Record-breaking QB's stock plummets and other top takeaways from the second day of the Reese's Senior Bowl

MOBILE, Alabama — Players practiced for the second day on Wednesday at Hancock Whitney Stadium in preparation for the Reese's Senior Bowl, which takes place Saturday. 

Here are the big takeaways from practice for the game, which includes many players who will be taken in the NFL Draft:Wilson was clearly above-average from the start of practice.

His day began with many strong reps against excellent cornerbacks in one-on-one drills. 

As practice progressed, he continued to impress in increasingly advanced drills, demonstrating explosiveness and burst from his routes that defenders couldn't match.

Wilson capped off his day with a spectacular one-handed catch on the sideline against Toledo cornerback Quinyon Mitchell, who is regarded as one of the greatest corners in the game.

To begin practice, Nix fired a deep ball that fell startlingly short of Wilson, the intended receiver. Following his early misstep, Nix tried his hardest to include some well-placed throws into 11-on-11 drills,

but he made several unexplainable mistakes, such as missing basic checkdown throws and short routes, that offset his positive plays.

Compared to the other quarterbacks on the field, Nix appeared lethargic. He took a long time to drop back and scan the field, forcing him to make rushed, short throws that resulted in minimal yardage gained.

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