The Senior Bowl represents the last opportunity to evaluate key prospects in the upcoming draft actually playing football. It is all about running in shorts, bench presses and throwing and catching with no one defending after this. While the Senior Bowl is important, it is just part of the complete evaluation process. What a prospect did in his collegiate career should take center stage. The following are the players that stood out and some that revealed chinks in their armor:Stood Out:DE Ziggy Ansah, BYU- What is more important, practice and drills or the game? Ansah played too high and found himself wired to blockers during the week. However, he excelled during the game. Ansah played fast and showed power and speed to make a bunch of plays during the game. The raw BYU product tipped a pass, was stout against the run, had a sack and was relentless in pursuit. Ansah’s non-stop hustle was impressive.OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan- Fisher was highly regarded entering Senior Bowl week and only enhanced his reputation. He can play left tackle in the NFL with his quick feet and solid technique. Fisher can slide laterally; re-anchor to stop bull rushes and finishes his blocks. A team looking for a left tackle has to feel confident that this young man could very well be the answer.OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma- The former Sooner is very athletic with the quick feet and balance to be a good pass protector at left tackle. Johnson is smooth with his kick slide and bends well. He has to add additional solid weight and more strength to become a better run blocker. This should come in time and Johnson opened some eyes this week.DE Datone Jones, UCLA- Jones impressed with a quick first step and aggressive use of his hands. He also displayed a high motor and was very active in drills from start to finish. Jones did a fine job of slapping offensive lineman’s hands away from him and maintaining some separation. Jones applied pressure during the actual game and showed that he was not just a practice standout.QB E.J. Manuel, Florida State- The game’s MVP threw a nicely lofted touchdown pass to Michael Williams. Manuel also can buy time better than any quarterback present at the Senior Bowl. Manuel still does not have the accuracy or decision-, making skills of a top quarterback. He is a good athlete and an intelligent young man. Manuel did enough that several teams will view him as someone who could develop in a couple of years into a solid starter.CB Leon McFadden, San Diego State- McFadden is a scrappy cornerback who plays the ball well. He has fluid hips and plays big for his size. McFadden could contribute as a 3rd cornerback in the NFL.WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech- The bigger stage did not prove too much for the small-school receiver. Patton ran crisp routes and caught the ball cleanly for the most part. Patton comes out of his breaks with a good burst and also can catch the ball in traffic. He also gave good effort in the blocking department during the game.CB Jordan Poyer, Oregon State- Some players have a knack for being around the football and this describes Poyer. He has excellent instincts and can anticipate routes. Poyer transitions well from his backpedal to driving toward the receiver very well.DT Kwann Short, Purdue- Short’s natural use of leverage and quickness were evident during the week. The former Purdue star could be an excellent three-technique defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme. Short was consistently in the backfield during the game and was very disruptive.CB Desmond Trufant, Washington- Trufant was probably the most impressive of all the cornerbacks. He has a smooth back pedal and looked comfortable in press or off-man coverage. Trufant located the ball quickly and played with a lot of confidence during the week.OG Larry Warford, Kentucky- A team that wants to become more physical on the offensive line should strongly consider Warford. The big man has lighter feet than expected and will open holes as a run blocker. Warford is suited for a downhill, power-based blocking scheme. His surprising quickness in a short area will enable him to pass block against quicker defensive tackles.WR Markus Wheaton, Oregon State- Wheaton caught the ball well and displayed exceptional quickness coming out of his breaks. He lacks size, but could develop into a slot receiver that a quarterback looks for on 3rd down.Flaws Revealed:OT Oday Aboushi, Virginia- Aboushi’s foot quickness to play offensive tackle at the next level is a concern. He had trouble staying in front of quick defensive ends on outside pass rushes. Aboushi also was exposed on quality spin moves. His best position probably is inside at guard in the NFL.QB Mike Glennon, North Carolina State- There is an inconsistency to Glennon’s game that has to be a cause for concern. He has a strong arm, but that sometimes just results in a big overthrow of a receiver. Glennon’s footwork looked average. He settled down after a rough 1st half to make some impressive passes in the 2nd half. Glennon, at times, throws the ball like a 1st round pick, but is very streaky. His ability to handle a pass rush and make sound decisions for four quarters is a question mark. He will be a highly debated prospect and his Senior Bowl week did provide enough answers.NT John Jenkins, Georgia- Jenkins is a huge man and is a good athlete for his size. He did not have a bad week, but his conditioning and focus are far from ideal. Jenkins looks the part of an NFL nose tackle. However, he might be closer to a Terrance Cody than a Casey Hampton. Jenkins may not have the mental toughness to grind in the trenches and become a quality nose tackle. You do not expect a mountain of a man like Jenkins to be able to go all-out most of the time. However, his effort becomes lackadaisical too often.DE Margus Hunt, SMU- Hunt had trouble sealing the edge during the game and was victimized on more than one outside run. His lack of instincts and tendency to play too high were evident. The SMU product looked like a track athlete who is still learning the game. Hunt will be 26-years-old prior to the start of the upcoming season and is already at his peak physically.QB Gino Smith, West Virginia- The Kansas City Chiefs have the first pick in the draft and badly need a quarterback. The fastest way for the Chiefs to become good again is to find a quality young quarterback. Geno Smith should have played in the Senior Bowl and showed the Chiefs that he is the quarterback that they are looking for. The former West Virginia quarterback has questions about his game. He is not universally viewed as a can’t miss quarterback prospect.Jay Cutler, Philip Rivers and Carson Palmer all helped themselves become high 1st round selections by playing in the Senior Bowl. Palmer solidified his number one overall selection by looking like a man among boys when throwing the ball compared to the other quarterbacks. Geno Smith missed an opportunity to display his competitiveness and skills playing against the top seniors in college football.