12 Longhorns named to the 2023 Senior Bowl watch list

The Longhorns have one of the more experienced rosters in the country which is one of the main reasons that they are expected to win the Big 12.

For the first time in a handful of seasons, it seems the stars are aligning for Texas in terms of their roster and those around them. To put into perspective how talented and experienced this roster is, the 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl Watch List was released this week, and in total Texas had 12 players featured on the list.

The Reese’s Senior Bowl allows for draft hopefuls to work with an NFL coaching staff, while also practicing and playing in front of every single team in the league. An opportunity that can help raise a players draft stock in a major way.

Let’s take a look at which players from Texas were featured.

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This past season was a breakout year for Barron, who was honorable mention All-Big 12. He is one of the leaders in what will be a very experienced secondary.

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This was arguably one of the biggest additions in the transfer portal made by any team across the country. While at Arkansas, Catalon put on a clinic when he was healthy, recording 159 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, five interceptions, 14 passes defended, and three forced fumbles. The biggest question surrounding him is whether or not he can stay on the field, but if he can he has first team All-American potential.

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Alfred Collins is one of the best athletes on the team and has the tangibles to be a star on the defensive front. He hasn’t quite lived up to expectations, but he has habitually been named as a standout during fall camp.

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Despite having just one start throughout his career, Crawford has elite speed and may have a chance to take on a bigger role in 2023. He has done well on…


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