensation Derek Stingley Jr. But he can show coaches he’s a smart technician who can grow into a fundamentally sound cover man in the NFL.Neville Gallimore, DT, OklahomaGallimore (6-2, 301 pounds) is a freakish athlete with great natural pass-rush skills inside. He tapped into that in his final collegiate season with four sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles. He can raise his stock back into first-round consideration with a strong week.Chase Claypool, WR, Notre DameClaypool (6-4, 229) was a highly productive player for the Fighting Irish, using his size well to become a touchdown machine (scoring 13 times with his 66 catches for 1,037 yards). Although he averaged 15.7 yards per catch, there are some concerns about his downfield speed and lateral quickness for a guy his size. He can put them to rest in Mobile.Trey Adams, OT, WashingtonAdams ia another massive player (6-8, 327 pounds) in relation to his position. Adams is trying to push into the same tier of USC’s Austin Jackson, Georgia’s Andrew Thomas and Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs as tackles standing out early in the draft process. He can be smooth in pass protection and powerful in run-blocking, but he has to show scouts he’s agile enough to play on the left side.Kenny Willekes, EDGE, MIchigan StateWillekes (6-4, 260 pounds) was productive in his final two seasons in East Lansing, combining for 18 sacks and 36 tackles for loss. The former walk-on is a high-effort player with good versatility in getting to the quarterback, and holds up well against the run. He has a chance to show scouts that he has been undersold as twitchy athlete.Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse Raekwon DavisAlabama Josiah CoatneyOle MissDefensive endsMarlon DavisonAuburn Trevis GibsonTulsaEdge rushersDarrell Taylor Jr.Tennessee Collin JohnsonTexas Charlie TaumoepeauPortland StateOffensive tacklesTrey AdamsWashington Darnay HolmesUCLA Josh JonesHouston Charlie HeckNorth Carolina T.J. BrunsonSouth Carolina Van JeffersonFlorida What time is the Senior Bowl 2020?Date: Saturday, Jan. 25Time: 2:30 p.m. ETThis year’s game, the 71st edition, will be played Saturday, Jan. 25, with kickoff time set for 2:30 p.m. ET.As usual, it will take place at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. The three-day week of practices — Tuesday through Thursday — is more important than the game itself, as prospects show their wares in front of NFL scouts, coaching staff and personnel executives.What channel is the Senior Bowl on?TV channel: NFL NetworkLive stream: NFL.com/watchThe Senior Bowl will be broadcast on NFL Network.Andrew Siciliano is on the play-by-play call, joined in the booth by analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis. Bucky Brooks and Tom Pelissero are the sideline reporters during the broadcast. The Senior Bowl can also be streamed live through NFL.com and via the NFL Network app.Viewers in Canada can sign up for DAZN to watch NFL Network.Senior Bowl practice scheduleThe players will practice before Saturday’s game on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. You can watch the practices live during the day on the NFL Network, with a recep show airing at 8 p.m. ET each night. You can also catch the action live on ESPNU on Wednesday and Thursday.Tuesday, Jan. 212 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: South Team Practice4 p.m. — 5:30 p.m. ET: North Team PracticeWednesday, Jan. 221:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Team Practice4 p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Team PracticeThursday, Jan. 231:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Team Practice3 p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Team PracticeSenior Bowl 2020 rostersNorth Team rosterPositionPlayerCollegeQuarterbacksAnthony GordonWashington State Keith IsmaelSan Diego State Jalen ElliottNotre Dame K.J. HillOhio State Brandon AiyukArizona State Lamar JacksonNebraskaCornerbacksKristian FultonLSU (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/23/b9/justin-herbert-120619-getty-ftr_16s0bcflc2hyn1frvzwiu9lcuv.jpg?t=-561391970&w=500&quality=80 Calvin ThrockmortonOregonGuards/centersJohn SimpsonClemson Lloyd Cushenberry IIILSULong snappersBlake FergusonLSUDefensive tacklesJavon KinlawSouth Carolina Larrell MurchisonN.C. StateDefensive endCarter CoughlinMinnesotaEdge rushersKenny WillekesMichigan State Kindle VildorGeorgia Southern Adam TrautmanDayton Alex TaylorSouth Carolina State Josiah DegauraCincinnatiOffensive tacklesTyre PhillipsMississippi State D.J. WonnumSouth Carolina Joshua KelleyUCLAWide receiversMichael Pittman Jr.USC Steven MontezColoradoRunning backsEno BenjaminArizona State Benito JonesOle Miss Joshua UcheMichigan Kalija LipscombVanderbiltTight endsStephen SullivanLSU Terence SteeleTexas Tech Michael OjemudiaIowa Matt PeartConnecticutGuards/centersJonah JacksonOhio State Terrell BurgessUtahSafetiesKhaleke HudsonMichigan Shea PattersonMichigan Alton RobinsonSyracuse Devin DuvernayTexas Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/4/5a/jalen-hurts-081818-getty-ftrjpg_1ni0d2djepw75127iehr67oils.jpg?t=2033293261&w=500&quality=80 Darrion DanielsNebraska Quartney DavisTexas A&M Colton McKivitzWest Virginia Jauan JenningsTennessee Lamar JacksonNebraska A.J. GreenOklahoma State Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about Senior Bowl week — how to watch, who’s participating and who has most on the line while trying to impress their potential future employers.NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020: SN’s latest projections for entire first round Reggie Robinson IITulsaSafetiesK’Von WallaceClemson Francis BernardUtah Ben BartchSaint John’s Jeremy ChinnSouthern Illinois Jordan LoveUtah StateRunning backsDarius AndersonTCU Antonio GibsonMemphis The 2020 Senior Bowl will be less about culminating an all-star college football career and more about conducting the big job interview for April’s 2020 NFL Draft.Getting invited to participate means a player has the eyes of pro evaluators as an intriguing prospect who has finished his college eligibility and/or graduated from college. Last year, the game produced 93 of the 254 picks in the 2019 draft, including 40 of the 102 players taken in Rounds 1 through 3. Antonio Gandy-GoldenLiberty Jared MaydenAlabama Robinson (6-4, 260 pounds) overcame some off-field issues by pouring his heart into becoming a productive, often dominant pass-rusher for the Orange. His sacks did drop from 10 as a junior to only four as a senior, but he increased his playmaking in other areas. Robinson will hope to solidify himself as at least a second-rounder.Collin Johnson, WR, TexasJohnson (6-6, 220) has some Mike Evans in him, but he’s coming off a hamstrung season in which he was limited to only seven games. He did catch 38 passes for 559 yards and three touchdowns to continue his steady production improvement. In a deep wideout class, Johnson, like Claypool, can make a (literal) big case to stand out.