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Mid-Major's Shine in Senior Bowl

The North squad dominated the South in the Senior Bowl this past Saturday in Mobile, Alabama 31-13. The North was lead by record-setting Dan LeFevour from Central Michigan. LeFevour, the FBS all-time leader in touchdowns (150), was 5-10 passing for 97 yards and a touchdown, with another touchdown on the ground. LeFevour continued to impress and out-duel his BCS counterparts as he was chosen as the North’s Most Outstanding Player. Also highlighting the North squad was running back Lonyae Miller out of Fresno State. Miller posted a game-high 44 yards rushing on nine touches.


Wide Receiver Jeremy Williams out of Tulane led the South team with 82 yards on six catches, along with a 27-yard gain on an end around. Williams led the struggling South offense and was selected as the South’s Most Outstanding Player.

LeFevour, Miller and Williams certainly helped boost their draft stock throughout the Senior Bowl practice week and in the showcase. LeFevour boasts the highest ranking of the latter prospects to date as the #6-ranked quarterback in the 2010 class. Williams is currently the #14-ranked wide receiver, while Miller is the #15 running back.