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Prospects who have accepted invites to 2017 Senior Bowl

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Here are the NFL draft prospects who have accepted an invitation to the 2017 Reese's Senior Bowl, which will be held at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala., on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 2:30 p.m. ET. This is the 10th consecutive year that NFL Network (complete broadcast schedule) will provide exclusive coverage of the event.

Players in bold added to roster on Jan. 16.

Quarterbacks
C.J. Beathard, Iowa
Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee
Chad Kelly, Ole Miss (unable to participate due to injury)
Sefo Liufau, Colorado
Nathan Peterman, Pittsburgh
Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin
Seth Russell, Baylor (status for Senior Bowl uncertain due to injury)
Davis Webb, Cal

Running backs
Corey Clement, Wisconsin
Matt Dayes, North Carolina State
Kareem Hunt, Toledo
Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State
Sam Rogers (FB), Virginia Tech
Freddie Stevenson (FB), Florida State
Jamaal Williams, BYU

Wide receivers
Amara Darboh, Michigan
Travin Dural, LSU
Evan Engram (TE), Ole Miss
Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse
Gerald Everett (TE), South Alabama
Cole Hikutini (TE), Louisville
O.J. Howard (TE), Alabama
Zay Jones, East Carolina
Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M
Fred Ross, Mississippi State
Artavis Scott, Clemson
Jeremy Sprinkle (TE), Arkansas
Jamari Staples, Louisville
Ryan Switzer, North Carolina
Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky
Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech
Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma

Offensive linemen
Isaac Asiata (OG), Utah
Zach Banner (OT), USC
Adam Bisnowaty (OT), Pittsburgh
Julie'n Davenport (OT), Bucknell
Dion Dawkins (OT), Temple
Jessamen Dunker (OG), Tennessee State
Dan Feeney (OG), Indiana
Kyle Fuller (C), Baylor
Antonio Garcia (OT), Troy
Danny Isidora (OG), Miami
Dorian Johnson (OG), Pittsburgh
Forrest Lamp (OT), Western Kentucky
Conor McDermott (OT), UCLA
Jordan Morgan (OG), Kutztown
Taylor Moton (OG), Western Michigan
Tyler Orlosky (C), West Virginia
Ethan Pocic (C), LSU
Justin Senior (OT), Mississippi State
Nico Siragusa (OG), San Diego State
Jon Toth (C), Kentucky

Defensive linemen
Montravius Adams (DT), Auburn
Tarell Basham (DE), Ohio
Keionta Davis (DE), Chattanooga
Ryan Glasgow (DT), Michigan
Daeshon Hall (DE), Texas A&M
Jaleel Johnson (DT), Iowa
Tanoh Kpassagnon (DE), Villanova
Takkarist McKinley (DE), UCLA
Larry Ogunjobi (DT), Charlotte
Carroll Phillips (DE/LB), Illinois
Haason Reddick (DE), Temple
Derek Rivers (DE), Youngstown State
Isaac Rochell (DE), Notre Dame
Tanzel Smart (DT), Tulane
Dawuane Smoot (DE/LB), Illinois
Dalvin Tomlinson (DT), Alabama
Stevie Tu'ikolovatu (DT), USC
Eddie Vanderdoes (DT), UCLA
Carlos Watkins (DT), Clemson
Jordan Willis (DE), Kansas State
Chris Wormley (DT), Michigan

Linebackers
Ryan Anderson (OLB), Alabama
Alex Anzalone (OLB), Florida
Vince Biegel (OLB), Wisconsin
Tyus Bowser (OLB), Houston
Ben Boulware (ILB), Clemson
Ben Gedeon (ILB), Michigan
Connor Harris (ILB), Lindenwood
Jarrad Davis (ILB), Florida
Harvey Langi (OLB), BYU
Duke Riley (OLB), LSU

Defensive backs
Chidobe Awuzie (CB), Colorado
Rasul Douglas (CB), West Virginia
Corn Elder (CB), Miami
Justin Evans (S), Texas A&M
Johnathan "Rudy" Ford (S), Auburn
Nate Garry (S), Nebraska
Josh Harvey-Clemons (S), Louisville
Rayshawn Jenkins (S), Miami
John Johnson (S), Boston College
Jourdan Lewis (CB), Michigan
Damontae Kazee (CB), San Diego State
Desmond King (CB), Iowa
Brendan Langley (CB), Lamar
Marcus Maye (S), Florida
Obi Melifonwu (S), UConn
Ezra Robinson (CB), Tennessee State
Jordan Sterns (S), Oklahoma State
Cam Sutton (CB), Tennessee
Marquez White (CB), Florida State
Tre'Davious White (CB), LSU

Specialists
Toby Baker (P), Arkansas
Jake Elliott (K), Memphis
Zane Gonzalez (K), Arizona State
Colin Holba (LS), Louisville
Cole Mazza (LS), Alabama
Justin Vogel (P), Miami

For more information on the Senior Bowl, visit SeniorBowl.com.

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