First Group Of Senior Bowl Invites Accepted

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On November 5th, the Senior Bowl sent out its initial list of invitees for the annual college football all-star game. A spot at this prestigious showcase means access to an NFL coaching staff and an opportunity to improve one’s draft stock. 

The Senior Bowl sent out invites to 81 players from a total of 45 schools. And of those initial inviters, more than 50 players have already pledged to play. 

Many of the players on this list are included on the NFL Draft Lounge Top 50 Big Board. These players will relish the opportunity to work with an NFL coaching staff ahead of the three-day league draft. 

Arizona State

WR

Brandon Aiyuk

Auburn

DE

Marlon Davidson

Auburn

OL

Prince Tega Wanogho

California

LB

Evan Weaver

California

S

Ashtyn Davis

Clemson

OL

John Simpson

Clemson

OL

Tremayne Anchrum

Clemson

S

K’Von Wallace

Colorado

LB

Davion Taylor

Connecticut

OL

Matt Peart

Dayton

TE

Adam Trautman

Florida

DE

Jonathan Greenard

Florida

DL

Jabari Zuniga

Florida

RB

Lamical Perine

Florida Atlantic

TE

Harrison Bryant

Georgia Southern

CB

Kindle Vildor

Houston

OL

Josh Jones

Kansas

OL

Hakeem Adeniji

Kentucky

OL

Logan Stenberg

Lenoir-Rhyne

S

Kyle Dugger

Liberty

WR

Antonio Gandy-Golden

Louisiana – Lafayette

OG

Robert Hunt

Miami

DT

Trevon Hill

Michigan

LB

Josh Uche

Michigan

OG

Ben Bredeson

Michigan

S

Josh Metellus

Minnesota

LB

Carter Coughlin

Minnesota

LB

Kamal Martin

Mississippi State

S

Brian Cole

NC State

DT

Larrell Murchison

North Carolina

DL

Jason Strowbridge

Notre Dame

S

Jalen Elliot

Notre Dame

DB

Tony Pride Jr.

Notre Dame

WR

Chase Claypool

Oklahoma

DT

Neville Gallimore

Oklahoma State

CB

A.J. Green

Oregon

LB

Troy Dye

Purdue

TE

Brycen Hopkins

Saint John’s

OL

Ben Bartch

South Carolina

DE

DJ Wonnum

South Carolina

DT

Javon Kinlaw

South Carolina

WR

Bryan Edwards

South Carolina State

OT

Alex Taylor

Southern Illinois

S

Jeremy Chinn

Syracuse

DL

Alton Robinson

TCU

CB

Jeff Gladney

Tennessee

DE

Darrell Taylor

Texas

S

Brandon Jones

Texas

WR

Collin Johnson

Texas

WR

Devin Duvernay

Texas Tech

LB

Jordyn Brooks

Texas Tech

OL

Terence Steele

USC

WR

Michael Pittman Jr.

Utah

LB

Francis Bernard

Utah

S

Julian Blackmon

Utah

DL

Leki Fotu

Utah

DB

Terrell Burgess

Utah

RB

Zack Moss

Utah

LB/Edge

Bradlee Anae

Vanderbilt

RB

Ke’Shawn Vaughn

Vanderbilt

TE

Jared Pinkney

Vanderbilt

WR

Kalija Lipscomb

West Virginia

OL

Colton McKivitz

The Senior Bowl remains the top showcase for NFL-bound college talent. The game offers the opportunity for these young men to learn from an entire NFL coaching staff. It also serves as a major opportunity to improve one’s draft stock in front of coaches, executives and scouts. 

The Senior Bowl will be played on January 25th in Mobile, Alabama. 

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