On Saturday, NFL scouts and fans alike got to see some of the best talents in college football go head-to-head all on the same field at the same time.

Although the Senior Bowl only allows for (you guessed it) college seniors to play in the scrimmage, that doesn't mean the game was without its stars.

Headlining the game were quarterbacks Drew LockDaniel Jones, and Will Grier. While Grier did not have a great performance for the South team, both Lock and Jones came to play for the North squad, bettering their draft position in the process.

Starting with Drew Lock, the Missouri product finished the day with 57 yards passing, completing nine of his 14 throws. Lock impressed scouts with both his playmaking on the fly (one underhand throw in particular) and his arm strength.

Although Lock played well, it was Jones who was the star of the show. The former Duke quarterback totaled 115 yards and a touchdown through the air on 8-of-11 passing. Jones' performance was good enough to win him the MVP of the game.

Even though the solid performances from Lock and Jones definitely helped their cases for being high first-round picks, both quarterbacks have a long way to go as they prepare for the NFL Combine and their respective Pro Days. Grier, an expected top pick in the upcoming draft, went 4-of-8 for 61 yards and didn't look great while doing it.