It was quite the weekend for the 2020 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl class. Fifteen players were selected during the virtual NFL Draft and 70 players (and counting) signed as undrafted free agents with teams around the league. Update: Quarterback Nathan Rourke was drafted in the second round (15th overall) of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Draft.

Just a few weeks removed from one of the most competitive NFLPA Collegiate Bowls in its nine-year history, 30 of the game’s participants earned invites to the NFL Combine. The number stands as the second-highest total in the game’s short history. In 2017, a record 34 players were invited to the Combine. The 2020 NFL

Two NFLPA Collegiate Bowl participants continued the game’s strong tradition of successful alumni this season in the NFL. Shaquill Griffin, who played in the 2017 Collegiate Bowl, and Deonte Harris, who competed in the 2019 Collegiate Bowl, both earned spots on the NFC Pro Bowl team this January. What’s more, Harris earned first-team All-Pro honors

For the eighth time in the game’s nine-year history, the National Team topped the American Team, 30-20, in the 2020 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on January 18 at Rose Bowl Stadium. National Team quarterback Nick Tiano (Chattanooga) earned MVP honors after completing eight of his ten passes for 135 yards and a touchdown. 2020 CB NFLPA_FinalBook.

Part of four straight conference titles and a 4-0 bowl record during his four-year career, including 27 straight starts at inside linebacker, Jordan Fehr finished his career at Appalachian State with 211 tackles (17.5 tackles for loss), eight sacks, seven passes defended, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. A first-team All-Sun Belt as a junior

Growing up on a horse farm in Suffolk, Virginia, Cole Christiansen hardly envisioned playing professional football. But after racking up 275 career tackles at West Point, he is squarely on the NFL radar. Get to know the two-time Army captain who registered six games of double-digit tackles in 2019.   Tell us about yourself. Where