5 offensive propsects the Commanders should monitor at 2024 Senior Bowl

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Which offensive prospects should the Washington Commanders monitor closely during the eagerly-anticipated 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl week?

The 75th edition of the Reese's Senior Bowl will be played this Saturday in Mobile, Alabama. It will bring together more than 100 of the country’s best draft-eligible football players for a week of professional coaching, drills, and interviews with scouts from every NFL team. Then, of course, there will be an actual game.

Unless they are in attendance for the week’s activities, most fans will draw their conclusions about the prospects from that game. This undervalues all of the other things that go on during the week. Things that arguably matter more to evaluators.

Performances during practice and quality interviews can boost a player’s stock more than a handful of plays. Still, the game matters. Since it is all most fans will get to witness first-hand, let’s discuss several players who the Washington Commanders might be checking out this year.

Though the Senior Bowl boasts the most impressive roster of any all-star game, filled with future high draft picks, today we’ll look a little farther down the draft board at a handful of players likely to go somewhere in the middle rounds. The Commanders currently have five selections scattered throughout Rounds 2-4. Their decision about how to handle the No. 2 overall selection is crucial, but a lot of Washington's depleted roster can be rebuilt with some smart picks lower down the pecking order.

Let’s take a look at one prospect from each position group the Commanders should focus their attention on throughout Senior Bowl week. Today we’ll focus on offense.