Every year, talented seniors from the South and the North come together to play each other in Mobile, Ala.

This year, the South team dominated the North team in a 27-16 win.

Bulldogs QB Dak Prescott was named Most Outstanding Player in the 2016 Senior Bowl. Prescott was 7 of 10 for 61 yards and 1 TD in his quarter of play.

Most impressive was his the drive that led to his touchdown toss.

Tide RB Kenyan Drake also put on a show for all in attendance. Drake’s touchdown run in third quarter put the South up 27-10

These two weren’t the only ones representing the SEC.

Hogs QB Brandon Allen and Tide QB Jake Coker also had successful quarters, although neither threw for a score.

Gamecocks TE Jerell Adams got some yards alongside Drake and Allen in the third quarter.

SEC on South Team:

  • ILB Deion Jones (LSU)
  • CB Cyrus Jones (Alabama)
  • QB Brandon Allen (Arkansas)
  • ILB Kentrell Brothers (Missouri)
  • QB Jake Coker (Alabama)
  • QB Dak Prescott (Mississippi State)
  • RB Kenyan Drake (Alabama)
  • CB Jonathan Jones (Auburn)
  • S Jalen Mills (LSU)
  • RB Jonathan Williams (Arkansas)
  • ILB Antonio Morrison (Florida)
  • ILB Josh Forrest (Kentucky)
  • ILB Jake Ganus (Georgia)
  • OLB Jordan Jenkins (Georgia)
  • OT John Theus (Georgia)
  • OG Sebastian Tretola (Arkansas)
  • OT Vadal Alexander (LSU)
  • C Evan Boehm (Missouri)
  • WR Malcolm Mitchell (Georgia)
  • TE Jerell Adams (South Carolina)
  • DE Jarran Reed (Alabama)

Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Tennessee and Vanderbilt were the only SEC teams not represented in the Senior Bowl. Alabama and Georgia were best represented with four players each.

But it was the Reese’s mascot who really stole the show.