Mobile, AL – None of the FCS players distinguished himself at the 63rd Senior Bowl on Saturday, although each hopes to have made his mark during a week's worth of practices and preparations amid NFL scouts.
The North posted a 23-13 victory over the South at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
Tight end Emil Igwenagu of Massachusetts, which departed the FCS for the FBS following his senior season, and Coastal Carolina cornerback Josh Norman followed up their play in the East-West Shrine Game, the second biggest college all-star game, with appearances in the premier Senior Bowl.
Igwenagu, who also can play fullback, caught one pass for 14 yards for the North squad after a solid week of Senior Bowl practices.
Norman had one tackle and one pass breakup.
Appalachian State wide receiver Brian Quick, who has coveted 6-foot-4 size, might have slipped in the eyes of some scouts during the practices, but caught two passes for 10 yards in the game.
Cal Poly cornerback Asa Jackson had two tackles and returned a punt.
The lone FCS player on the South squad, Furman cornerback Ryan Steed, collected one tackle.