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2014 Senior Bowl rosters

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Fresno State QB Derek Carr is one of the quarterbacks who will appear in the 2014 Senior Bowl.

The Reese's Senior Bowl released its rosters Wednesday, but there will be a few additions, including one more quarterback.

The North team has three signal-callers, all from the ACC: Clemson's Tajh Boyd, Miami's Stephen Morris and Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas. But the South team has just two, both from the Mountain West: Fresno State's Derek Carr and San Jose State's David Fales. Speculation for the third quarterback for the South has centered on Eastern Illinois' Jimmy Garoppolo, the FCS player of the year, who is preparing for the East-West Shrine Game.

Among the big names who will participate in the Senior Bowl are Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Minnesota defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman, Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde and Notre Dame offensive tackle Zack Martin. Among those who will not participate are UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr, Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack, Alabama QB AJ McCarron and Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews.

The Senior Bowl is one of football's premier pre-draft events, annually featuring the country's best senior collegiate football stars and top NFL draft prospects. NFL Network coverage includes practices and continues with the game, which will be held Jan. 25.

Here are the rosters. Of note: Position is what is listed on the game-week roster, not necessarily the player's college position.

SOUTH TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks
Derek Carr, 6-3, 218, Fresno State
David Fales, 6-2, 220, San Jose State

Running backs
Antonio Andrews, 6-0, 211, Western Kentucky
Jerick McKinnon, 5-9, 215, Georgia Southern
Lorenzo Taliaferro, 6-2, 230, Coastal Carolina
Jay Prosch (FB), 6-1, 250, Auburn

Receivers
Mike Davis, 6-2, 195, Texas
Ryan Grant, 6-1, 191, Tulane
Cody Hoffman, 6-4, 215, BYU
Jordan Matthews, 6-3, 206, Vanderbilt
Solomon Patton, 5-9, 171, Florida
Kevin Norwood, 6-2, 195, Alabama
Jalen Saunders, 5-9, 157, Oklahoma
Marcel Jensen, (TE) 6-6, 260, Fresno State
Arthur Lynch, (TE) 6-5, 254, Georgia

Linemen
Bryan Stork (C), 6-4, 305, Florida State
Travis Swanson (C), 6-5, 318, Arkansas
Joel Bitonio (G), 6-4, 315, Nevada
Jon Halapio (G), 6-3, 315, Florida
Gabe Jackson (G), 6-4, 335, Mississippi State
Wesley Johnson (G), 6-5, 295, Vanderbilt
Ja'Wuan James (T), 6-6, 318, Tennessee
Morgan Moses (T), 6-6, 335, Virginia
Billy Turner (T), 6-6, 314, North Dakota State

DEFENSE

Linemen
Deandre Coleman (T), 6-5, 315, California
Daniel McCullers (T), 6-8, 351, Tennessee
Caraun Reid (T), 6-1, 305, Princeton
Will Sutton (T), 6-1, 305, Arizona State
Dee Ford (E), 6-2, 240, Auburn
Chris Smith (E), 6-3, 268, Arkansas
Ed Stinson (E), 6-4, 292, Alabama
Brent Urban (E), 6-7, 295, Virginia

Linebackers
Lamin Barrow (ILB), 6-2, 232, LSU
Christian Jones (ILB), 6-4, 235, Florida State
C.J. Mosley (ILB), 6-2, 232, Alabama
Jeremiah Attaochu (OLB), 6-3, 242, Georgia Tech
Adrian Hubbard (OLB), 6-6, 252, Alabama
Telvin Smith (OLB), 6-3, 218, Florida State
Jordan Tripp (OLB), 6-3, 237, Montana
Kyle Van Noy (OLB), 6-3, 245, BYU

