NFLPA Collegiate Bowl History
Founded in 2012, the annual game gives prospective NFL players the best opportunity to showcase their talents to potential employers and fans. In 2015, scouts from every NFL club and other professional leagues attended the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl’s practices and game.
Since its inception, many players have went on to begin careers in professional football. Notable Collegiate Bowl alumni include WR Chris Conley, Kansas City Chiefs; WR Geremy Davis, New York Giants and OLB Zack Wagenmann, Arizona Cardinals. Our alumni players hail from the ACC, SEC, Big Ten Conference, Big East, Pac 12 and more. We are the only game “For the players, by the players.” Join us in beautiful California on January 23, 2016.
Get Exposure. Get Noticed.
Nearly 200 NFL Scouts, Player Personnel Staff, GMs and Head Coaches not only watched the live practices and game but also conducted player interviews and reviewed tape. Participants in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl have the unique opportunity to network with and learn from current and former NFL players. These veterans give players first-hand insight on what it takes to win on and off of the field.
The NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is the premier post-season all-star game for draft-eligible college players. The week-long schedule provides participants with a first-class professional experience while introducing them to the business of the National Football League. Hosted at the Stubhub Center on the campus of California State University, the NFL Players Association will again host the top college talents for a battle of the fittest in front of thousands of fans, family and NFL scouts and personnel.