Georgia Pro Day Workout – 2023 Pro Day Schedule

Georgia Pro Day Workout

2023 Pro Day Schedule

 Frank Coyle/ Head scout

Defender Jalen Carter Disappoints in Workout

The much-anticipated Georgia Pro day was completed on Wednesday with several first round prospects expected to workout. Highly regarded defensive lineman Jalen Carter participated in only positional drills at the Georgia Pro day after opting out of the workout at the NFL Combine. Carter was mentioned as a possible #1 overall selection in the NFL Draft 2023, though was never higher than our 3rd overall prospect entering the postseason. This average workout probably costs him a top 5 selection, though most likely still in the top 8 overall draft choices.

At the Bulldog pro day, his positional drills were terminated early with leg cramping and breathing issues completing his workout. He did not plan to perform any of the spring and leaping events.

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Carter weighed in at 323 pounds, 9 pounds heavier than his weight at the NFL Scouting Combine two weeks ago in Indianapolis.  He had to leave the combine after arrest warrants were issued for him in Athens, Georgia, for racing and reckless driving charges stemming from an investigation into a fatal Jan. 15 car crash. He was booked on the two misdemeanors and released from custody the same day. He returned to the combine but did not participate in on-field activities in Indianapolis.

Edge defender Nolan Smith had another top workout doing positional drills in front of the 32 clubs in attendance. He was outstanding in drills, and moved easily and changed directions like a defensive back. This comes after a strong NFL Combine which most likely guaranteed him a top 20 selection.

Offensive tackle, Broderick Jones continues his rise up the charts. He did only positional drills and rest on his sub 5.0 time and other numbers. He is a possibly top 10 selection and will challenge for the first offensive lineman off the board on April 27th.

2023 NFL Pro Day Schedule

The 2023 NFL Pro Day schedule will stretch from Tuesday, March 7 through to Thursday, April 6th. Highly regarded programs like Ohio State on Wednesday, March 22, Alabama on Thursday, March 23 and April 6th, Notre Dame on Friday, March 24th, LSU on March 29th and Florida and Tennessee on Thursday, March 30 will be heavily attended with many prospects expected to earn top 100 grades for the NFL Draft 2023.

2023 NFL Pro Day Schedule

Tuesday, March 7

Wednesday, March 8
Miami (OH)

Thursday, March 9
Illinois State
Prairie View A&M
Texas State

Friday, March 10
SE Missouri State

Sunday, March 12
Grand Valley State

Monday, March 13
Coastal Carolina
Oregon State
South Carolina
Western Michigan

Tuesday, March 14
Louisiana Tech

Wednesday, March 15
Air Force
Central Michigan
Kent State
Michigan State

Thursday, March 16
Eastern Michigan
Georgia State
Georgia Tech

Friday, March 17
Georgia Southern
San Diego
San Diego State

Monday, March 20
Bowling Green
James Madison
Northern Iowa
Stony Brook

Tuesday, March 21
Iowa State
Stephen F. Austin

Wednesday, March 22
New Mexico State
Ohio State
Virginia Tech
Weber State

Thursday, March 23
Eastern Kentucky
Holy Cross
Northern Illinois
William & Mary

Friday, March 24
Boston College
Notre Dame
Old Dominion
Penn State
San Jose State
Texas Southern

Monday, March 27
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Ball State
Boise State
Florida International
Jackson State
North Carolina
Sam Houston State
Southern Miss
UT Martin
West Virginia

Tuesday, March 28
Arkansas State
California (PA)
Central Arkansas
East Carolina
Florida Atlantic
Middle Tennessee
Mississippi State
North Carolina State
Texas A&M
Washington State

Wednesday, March 29
Incarnate Word
Morgan State
North Dakota
North Dakota State
North Texas
Oklahoma State
Texas Tech
Wake Forest
Western Kentucky

Thursday, March 30
Appalachian State
Fresno State
Ouachita Baptist

Friday, March 31
Colorado State
Florida State
Kansas State
South Dakota State

Tuesday, April 4

Wednesday, April 5
Grand Valley State
Montana State

Thursday, April 6

Offensive Players Shine Over Final NFL Combine Workouts

Offensive Players Shine Over Final Two Days at the NFL Combine

 Frank Coyle/ Head scout

 Photo – RB Bijan Robinson – Texas
 Photo – Adam Davis/Icon Sportswire/AP
The 2023 NFL Combine concluded with a larger group of offensive players finishing the week long event for over 300 prospects. The combine featured many fragmented workouts plus non participants which makes the Pro day schedule the next important phase of scouting evaluation.

Draft Insiders’ will have all workouts covered through April and factored into our Yearbook and Update Report before the NFL Draft 2023.

