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    FCS Batch 2023 Commitments in Senior All-Star Games

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    Re: FCS Batch 2023 Commitments in Senior All-Star Games

    Possibly final Senior Bowl participants from the FCS:

    https://www.nfl.com/news/2023-senior...u-need-to-know

    Andrei Iosivas, Princeton (wr)
    McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga (ol)
    Cody Mauch, North Dakota State (ol)
    Aubrey Miller Jr., Jackson State (lb)
    Robert Soderholm, VMI (LS)
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    Re: FCS Batch 2023 Commitments in Senior All-Star Games

    From The Analyst:

    77th Hula Bowl

    Jan. 14 at FBC Mortgage Stadium in Orlando, Florida
    Noon ET, CBS Sports Network
    Team Kai (Brian Billick)

    (86) D.J. Coleman, DE, Jacksonville State/Missouri
    (77) JD DiRenzo, OL, Sacred Heart/Rutgers
    (2) Elijah Dotson, RB, Northern Colorado
    (27) Justin Ford, CB, Montana
    (56) Alex Jensen, LT, South Dakota
    (23) Jordan Jones, CB, Rhode Island
    (89) Ed Lee, WR, Rhode Island
    (55) Patrick O’Connell, OLB, Montana
    (22) Benny Sapp III, S, Northern Iowa
    (52) Erik Sorensen, C, Northern Iowa
    (96) Spencer Waege, DE, North Dakota State
    (84) Caleb Warren, FB, Rhode Island
    Team Aina (Mike Smith)
    (77) Brevin Allen, DE, Campbell
    (53) Liam Anderson, OLB, Holy Cross
    (17) Tim DeMorat, QB, Fordham
    (52) Ryan Greenhagen, ILB, Fordham
    (85) Julian Hill, TE, Campbell
    (13) Tyler Hudson, WR, Central Arkansas/Louisville
    (15) E.J. Jenkins, TE, Saint Francis/South Carolina/Georgia Tech
    (1) Darius Joiner, S, Western Illinois/Duke
    (92) Devonnsha Maxwell, DL, Chattanooga
    (8) Jaleel McLaughlin, RB, Youngstown State
    (70) TK McLendon, DL, Eastern Kentucky
    (82) Ryan Miller, TE, Furman
    (31) Lachlan Pitts, TE, William & Mary
    (56) Colby Reeder, OLB, Delaware/Iowa State

    8th Tropical Bowl

    Jan. 21 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida
    4 p.m. ET

    Francis Bemiy Jr., DE, Southern Utah
    Jordan Boatman, OT, Houston/Sam Houston
    Drew Bones, OL, Illinois State
    Que’shaun Byrd, RB, Bethune-Cookman
    Dylan Classi, WR, Princeton
    Connor Degenhardt, QB, Holy Cross/New Haven
    JD DiRenzo, OL, Sacred Heart/Rutgers
    Noah Gettman, P, Sacred Heart/Akron
    Adrian Hope, OLB, Furman/Coastal Carolina
    Kameron Jones, ILB, Chattanooga
    Ronald Kent Jr., CB, Western Carolina/Central Michigan
    Johnny King, WR, Southeast Missouri
    Jalen Mackie, LB, Dartmouth/UMass
    Chukwuemeka Manning Jr., DL, Austin Peay
    KeShaun Moore, Edge, Hampton
    Jordan Murray, TE, Missouri State/Hawaii
    Caylin Newton, WR, Howard/Auburn/William & Mary
    Hunter Nichols, FS, San Diego
    Fred Payton, QB, Mercer
    Kobe Perry, DB, Austin Peay/UCF
    Corey Reed Jr., WR, Bethune-Cookman
    Tyler Roberts, H-back/TE, Merrimack
    Tre’Mond Shorts, OL, ETSU/LSU
    Todd Sibley Jr., RB, Pittsburgh/UAlbany
    D.J. Stuckey, C/OG, Cal Poly/UNLV
    Diamonte Tucker-Dorsey, LB, James Madison/Texas
    Isaac Ukwu, DL, James Madison
    Wade Willet, OL, Cal Poly/Sam Houston
    Joshua Zacher, OL, Duquesne
    Antonio Zita, PK, Tennessee State/Charlotte

    11th NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

    Jan. 28 at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
    6 p.m. ET, NFL Network

    Kemari Averett, TE, Bethune-Cookman
    Isaiah Bolden, CB, Jackson State
    Xavier Gipson, WR, Stephen F. Austin
    Dalton Godfrey, LS, South Dakota
    Thomas Greaney, TE, UAlbany
    Taylor Grimes, WR, UIW
    Keenan Isaac, CB, Alabama State
    Nash Jensen, OG, North Dakota State
    Titus Leo, OLB/DE, Wagner
    T.J. Luther, WR, Gardner-Webb
    Devonnsha Maxwell, DL, Chattanooga
    Ryan Miller, TE, Furman
    Lindsey Scott Jr., QB, UIW
    Rob Soderholm, LS, VMI
    George Tarlas, Edge, Weber State/Boise State
    Zeke Vandenburgh, OLB, Illinois State
    Owen Wright, RB, Monmouth

    2nd HBCU Legacy Bowl

    Feb. 25 at Yulman Stadium in New Orleans
    4 p.m. ET, NFL Network

    Chris Anthony, OL, Morgan State
    Kemari Averett, TE, Bethune-Cookman
    BJ Bohler, DB, Florida A&M
    CJ Bolar, WR, Alcorn State
    Que’shaun Byrd, RB, Bethune-Cookman
    Drake Centers, OL, Texas Southern
    Claudin Cherelus, LB, Alcorn State
    Jason Dumas, DE, Southern
    Rey Estes, DB, Grambling State
    Mark Evans II, OG/C, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
    Jalen Fowler, QB, North Carolina A&T
    Alfonzo Graham, RB, Morgan State
    Tony Gray, OL, Jackson State
    Corione Harris, DB, Southern
    Robert Lacey, OL, Tennessee State
    Zach Leslie, WR, North Carolina A&T
    Jordan Lewis, OLB, Southern
    Glendon McDaniel, QB, Southern
    Jermaine McDaniel Jr., DE, North Carolina A&T
    Robert Mitchell, OL, North Carolina Central
    Antoine Murray, WR, Howard
    Skyler Perry, QB, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
    Xavier Smith, WR, Florida A&M
    Ronnie Thomas, DL, Mississippi Valley State
    Kevin Victorian, DE, Prairie View A&M
    De’Jahn Warren, CB, Jackson State
    Isaiah Williams, DL, Delaware State
    Dacquari Wilson, OL, North Carolina A&T
    Myles Wright, TE, Morgan State98th East-West Shrine Bowl

    Feb. 2 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
    8:30 p.m. ET, NFL Network

    Jadakis Bonds, WR, Hampton
    Dallas Daniels, WR, Western Illinois/Jackson State
    Shaq Davis, WR, South Carolina State
    Mark Evans II, OG/C, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
    Truman Jones, DE, Harvard
    Colby Sorsdal, OT, William & Mary
    B.J. Thompson, DE, Stephen F. Austin
    Kobie Turner, DT, Richmond/Wake Forest
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    Re: FCS Batch 2023 Commitments in Senior All-Star Games

    College Gridiron Showcase had concluded; here were the highlights:

    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/...ula-bowl-game/
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