Senior Bowl players talk past, future


Day one of Senior Bowl week wrapped up with media night at the Pavilion in Battleship Park.

All 110 players gathered with members of the media from all over the country to talk about the day’s events.

Conversations were very drastic from player to player.

Auburn’s cornerback and return man, Chris Davis spoke about his college career.

“It hasn’t really hit me yet that I’m no longer an Auburn tiger, but I will always be a member of the Auburn family. I had a great run at Auburn and much success to Auburn in the future,” said Davis.

Alabama wide receiver Kevin Norwood mentioned he wished a couple teammates were here with them.

“I miss them (AJ McCarron and C.J. Mosley) a lot. I texted AJ today and told him I missed him, but I know it’s about time for me to move on I know I can’t be with him all my life. And C.J. I texted earlier this week just basically saying “hey” to those guys and just checking on them to see how they’re doing because I know they’re getting ready as far as training and stuff like that,” said Norwood.

Mobile-native Jay Prosch talked about his first day of practice.

“I thought it was really good, I enjoyed it. I felt like I may have been a little rusty, I’m ready for tomorrow to get back out there. But overall, I feel like I’ve had a good day,” said Prosch.

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