 Top NFL Combine Offensive Players


Anthony Richardson, Florida had an amazing workout. He ran a 4.45 time and put up elite numbers. He displayed a strong arm and excellent mobility to rank as the fastest rising prospect  at the NFL Combine. C.J. Stroud, Ohio State threw the ball easily and looked polish in his throws and footwork. Will Levis, Kentucky displayed a big arm and nice touch especially on his deep throws. He moved easily and got the ball out quickly. Stetson Bennett, Georgia was impressive throwing the ball and displayed an above average arm with fine accuracy.

 Running Backs

 Bijan Robinson, Texas had a solid performance with a 4.46 time with a 1.52 ten yard split. He is quick in drills at 215 lbs. He leaped well which translated to explosiveness to the hole in positional drills. He also caught the ball easily and is a complete feature back. Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama was outstanding, showing explosiveness and long speed. He ran a 4.32 time with a blazing 1.52 split. He moved quickly in drills and looked naturally catching the ball. Evan Hull, Northwestern was impressive and performed a full workout. He looked sharp in drills and caught the ball well to improve his stock significantly. Deneric Prince, Tulsa was explosive and ran a 4.41 time with a 1.53 ten at 216 lbs. He did well in positional drills.

 Wide Receivers

Trey Palmer, Nebraska ran a blazing 4.33 time with a 1.51 ten-yard split. He moved easily in positional drills and helped his cause. Jalen Cropper, Fresno State ran a 4.40 time and was very polished in passing drills with fine hands, leaping and body control. Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee had the best all around workout for the position with a 4.40 time plus a 40” VL and an 11’3” BJ. He finished with fine positional drills. Andrei Iosivas, Princeton had a complete workout and shined in every event. He ran a 4.44 time with a 39” VL and a fast 6.85 three cone time.  Charlie Jones, Purdue had a solid overall performance including a 4.44 time and fine positional drills. He moves efficiently and creates separation to provide a dependable target. He is a polished pass catcher. Matt Landers, Arkansas was very impressive with a 4.37 sprint and fine leaping drills. He moved easy for a 6’4” and 200 lbs. prospect and has scouts back tracking his film. Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia ranked with any receiving prospect with an outstanding performance. He ran a 4.38 time at over 6’4” 220 lbs., in addition a 41” VL and 6.97 three cone. He needs some route running development, though possesses a rare physical athletic skill set.

Tight Ends

Darnell Washington, Georgia is a massive imposing athlete who tested well. He moves well for a huge athlete who is a dominant inline blocker.  Zack Kuntz, Old Dominion had an exceptional overall workout and is a fast-rising prospect. He ran and leap among the best in recent memory at the position and looked sharp in positional drills.  Sam LaPorta, Iowa was impressive and was smooth in events. He catches the ball well and runs precise routes.

Offensive Linemen

Blake Freeland, BYU was outstanding and ran a 4.98 time at almost 6’8” and 302 lbs. He leaped very well and moved easily in drills to improve his status significantly. Anton Harrison, Oklahoma had a strong workout with a 4.99 time and good positional drills. Cody Mauch, North Dakota State made a strong impression with a fine workout. He moves easy for over 6’5” and 302 lbs. and ran a 5.08 time. His versatility and well-developed skill set elevated his status. Peter Skoronski, Northwestern had a solid performance and moved exceptionally easy in positional drills. Darnell Wright, Tennessee ran a 5.01 time at over 6’5” and 333 lbs. He moves well and has the developed skills to a right tackle prospect. Luke Wypler, Ohio State had a good full workout and ran a 5.14 time and good positional drills to improve his stock.

Defensive Players Shine Early at NFL Combine

Defensive Players Shine Over First Two Days at the NFL Combine

 Frank Coyle/ Head scout

 Photo – Lukas Van Ness – Iowa
         Bryon Houlgrave/The Register / USA Today Network

 At the NFL Combine, the complete group of defensive players have finished two days of extensive workouts and exams. We will not comment on players who opted out of the workouts after an offseason of endless deflections from first the team Bowl games in Dec and Jan followed by the weakest All-star venue ever. Several All-Star games did not have a Top 150 Prospects at the event on Draft Insiders’ rankings. Many NFL personnel have privately complained at this development and are discussed with how this has complicated and extended the scouting process unnecessarily.

 Top NFL Combine Defensive Players

  Edge Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern was an impressive athlete who excelled in most drills and improved his stock significantly. DL Bryan Bresee, Clemson had a strong workout and his versatility to fit either front line including lining up inside and outside will help his cause. Edge Lukas Van Ness, Iowa continues to make an amazing raise up the charts. He moved easily and displayed power and explosiveness.  DT Calijah Kancey, Pittsburgh ran the best forty time at 4.67 and moved quickly in drills.

