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Past Charger Standout Performances at Senior Bowl
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The 2014 Senior Bowl is underway in Alabama. The event has seen some impressive performances by future Chargers in the past, so here is a list of some of the most memorable moments.
LaDainian Tomlinson – San Diego’s all-time leader in touchdowns, Tomlinson was named MVP of the 2001 Senior Bowl. The dynamic rusher ran for 88 yards and a touchdown to help the South defeat the North 21-16.
Philip Rivers –The Chargers star quarterback earned MVP honors in 2004 Senior Bowl. He led the South to victory, completing 12 of 19 passes for 219 yards and two TDs in the first quarter and a single series in the fourth.
Charlie Whitehurst – Whitehurst was named the North’s offensive MVP as he helped lead his team to victory. His signature moment came on a drive when he went a perfect 5-for-5 for 66 yards and a 15-yard touchdown pass.
Cam Thomas – Thomas showed how he can anchor a defensive line, and was of three players on the North team to record a sack.
Vincent Brown – The San Diego State alum ranked second on the North team with four receptions for 43 yards. His longest catch went for 16 yards.
Shareece Wright – Wright tied for second on the North squad with three solo tackles, while also breaking up a pass in coverage.
Marcus Gilchrist - The safety was very active, and finished the game with three total tackles.
Kendall Reyes –Eventually the team’s second-round pick in the draft, Reyes tied for the team lead with three solo tackles. He was also one of just two players on the North squad to register a sack.
Brandon Taylor – The safety came through with a clutch play, intercepting Russell Wilson and returning it 21 yards for the South team.