This is Charlie Campbell's Tuesday 2013 Senior Bowl Prospect Meetings Report (South Team). Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.
Here is a recap of the player interviews that were conducted on the field after Tuesday's practice by the South team. Typically, these interviews with area scouts are to set up longer, formal interviews for a night during the week. While teams say they "talk" to every player, teams do not take the time to conduct formal interviews with every draft prospect, so this can be a clue as to which players are on their radar.
Baltimore - Duke wide receiver Connor Vernon, Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King, Stanford running back Stepfan Taylor, Texas A&M wide receiver Ryan Swope and Wake Forest fullback Tommy Bohanon
Denver - Georgia safety Shawn Williams and Texas A&M wide receiver Ryan Swope
Indianapolis - Rice tight end Vance McDonald
Jacksonville - BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah and Texas A&M outside linebacker Sean Porter
Minnesota - California offensive linemen Brian Schwenke and Wake Forest fullback Tommy Bohanon
New Orleans - Baylor wide receiver Terrance Williams and Stanford linebacker Chase Thomas
New York Jets - San Diego State cornerback Leon McFadden
Philadelphia - Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson, Georgia defensive end Cornelius Washington and San Diego State cornerback Leon McFadden
San Diego - Baylor wide receiver Terrance Williams, BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins and Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones
St. Louis - BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, Florida offensive tackle Xavier Nixon, Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo and Rice tight end Vance McDonald
Washington - Clemson running back Andre Ellington and Tennessee-Martin defensive tackle Montori Hughes
Mario Williams lost his starting job with Miami to Andre Branch this season and is 4 years older than Branch...and yet you have Williams listed as a 2 star FA and Branch as a 1.5 star and two spots lower. This makes little sense to me