 LB Nolan Smith, Georgia blew up the first day of the workout and solidified at mid first round selection. Edge Byron Young, Tennessee continued his incredible rise up the charts with a strong performance. He is explosive and fast and moved well in drills. LB Jack Campbell, Iowa had a well rounded workout and is highly developed to be a plug and play backer next fall. LB Owen Pappoe, Auburn ran a blazing sub. 4.4 sprint and added solid numbers in drills.

 CB Deonte Banks, Maryland had an excellent workout including a sub 4.4 time and quick drills at almost 200 lbs. DB Brian Branch, Alabama was smooth in all drills. He was highly efficient in his movement and had fine numbers in drills. CB Julius Brents, Kansas State has unique size and leaping talent. He put up impressive numbers and fits all schemes. CB Christian Gonzalez, Oregon checked all the boxes and might have earned the #1 corner ranking. He ran well and changed directions easily to impress many DCs.

 CB Riley Moss, Iowa was prepared for the event and responded with a well rounded performance. He combines the versatility and talent to play any position in the secondary, increasing his value tremendously. CB DJ Turner II, Michigan had the fastest forty time with a 4.27 sprint. He also did well in the leaping drills and helped his draft stock nicely.

 Safety Sydney Brown, Illinois had a strong workout and displayed quickness, speed and power to help his cause. Safety Brandon Hill, Pittsburgh ran a fast 4.44 time and moved easily in drills to leave an impression. DB Jartavius Martin, Illinois was outstanding and improved his stock as much as anyone on the defensive side of the ball. He ran well and moved smoothly in drills plus leaped out of the building.

Bulldogs’ Nolan Smith Shines in Day One of NFL Combine

Bulldogs’ Nolan Smith Shines in Day One of NFL Combine
NFL Combine Workouts Begin

Frank Coyle/ Head scout

Edge defender Nolan Smith of Georgia set the pace for Day one of the workout phase of the NFL Combine with an outstanding overall performance. The former 5-star athlete completed an excellent workout which probably guarantees him an early to mid-first round selection in the upcoming NFL Draft.     Photo – Nolan Smith – Dawg Report
He checked in at a lean 6’2” and 238 lbs. with  average 32 5/8” arms. He put up an eye-popping 40 time with an official time of 4.39 seconds with a 1.52 ten-yard split. He also added 41.5” in the vertical leap and 10’8” in the broad jump. He set the pace for this year’s NFL Combine following last year when Georgia dominated the event especially on defense both at the combine and ultimately the early rounds of the NFL Draft.

Smith is a twitchy blue-chip athlete with an explosive burst on the snap which gives him an immediate advantage. He has blazing sideline-to-sideline speed and quickness to beat blocking angles and get to the ball consistently. His speed and quickness overcome his adequate size while attacking the line of scrimmage or space. He uses developed technique and sound leverage very well to consistently separate in traffic. His quick hands allow him to create space to use his amazing speed to be effective at the point of attack. His length and speed should allow him to develop and matchup with tight ends in coverage with further reps and refinement of his reads.

Smith played four seasons at Georgia, and totaled 110 tackles, 20 TFLs and 12.5 sacks. His biggest season came during the 2021 season when he finished the season with 4.5 sacks and 8 TFLs playing in all fifteen games that season in their first of two consecutive national championships. He was a part of amazing Georgia 2019 recruiting class as a five-star prospect and the number-one player in the nation during his recruitment process.

 2023 NFL Scouting Combine Workout Schedule

NFL Combine 2023
  Feb. 27- March 6 – NFL Scouting Combine (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, In)

 The 2023 NFL Scouting Combine begins on Monday, February 27th with team interviews, physicals, medical exams and media interviews. The athletic testing and field drills get underway on Thursday, March 2nd. The events will once again take place at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. Television coverage can be found on the NFL Network. DraftInsiders.com will have scouts at the NFL Combine and provide scouting insights for the 2023 Draft Yearbook and exclusive emails to Full subscribers.

 2023 NFL Scouting Combine Workout Schedule

 Thursday – 3/2/23: Edge Rushers, Defensive Line and Linebackers
3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Friday – 3/3/23: Cornerbacks and Safeties
3 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Saturday – 3/4/23: Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and Tight Ends
1 pm – 8 pm – NFL Network

Sunday – 3/5/23: Running Backs, Offensive Tackles and Interior Offensive Line
1 pm – 7 pm – NFL Network
On Field Positional Drills
March 2 at 3:30 p.m.
March 3 at 4 p.m.
March 4 at 2 p.m.
March 5 at 1:30 p.m.

