It’s been three days of Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Alabama with coaches, scouts, and executives gathering to
take glimpses of top player evaluation. While top college football players across the country hope to make a mark as potential additions to NFL rosters, everyone at Hancock Whitney Stadium is preparing for the all-star game kicking off tomorrow, Saturday, Feb, 4th, 2023. Senior Bowl 2023, live online today: American vs National scores, stats and updates | College football game
This year’s game will feature a plethora of high-profile players in the 2023 NFL Draft. In 2022, the Senior Bowl featured
106 players who were drafted last April, making up 82 percent of the prospects who participated in the event.
This year, the team of pass rushers and running backs are
apparent strengths of the 2023 Draft Class, evidenced by the last three days of training in Mobile.
Here’s a look at
the 2023 Reese’s Senior National Team Roster: Related: Full roster for this year’s Senior Bowl participants Quarterbacks Tyson Bagent, Shepherd Max Duggan, TCU Jake Haener, Fresno State Jaren Hall, BYU Clayton Tune, Houston Running backs Chase Brown, Illinois Eric Gray, Oklahoma Evan Hull, Northwestern Roschon Johnson, Texas Kenny McIntosh, Georgia Camerun Peoples, Appalachian State Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky Tyjae Spears, Tulane Josh Whyle, Cincinnati (FB) Brayden Willis, Oklahoma (FB) Wide receivers Ronnie Bell, Michigan Derius Davis, TCU Nathaniel Dell, Houston Elijah Higgins, Stanford (WR/TE) Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State Andrei Iosivas, Princeton Charlie Jones, Purdue Jonathan Mingo, Mississippi Puka Nacua, BYU Trey Palmer, Nebraska Jayden Reed, Michigan State Rashee Rice, SMU Tre Tucker, Cincinnati Jalen Wayne, South Alabama Dontayvion Wicks, Virginia Michael Wilson, Stanford Tight ends Davis Allen, Clemson Payne Durham, Purdue Cameron Latu, Alabama Will Mallory, Miami Luke Musgrave, Oregon State Offensive lines Jake Andrews, Troy Steve Avila, TCU Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse Nick Broeker, Mississippi McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga Jaelyn Duncan, Maryland Emil Ekiyor Jr., Alabama Alex Forsyth, Oregon Blake Freeland, BYU Richard Gouraige, Florida Ryan Hayes, Michigan Dawand Jones, Ohio State Cody Mauch, North Dakota State Wanya Morris, Oklahoma Olusegun Oluwatimi, Michigan Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame Asim Richards, North Carolina Nick Saldiveri, Old Dominion John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota Tyler Steen, Alabama O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida Andrew Vorhees, USC Darnell Wright, Tennessee Edge rushers Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern Andre Carter II, Army YaYa Diaby, Louisville Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame Ali Gaye, LSU Derick Hall, Auburn Nick Hampton, Appalachian State Zach Harrison, Ohio State K.J. Henry, Clemson Dylan Horton, TCU Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan DJ Johnson, Oregon Isaiah Land, Florida A&M Eku Leota, Auburn Will McDonald IV, Iowa State Isaiah McGuire, Missouri Tavius Robinson, Mississippi Keion White, Georgia Tech Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech Byron Young, Tennessee Defensive lines Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin Karl Brooks, Bowling Green Jerrod Clark, Coastal Carolina DJ Dale, Alabama Siaki Ika, Baylor Tyler Lacy, Oklahoma State Zacch Pickens, South Carolina Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma Byron Young, Alabama Cameron Young II, Mississippi State Linebackers SirVocea Dennis, Pittsburgh Daiyan Henley, Washington State Cam Jones, Indiana Carlton Martial, Troy Aubrey Miller Jr., Jackson State DeMarvion Overshown, Texas Ivan Pace Jr., Cincinnati Owen Pappoe, Auburn Henry To’oTo’o, Alabama Dorian Williams, Tulane Cornerbacks Jakorian Bennett, Maryland Julius Brents, Kansas State Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech Anthony Johnson, Virginia Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford Darrell Luter Jr., South Alabama Jartavius Martin, Illinois Riley Moss, Iowa Darius Rush, South Carolina Tyrique Stevenson, Miami Devon Witherspoon, Illinois Rejzohn Wright, Oregon State Safety Jordan Battle, Alabama Ji’Ayir Brown, Penn State Sydney Brown, Illinois DeMarcco Hellams, Alabama Kaevon Merriweather, Iowa Jammie Robinson, Florida State Daniel Scott, California JL Skinner, Boise State Christopher Smith, Georgia Jay Ward, LSU Specialists Bryce Baringer, Michigan State (P) Adam Korsak, Rutgers (P) Jack Podlesny, Georgia (K) Chad Ryland, Maryland (K) Robert Soderholm, VMI (LS) Alex Ward, UCF (LS)