Secondary
Walt Aikens (CB), 6-1, 200, Liberty
Aaron Colvin (CB), 5-11, 182, Oklahoma
Chris Davis (CB), 5-11, 200, Auburn
Keith McGill (CB), 6-3, 205, Utah
Jaylen Watkins (CB), 6-0, 181, Florida
Lavelle Westbrooks (CB), 6-0, 192, Georgia Southern
Terrence Brooks (S), 5-11, 200, Florida State
Kenny Ladler (S), 6-1, 205, Vanderbilt
Craig Loston (S), 6-2, 209, LSU

SPECIAL TEAMS

Marcus Heit (LS), 6-3, 244, Kansas State
Cody Mandell (P), 6-4, 213, Alabama
Cody Parkey (K), 6-0, 190, Auburn

NORTH TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks
Tajh Boyd, 6-1, 225, Clemson
Stephen Morris, 6-2, 218, Miami
Logan Thomas, 6-6, 254, Virginia Tech

Running backs
Carlos Hyde, 6-0, 242, Ohio State
Charles Sims, 6-0, 213, West Virginia
James White, 5-10, 195, Wisconsin
Ryan Hewitt, (FB) 6-4, 245, Stanford

Receivers
Jared Abbrederis, 6-2, 190, Wisconsin
Michael Campanaro, 5-11, 190, Wake Forest
Kain Colter, 6-0, 190, Northwestern
Shaquelle Evans, 6-1, 204, UCLA
Robert Herron, 5-10, 187, Wyoming
Josh Huff, 5-11, 205, Oregon
Jeff Janis, 6-3, 205, Saginaw Valley St.
C.J. Fiedorowicz, (TE) 6-7, 265, Iowa
Jacob Pedersen, (TE) 6-5, 240, Wisconsin

Linemen
Tyler Larsen (C), 6-4, 312, Utah State
Weston Richburg (C), 6-4, 300, Colorado State
Kadeem Edwards (G), 6-3, 315, Tennessee St.
Brandon Linder (G), 6-6, 319, Miami
Cyril Richardson (G), 6-5, 335, Baylor
Michael Schofield (G), 6-7, 304, Michigan
Seantrel Henderson (T), 6-8, 345, Miami
Zack Martin (T), 6-4, 308, Notre Dame
Jack Mewhort (T), 6-7, 308, Ohio State
Brandon Thomas (T), 6-3, 305, Clemson

DEFENSE

Linemen
Aaron Donald (T), 6-0, 285, Pittsburgh
Ra'Shede Hageman (T), 6-6, 311, Minnesota
DaQuan Jones (T), 6-3, 318, Penn State
Shamar Stephen (T), 6-5, 313, Connecticut
James Gayle (E), 6-4, 255, Virginia Tech
Taylor Hart (E), 6-6, 292, Oregon
Kareem Martin (E), 6-6, 265, North Carolina
Trent Murphy (E), 6-6, 261, Stanford

Linebackers
Chris Borland (ILB), 5-11, 246, Wisconsin
Jordan Zumwalt (ILB), 6-4, 235, UCLA
Jonathan Brown (OLB), 6-1, 235, Illinois
Christian Kirksey (OLB), 6-2, 235, Iowa
Michael Sam (OLB), 6-2, 255, Missouri
Marcus Smith (OLB), 6-3, 252, Louisville

Secondary
Darqueze Dennard (CB), 5-11, 197, Michigan State
Stanley Jean-Baptiste (CB), 6-3, 220, Nebraska
Marqueston Huff (CB), 6-0, 195, Wyoming
Deone Bucannon (S), 6-1, 198, Washington State
Ahmad Dixon (S), 6-0, 205, Baylor
Dontae Johnson (S), 6-2, 195, North Carolina State
Dez Southward (S), 6-2, 210, Wisconsin
Jimmie Ward (S), 5-11, 192, Northern Illinois

SPECIAL TEAMS

Chris Boswell (K), 6-2, 200, Rice
Tyler Ott (LS), 6-3, 245, Harvard
Kirby Van Der Kamp (P), 6-4, 211, Iowa State

Mike Huguenin can be reached at mike.huguenin@nfl.com. You also can follow him on Twitter @MikeHuguenin.

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