NFL Combine 2023

NFL Combine 2023

February 27 – March 6 – NFL Scouting Combine (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, In)

Draft Insiders’ will have a Free NFL Combine Report for Subscribers this week

The 2023 NFL Scouting Combine begins on Monday, February 27th with team interviews, physicals, medical exams and media interviews. The athletic testing and field drills get underway on Thursday, March 2nd. The events will once again take place at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. Television coverage can be found on the NFL Network. DraftInsiders.com will have scouts at the NFL Combine and provide scouting insights for the Draft Yearbook and exclusive emails to Full subscribers.

Quarterbacks is a projected strong class and will be a focus of the week, though top prospect Bryce Young will only participate in exams and interviews. He has stated he is fully recovered from his AC joint injury and will do a full workout at the Alabama Pro Day this spring. Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud, Kentucky’s Will Levis and Florida’s Anthony Richardson will throw at the combine on Saturday March 4th. Most QBs usually participate in their Pro days from a throwing perspective which leaves a lasting and sometimes deceptive view of a players’ pro potential.

The workout part of the NFL Combines begins Thursday with the defensive front seven players on center stage. The defense completes the workout portion on Friday with the deep defensive back class the participants. On Saturday, the wide receivers and tight ends join the QBs for a long day on drills and many of the top selections on display. The workouts conclude on Sunday with the running backs and the huge offensive line group completing the week-long events.

2023 NFL Scouting Combine Workout Schedule

Thursday – 3/2/23: Edge Rushers, Defensive Line and Linebackers
Friday – 3/3/23: Cornerbacks and Safeties
Saturday – 3/4/23: Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and Tight Ends
Sunday – 3/5/23: Running Backs, Offensive Tackles and Interior Offensive Line

NFL and HBCU Combine and Legacy Bowl Game

NFL and HBCU Combine and Legacy Bowl Game

HBCU Legacy Bowl week will officially kick off hosting the 2023 HBCU Combine at the New Orleans Saints’ Ochsner Sports Performance Center in Metairie, LA from 8:00 AM to 2:30 pm CT on Feb. 20.

47 HBCU student-athletes were invited by the National Football League and HBCU Legacy Bowl to participate in the event. The football players will be able to meet and interact with NFL executives, scouts, and decision-makers.

NFL has partnered with HBCU and the Black College Football Hall of Fame to have the HBCU Combine in New Orleans along with the Legacy Bowl,” Doug Williams said to HBCU Legends. “Because a lot of those guys who are going to be at the HBCU Combine will transition into playing in an HBCU Legacy Bowl game. I thought it was a great thing for us to have.”

HBCU Combine Schedule – Feb. 20th

8:00 AM to 11:00 AM – Offense: Combine Drills and Workouts
11:00 AM to 2:20 PM – Defense: Combine Drills and Workouts
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM – Meeting with NFL Scouts

HBCU Legacy Bowl – Sat, Feb. 25th

 The 2023 HBCU Legacy Bowl selected Saints quarterback Jameis Winston and former Saints and current Dolphin left tackle Terron Armstead as Honorary Captains on the event scheduled for Feb. 25.

Winston and Armstead are founding partners with the HBCU Legacy Bowl and other NFL players, such as NFL MVP and Super Bowl LVII champion Patrick Mahomes, who was the event’s inaugural honorary captain.

The second HBCU Legacy Bowl will showcase the talent of 100 HBCU student-athletes hoping to earn a roster spot in the NFL, CFL, USFL, XFL, or other professional leagues. The event will be held at Tulane University’s Yulman Stadium at 3:00 PM CT on Feb. 25. The NFL Network will broadcast the contest with Steve Wyche (play-by-play) and Charles Davis (color analyst) in the booth.

2023 HBCU Combine Roster – Monday Feb. 20, 2023

Player                                      Position           College/University

