WASHINGTON, D.C. – The NFL Players Association will extend a special invite to a deserving football player at each United States service academy for the 2020 Collegiate Bowl Game. The unique opportunity to participate in the premier postseason all-star football game will include Division I FBS programs U.S. Military Academy (Army), U.S. Naval Academy and

AUG. 31 CAMPUS CONFIDENTIAL: North Carolina 24, South Carolina 20 From the moment UNC stepped onto the field for Mack Brown’s return as the Tar Heels coach, passionate safety Myles Dorn provided the pulse of the team, keeping teammates energized and focused at the task on hand. Dorn was a thorn in the Gamecocks side

 AUG. 30 CAMPUS CONFIDENTIAL: Wake Forest 38, Utah State 35 Wake Forest was paced by running back Cade Carney, who broke several nice runs with his patient running style, allowing his blocks to set him free for 105 rushing yards on 25 carries. Carney provided NFL brass with plenty of highlights, showcasing his ability to

AUG. 29 CAMPUS CONFIDENTIAL: CHARLOTTE 49, GARDNER WEBB 28 In Will Healy’s coaching debut, Charlotte running back Benny LeMay, who showed off his inside run prowess, gained the tough yards after contact and racked up 120 rushing yards on 16 carries. LeMay ended the first half with an exclamation point, as he outran the Runnin’

The 2020 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Big Board will be rolled out over the course of four weeks by position, featuring players to watch and a breakdown of what NFL scouts look for through the eyes of Collegiate Bowl Director of College Scouting, Dane Vandernat. Today, in our final Big Board post, we feature specialists: THREE TO

The 2020 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Big Board will be rolled out over the course of four weeks by position, featuring players to watch and a breakdown of what NFL scouts look for through the eyes of Collegiate Bowl Director of College Scouting, Dane Vandernat. Today, we feature safeties: THREE TO WATCH Brandon Jones, Texas: Blessed with

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