The Senior Bowl is a big week for former college football players.

It’s a time when they meet with and perform in front of NFL coaches and scouts. This week in Mobile, Alabama, 32 former SEC players competed to help improve their NFL Draft stock. Of those 32, six of them stood out among the best, according to the Senior Bowl’s Executive Director Jim Nagy.

On offense, Florida running back La’Mical Perine and wide receiver Van Jefferson were singled out, as were Vanderbilt tight end Jared Pickney and LSU offensive lineman Lloyd Cushenberry.

On defense, South Carolina’s Javon Kinlaw was recognized. Aside from Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert, Kinlaw was the best overall player this week. LSU longsnapper Blake Ferguson was also listed among the special teams players.

No doubt this week helped the draft stock of these six former conference players, but they’ll have to wait until April 23-25 to find out how much.