Averett, Kemari                        TE                    Bethune-Cookman
Barnes-Brown, Brandon          DB                   Fayetteville State
Boone, Raymond                     DB                   Bowie State
Bryant, Darian                         G                      Va Union
Centers, Drake                         T/G                   Texas Southern
Cooper, Tarik                           LB                    Texas Southern
Cox, Isaiah                               WR                   Alabama A&M
Davis, A.J.                               RB                   FAMU
Dourisseau, Devin                   LB                    Langston
Dumas, Jason                          DT                    Southern
Estes, Rey                               DB                    Grambling State
Faddoul, Chris                         P                      FAMU
Farmer, Andrew                       LB/DE             Lane
Fowler, Jalen                           QB                   NC A&T
Golatt, Jr., Dion                       QB                   Bowie State
Graham, Alfonso                     RB                   Morgan State
Hagans, Darius                        RB                    Va State
Harrington, Larry                     QB                   Langston
Harris, Corione                        DB                   Southern
Hasley, Jerrish                        WR                   Delaware State
Holloman, J.J.                          WR                   Tennessee State
King, Tyler                               RB                   Edward Waters
Lacey, Robert                          T/G                   Tennessee State
Lee, Ricky                                T                      NC A&T
Leslie, Zach                             WR                   NC A&T
Lewis, Jordan                          LB                    Southern
McCoy, Devin                          TE/WR              Clark Atlanta
McDaniel, Jermaine                 DE                    NC A&T
Mitchell, Robert                       T/G                   NC Central
Moore, KeShaun                      LB                    Hampton
Murray, Antoine                       WR                   Howard
Parker, Brooks                        LB                    Delaware State
Perry, Skyler                            QB                   Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Peterson, Camron                    DT                    Southern
Pryor, Joshua                          LB/DE              Bowie State
Rankin, Jacory                         WR                   Miss Valley State
Romo-Martinez, Jose               K                      FAMU
Scott, Markell                          RB                    Langston
Shockey, Ali                            WR                   Hampton
Smith, Xavier                           WR                   FAMU
Thomas, Ronnie                      LB/DE              Miss. Valley State
Tucker, Derrick                        DB                    Texas Southern
Victorian, Kevin                       DE                    Prairie View
Warren, De’Jahn                      DB                   Jackson State
Williams, Brian                        T                      Southern
Wilson, Dacquari                     C                      NC A&T
Wilson, Emmanuel                   RB                   Fort Valley State

NFL Combine 2023 – Player Invitation List

NFL Combine 2023 – Player Invitation List

 This February, over three hundred of the very best college football players will be invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine (National Invitational Camp) in Indianapolis, In.  Top Executives, Coaching Staffs, Player Personnel Departments and Medical Personnel from all 32 NFL teams will be on hand to evaluate the nation’s top college football players eligible for the upcoming NFL Draft. This intense, four-day job interview is an exciting time for the athletes and a vital step in achieving their dreams of playing in the NFL.

The NFL Scouting Combine will be held February 27 – March 6, 2023

NFL Combine 2023 – Player Invitation List – (321 Players currently)

