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The annual Reese’s Senior Bowl rolled around today with some of the nation’s best college senior players in a sort of “Pro Bowl” fashion. Of course, my eyes were set on the North team with Baylor’s Bryce Petty and Antwan Goodley participating in their last college game.
Although the North team earned a 34-13 victory over the South, Petty didn’t have his best game. With a new football system paired with different teammates, Bryce inevitably struggled a bit. He led the North in passing yardage, but missed a few timing passes. “We had a couple of plays where the timing was off but at the end of the
day, the ball was in my hands. It was still an unbelievable experience
coming from Baylor to here and getting thrown into this system,” he
said. “It was great for me to understand concepts and protections and
what it’s going to be like at the next level. I had an absolute blast,” (NFL). WR Antwan Goodley caught two passes for 37 yards and has been projected to be selected anywhere between the second and sixth round of the upcoming NFL draft.