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Former Auburn Tigers Making the Most of Senior Bowl Week

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MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) -- Several former Auburn Tigers made the trip to Mobile for the Senior Bowl this week, and they're making the most of their opportunities.
Headlines have belonged to former quarterback Nick Marshall, who made the move to defensive back this week, but players such as receiver Sammie Coates, running back Cameron Artis-Payne, center Reese Dismukes, and defensive tackle Gabe Wright have had a good couple days of practice as well.
"A lot of people ask what I want to do better (this week). Me, personally and individually, I just want to get better each day," said Wright. "Ultimately, that's my deal. Just erase any question marks and try not to raise too many."
"It's fun training with other guys, especially from other schools," said Artis-Payne after the South team's practice on Wednesday. "You've got some of the top players in the country and you get to form a bond with them and you get to work hard and try to be the best you can be, especially for the NFL Combine."