 Quarterbacks (15)
Tyson Bagent, Shepherd
Stetson Bennett, Georgia
Malik Cunningham, Louisville
Max Duggan, TCU
Jake Haener, Fresno State
Jaren Hall, BYU
Hendon Hooker, Tennessee
Will Levis, Kentucky
Tanner McKee, Stanford
Aidan O’Connell, Purdue
Anthony Richardson, Florida
C.J. Stroud, Ohio State
Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA
Clayton Tune, Houston
Bryce Young, Alabama
Running Backs (27)
Israel Abanik anda, Pittsburgh
Devon Achane, Texas A&M
Tank Bigsby, Auburn
Chase Brown, Illinois
Zach Charbonnet, UCLA
Travis Dye, USC
Tiyon Evans, Louisville
Zach Evans, Mississippi
Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama
Eric Gray, Oklahoma
Evan Hull, Northwestern
Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota
Roschon Johnson, Texas
Hunter Luepke, North Dakota State
DeWayne McBride, UAB
Kenny McIntosh, Georgia
Kendre Miller, TCU
Keaton Mitchell, East Carolina
Cam Peoples, Appalachian State
Deneric Prince, Tulsa
Bijan Robinson, Texas
Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky
Tyjae Spears, Tulane
Tavion Thomas, Utah
SaRodorick Thompson, Texas Tech
Sean Tucker, Syracuse
Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State
Wide Receivers (52)
Jordan Addison, USC
Ronnie Bell, Michigan
Jake Bobo, UCLA
Kayshon Boutte, LSU
Jalen Brooks, South Carolina
Jason Brownlee, Southern Mississippi
Jacob Copeland, Maryland
Jalen Cropper, Fresno State
Derius Davis, TCU
Tank Dell, Houston
Dontay Demus Jr., Maryland
Demario Douglas, Liberty
Josh Downs, North Carolina
Grant DuBose, Charlotte
Zay Flowers, Boston College
Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia
Antoine Green, North Carolina
Jadon Haselwood, Arkansas
Malik Heath, Mississippi
Elijah Higgins, Stanford
Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee
Andrei Iosivas, Princeton
Kearis Jackson, Georgia
Rakim Jarrett, Maryland
Michael Jefferson, Louisiana
Jaray Jenkins, LSU
CJ Johnson, East Carolina
Quentin Johnston, TCU
Charlie Jones, Purdue
Malik Knowles, Kansas State
Matt Landers, Arkansas
Marvin Mims Jr., Oklahoma
Jonathan Mingo, Mississippi
Puka Nacua, BYU
Joseph Ngata, Clemson
Trey Palmer, Nebraska
A.T. Perry, Wake Forest
Jayden Reed, Michigan State
Rashee Rice, SMU
Tyler Scott, Cincinnati
Justin Shorter, Florida
Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State
Cedric Tillman, Tennessee
Mitchell Tinsley, Penn State
Tre Tucker, Cincinnati
Parker Washington, Penn State
Jalen Wayne, South Alabama
Dontayvion Wicks, Virginia
Michael Wilson, Stanford
Tight Ends (20)
Davis Allen, Clemson
Payne Durham, Purdue
Noah Gindorff, North Dakota State
Dalton Kincaid, Utah
Tucker Kraft, South Dakota State
Zack Kuntz, Old Dominion
Sam LaPorta, Iowa
Cameron Latu, Alabama
Will Mallory, Miami
Michael Mayer, Notre Dame
Luke Musgrave, Oregon State
Kyle Patterson, Air Force
Luke Schoonmaker, Michigan
Brenton Strange, Penn State
Leonard Taylor, Cincinnati
Travis Vokolek, Nebraska
Darnell Washington, Georgia
Blake Whiteheart, Wake Forest
Josh Whyle, Cincinnati
Brayden Willis, Oklahoma
Offensive Linemen (51)
Alan Ali, TCU
Jake Andrews, Troy
Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon
Steve Avila, TCU
Henry Bainivalu, Washington
TJ Bass, Oregon
Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse
Earl Bostick Jr., Kansas
Anthony Bradford, LSU
Nick Broeker, Mississippi
McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga
Braeden Daniels, Utah
Jaelyn Duncan, Maryland
Emil Ekiyor Jr., Alabama
Mark Evans II, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Alex Forsyth, Oregon
Blake Freeland, BYU
Jon Gaines II, UCLA
Connor Galvin, Baylor
Richard Gouraige, Florida
Jovaughn Gwyn, South Carolina
Anton Harrison, Oklahoma
Ryan Hayes, Michigan
Paris Johnson Jr., Ohio State
Broderick Jones, Georgia
Dawand Jones, Ohio State
Jaxson Kirkland, Washington
Brent Laing, Minnesota-Duluth
Tashawn Manning, Kentucky
Cody Mauch, North Dakota State
Warren McClendon, Georgia
Jordan McFadden, Clemson
Wanya Morris, Oklahoma
John Ojukwu, Boise State
Olu Oluwatimi, Michigan
Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame
Asim Richards, North Carolina
Nick Saldiveri, Old Dominion
John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota
Juice Scruggs, Penn State
Peter Skoronski, Northwestern
Sidy Sow, Eastern Michigan
Tyler Steen, Alabama
Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas
Joe Tippmann, Wisconsin
O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida
