Players Get Comfortable at 2016 Reese’s Senior Bowl

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MOBILE – As day two of practices were underway, despite the chilly weather, the South team was more relaxed while the North team appeared to be amped up and in sync. 

"We're just out here getting the feel for each other but we will be ready come game day," said Kevin Byrad of Middle Tennessee.

While most of the media is focused around the eight quarterbacks at this year's Reese's Senior Bowl, Mississippi State's Dak Prescott didn't seem phased by the media.

"Come Saturday I'll flip that switch and it's game time," he said. "I'm ready to show everyone what I can do."

Alabama's Jake Coker took the end of Wednesday's practice to answer questions. However, they were from the fans not the media.

As practice concluded, Coker made his way to the southern end zone of Ladd Peebles Stadium to sign autographs and answer questions from eager fans. 

"I just enjoy being able to do this," he said with a big smile while signing autographs. 

Stay with CullmanSense for more coverage of the 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl. A special thanks to Augusta's Sports Grill for supporting CullmanSense's coverage of this year's Senior Bowl.

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