Senior Bowl practice for 2022 NFL draft: Best quarterbacks, standouts, sleepers and nuggets to know from Day 2

Day 2 of practices on Wednesday at the 2022 Senior Bowl were wet and windy, as a storm brought rain and clouds over Mobile, Alabama. After a few stellar performances at Tuesday's practices, Day 2's weather meant that the quarterbacks stalled a little bit, but there was a clear top signal-caller above a loaded group. Elsewhere, defensive linemen stole the show in the early practices.

The Senior Bowl is an invite-only showcase of the top upperclassman NFL draft prospects in the country, with more than 100 prospects split into two teams. The National team is coached by the New York Jets staff, while the American team is coached by the Detroit Lions. There is one more day of two-hour padded practice sessions on Thursday, with coverage at 12:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU/ESPN App and then 3 p.m. ET on ESPN2/ESPN App. The game is Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

Which quarterbacks performed well Wednesday, and which were underwhelming? Which under-the-radar prospects impressed NFL teams? And which prospects need to improve the rest of the week? Here are my thoughts from Day 2, including a few quick-hit nuggets from both practices.

Best quarterbacks on Day 2

Malik Willis, Liberty (American)

Scouts Inc. ranking: 21