Andrew Vorhees, USC
Dalton Wagner, Arkansas
Carter Warren, Pittsburgh
Darnell Wright, Tennessee
Luke Wypler, Ohio State
Defensive Linemen (51)
Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern
MJ Anderson, Iowa State
Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State
Habakkuk Baldonado, Pittsburgh
Robert Beal Jr., Georgia
Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin
Bryan Bresee, Clemson
Jalen Carter, Georgia
Jerrod Clark, Coastal Carolina
Keondre Coburn, Texas
Brenton Cox, Florida
DJ Dale, Alabama
Gervon Dexter, Florida
YaYa Diaby, Louisville
Ikenna Enechukwu, Rice
Viliami Fehoko Jr., San Jose State
Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame
Ali Gaye, LSU
Nick Hampton, Appalachian State
Zach Harrison, Ohio State
KJ Henry, Clemson
Dylan Horton, TCU
Siaki Ika, Baylor
Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan
Calijah Kancey, Pittsburgh
Tyler Lacy, Oklahoma State
Isaiah Land, Florida A&M
Will McDonald IV, Iowa State
Isaiah McGuire, Missouri
Mike Morris, Michigan
Caleb Murphy, Ferris State
Myles Murphy, Clemson
PJ Mustipher, Penn State
Moro Ojomo, Texas
Zacch Pickens, South Carolina
Jose Ramirez, Eastern Michigan
Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma
Tavius Robinson, Mississippi
Jaquelin Roy, LSU
Nesta Jade Silvera, Arizona State
Mazi Smith, Michigan
Nolan Smith, Georgia
Dante Stills, West Virginia
Tuli Tuipulotu, USC
Lukas Van Ness, Iowa
Keion White, Georgia Tech
Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech
Colby Wooden, Auburn
Byron Young, Alabama
Byron Young, Tennessee
Cameron Young, Mississippi State
Linebackers (34)
Yasir Abdullah, Louisville
Will Anderson Jr., Alabama
Jeremy Banks, Tennessee
Micah Baskerville, LSU
Jack Campbell, Iowa
Andre Carter II, Army
SirVocea Dennis, Pittsburgh
Jalen Graham, Purdue
Derick Hall, Auburn
Daiyan Henley, Washington State
Nick Herbig, Wisconsin
Shaka Heyward, Duke
DJ Johnson, Oregon
Andre Jones Jr., Louisiana
Cam Jones, Indiana
Eku Leota, Auburn
Ochaun Mathis, Nebraska
Ventrell Miller, Florida
Isaiah Moore, N.C. State
BJ Ojulari, LSU
Anfernee Orji, Vanderbilt
DeMarvion Overshown, Texas
Ivan Pace Jr., Cincinnati
Owen Pappoe, Auburn
Lonnie Phelps, Kansas
Drew Sanders, Arkansas
Noah Sewell, Oregon
Trenton Simpson, Clemson
Noah Taylor, North Carolina
Charlie Thomas, Georgia Tech
Henry To’oTo’o, Alabama
Tyrus Wheat, Mississippi State
Dorian Williams, Tulane
Dee Winters, TCU
Defensive Backs (59)
Alex Austin, Oregon State
Deonte Banks, Maryland
Jordan Battle, Alabama
Jakorian Bennett, Maryland
Mekhi Blackmon, USC
Lance Boykin, Coastal Carolina
Brian Branch, Alabama
Julius Brents, Kansas State
Myles Brooks, Louisiana Tech
Cam Brown, Ohio State
Ji’Ayir Brown, Penn State
Sydney Brown, Illinois
Arquon Bush, Cincinnati
Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville
Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech
Trey Dean, Florida
Emmanuel Forbes, Mississippi State
Mekhi Garner, LSU
Christian Gonzalez, Oregon
DeMarcco Hellams, Alabama
Ronnie Hickman Jr., Ohio State
Brandon Hill, Pittsburgh
Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, TCU
Jordan Howden, Minnesota
Anthony Johnson, Iowa State
Anthony Johnson Jr., Virginia
Antonio Johnson, Texas A&M
Jaylon Jones, Texas A&M
Nic Jones, Ball State
Tyreque Jones, Boise State
Brandon Joseph, Notre Dame
Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford
Darrell Luter Jr., South Alabama
Jartavius Martin, Illinois
Kaevon Merriweather, Iowa
Cameron Mitchell, Northwestern
Riley Moss, Iowa
Gervarrius Owens, Houston
Clark Phillips III, Utah
Joey Porter Jr., Penn State
Eli Ricks, Alabama
Kelee Ringo, Georgia
Jammie Robinson, Florida State
Darius Rush, South Carolina
Daniel Scott, Cal
JL Skinner III, Boise State
Cam Smith, South Carolina
Christopher Smith II, Georgia
Terell Smith, Minnesota
Tyrique Stevenson, Miami
Jason Taylor II, Oklahoma State
Rashad Torrence II, Florida
Cory Trice Jr., Purdue
DJ Turner II, Michigan
Carrington Valentine, Kentucky
Jay Ward, LSU
Garrett Williams, Syracuse
Devon Witherspoon, Illinois
Rejzohn Wright, Oregon State
Specialists (12)
Anders Carlson, K, Auburn
Christopher Dunn, K, N.C. State
Jake Moody, K, Michigan
Jack Podlesny, K, Georgia
B.T. Potter, K, Clemson
Chad Ryland, K, Maryland
Alex Ward, LS, UCF
Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State
Paxton Brooks, P, Tennessee
Adam Korsak, P, Rutgers
Brad Robbins, P, Michigan
Michael Turk, P, Oklahoma

