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When: Jan. 20, 2018, 4 p.m. ET
Where: The Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.
The college football all-star season continues with the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday. This annual spotlight of draft-eligible prospects is sponsored by the NFL Players Association and features players with a slightly lower profile than the other postseason exhibitions. The game itself kicks off at 4 p.m. ET.
Much like the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Game, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is a showcase for up-and-coming NFL talent trying to impress scouts in attendance. In a bit of irony, the game is often the least important part of the process —the real emphasis is on the week of practice beforehand, when young players will be working with NFL coaches and schemes for the first time.
This year’s teams are led by Mike Martz and Darrell Green, with Martz coaching the National team. Green is making his head-coaching debut here when he leads the American team.
The NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is known for unearthing hidden gems and underrated talents. Last year’s game featured running back Tarik Cohen, who got a chance to show off his game-breaking talents. Cohen got drafted in the fourth round by the Chicago Bears and scored four touchdowns while providing a number of dazzling highlights.
This afternoon, four teams of college football seniors will take to the field in a pair of All-Star games as they try to make an impression on NFL scouts across the league in preparation for the 2018 NFL Draft. Next week’s Senior Bowl is the highest-profile of the All-Star games, but today’s two games are next up on the list and have both produced a multitude of NFL players over the last several years.
There are college football players who seem to arrive like a streak of lightning, dazzling so brightly it’s hard to imagine that they really existed. Then there are those who seem to play forever in a sport with so much turnover that they are almost ingrained within the landscape itself. Kenny Hill has somehow captured the essences of both archetypes: flashing onto the scene as a sophomore before ultimately maturing into the finished product that led TCU to the Big 12 championship game in his senior year.