For the first time, the Senior Bowl released a watch list on Thursday with a list of players that may participate in the 2013 edition of college football's most prestigious All-Star game. Among the players on the list are five Missouri Tigers.
Representing the Missouri offense are offensive lineman Elvis Fisher and wide receiver T.J. Moe. Defensively the Tigers had outside linebacker Zaviar Gooden, defensive end Brad Madison and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson all named to the list.
Moe was named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list in July, one day before Gooden was named to the Butkus Award watch list.
The Senior Bowl is an annual all-star game that is coached by NFL coaches and features a slew of NFL scouts and talent evaluators there to observe some of the nation's top talent prior to the NFL Draft.
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