East-West Shrine Bowl 2023

East-West Shrine Bowl 2023

The annual East-West Shrine All-Star Classic kicks off later tonight in Las Vegas at 8:30 PM ET on the NFL Network. Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Bowl has benefited Shriners Children’s and its mission while showcasing the next generation of NFL legends. An invitation to take part in the annual East-West Shrine Bowl is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the best senior collegiate football all-stars in the country to showcase their talents in front of top representatives of NFL teams. A strong performance in the game greatly impacts a player’s chances of a career in the NFL. Many of professional football’s most recognized and decorated players, including Tom Brady, Walter Payton, Lawrence Taylor, John Elway, Gale Sayers and Jimmy Garoppolo, played in the East-West Shrine Bowl.

Feb. 2 – East-West Shrine Bowl – Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
 NFL Network – 8:30 pm est

East-West Prospects to Watch
Frank Coyle/ Head scout


Offensive Players

QB Tim DeMorat, 6-3, 221 – Fordham U
RB Mohamed Ibrahim, 5-8, 203 – Minnesota
WR Zay Flowers, 5-9, 182 – Boston College
WR Jalen Cropper, 5-11, 171 –  Fresno State
WR Justin Shorter, 6-4, 224 – Florida
WR Jake Bobo, 6-4, 216 – UCLA
TE Travis Vokolek, 6-6, 259 – Nebraska
TE Thomas Greaney, 6-6, 253 – Albany State (N.Y.)
TE Luke Schoonmaker, 6-5, 249 – Michigan
OG Jaxson Kirkland, 6-6, 322 – Washington
OG Mark Evans II, 6-2, 293 – Arkansas Pine-Bluff

Defensive Players

DE BJ Thompson, 6-5, 240 – Stephen F Austin
DE Jose Ramirez, 6-2, 249 – Eastern Michigan
DE Tyrus Wheat, 6-2, 269 – Mississippi State
DT PJ Mustipher, 6-4, 315 – Penn State
DT Keondre Coburn, 6-1, 344 – Texas
LB Isaiah Moore, 6-2, 234 – N. C. State
LB Jack Colletto, 6-3, 239 – Oregon State
CB Tre’visu Hodges-Tomlinson, 5-8, 175 – Texas Christian
CB Mekhi Garner, 6-2, 220 LSU
CB KeiI’Trel Clark, 5-10, 179 – Louisville
S Trey Dean, 6-3, 211 – Florida

NFLPA All-Star Bowl Names Eddie George & Jeff Fisher Head Coaches

NFLPA 2023 Bowl

Eddie George & Jeff Fisher Named Head Coaches For 2023 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Deep Coaching Staffs Features Multiple Former Pro Bowl Performers

The 2023 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is January 28th on NFL Network at 6 pm est.

After teaming up for eight successful seasons as player and coach with the Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers, Eddie George, and Jeff Fisher will be pitted against one another as head coaches for the 2023 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

The 11th annual installment of the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl will take place on January 28 at the historic Rose Bowl Stadium in California and air live on NFL Network at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. George will lead the National Team, while Fisher returns for a second year in a row to lead the American Team.

Between them, George and Fisher boast 25 years of coaching experience, 14 seasons as NFL players, a Super Bowl ring, and two other Super Bowl appearances, ensuring that there will be plenty of wisdom to go around for the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl participants.


Here are the full coaching staffs for the American and National teams:

National Team

Head Coach: Eddie George
Offensive Coordinator: Mark Frederick
Defensive Coordinator: Joe Bowden
Quarterbacks Coach: Seneca Wallace
Running Backs Coach: Robert Edwards
Wide Receivers Coach: Andre Rison
Wide Receivers Coach: Chad Lucas
Tight Ends Coach: Jason Dunn
Offensive Line Coach: Jackie Slater
Offensive Line Coach: Cameron Clark
Defensive Line Coach: Cliff Matthews
Defensive Line Coach: Kendall Simmons
Linebackers Coach: Keith Bulluck
Defensive Backs Coach: Benny Sapp
Defensive Backs Coach: Richard McNutt
Special Teams Coach: Keith Burns
Specialist/Assistant: Nick Novak
Offensive Coaching Intern: Brandon Jacobs
Defensive Coaching Intern: Kevin Dockery
Active Player Intern: Chris Rowland
Active Player Intern: Robert Spillane
GA: Gunner Daniel

American Team

Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Offensive Coordinator: Matt Leone
Defensive Coordinator: Tim Hauck
Quarterbacks Coach: Rod Rutherford
Running Backs Coach: Carey Davis
Wide Receivers Coach: Derrick Alexander
Wide Receivers Coach: Chris Chambers
Tight Ends Coach: Brandon Manumaleuna
Offensive Line Coach: Rich Seubert
Offensive Line Coach: Lance Zeno
Defensive Line Coach: Brian Price
Defensive Line Coach: Domata Peko
Linebackers Coach: Reggie Givens
Defensive Backs Coach: Bobby Sippio
Defensive Backs Coach: Arturo Freeman
Special Teams Coach: Joshua Cribbs
Specialist/Assistant: Nick Novak
Offensive Coaching Intern: Geremy Davis
Defensive Coaching Intern: Marvin Bohannon
Active Player Intern: Tyler Lockett
GA: Brandon Bryant
GA (Ops): Zac Sias