The 2022 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl takes place at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California on Saturday, January 29 (1/29/2022), and it’s a huge opportunity for the nation’s top NFL draft-eligible prospects to impress coaches and scouts.
This will be the 10th anniversary of the Collegiate Bowl game, which marks the culmination of a week of practices and meetings with NFL coaches, players and others to prepare draft-eligible seniors for the world of the NFL.
The game is played between the National and American teams, with Arizona State’s Marvin Lewis coaching the National team, and former Rams coach Jeff Fisher heading up the American team.
Here’s how to tune in.
What: 2022 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
Who: National team vs. American team
When: Saturday, Jan. 29
Where: Rose Bowl
Time: 6:00 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
Here is the full lineup of players at the 2022 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
- QB Chris Oladokun, South Dakota State
- QB Zerrick Cooper, Jacksonville State
- QB Chase Garbers, California
- QB Cole Kelley, Southeastern Louisiana
- QB Aqeel Glass, Alabama A&M
- QB Brandon Peters, Illinois
- QB Davis Cheek, Elon
- RB Greg Bell, San Diego State
- RB Mataeo Durant, Duke
- RB Max Borghi, Washington State
- RB Stephen Carr, Indiana
- RB Shermari Jones, Coastal Carolina
- RB Julius Chestnut, Sacred Heart
- RB Vavae Malepeai, USC
- RB Bryant Koback, Toledo
- RB B.J. Baylor, Oregon State
- WR Michael Woods, Oklahoma
- WR Corey Sutton, Appalachian State
- WR Isaiah Weston, Northern Iowa
- WR Brandon Johnson, Central Florida
- WR Braylon Sanders, Mississippi
- WR Mychal Cooper, Navy
- WR Taysir Mack, Pittsburgh
- WR Dai’Jean Dixon, Nicholls State
- WR Montrell Washington, Samford
- WR Jequez Ezzard, Sam Houston State
- WR Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan
- WR Michael Young Jr, Cincinnati
- WR Lance McCutcheon, Montana State
- TE Austin Allen, Nebraska
- TE Blake Kern, Arkansas
- TE Trae Barry, Boston College
- TE Peyton Hendershot, Indiana
- TE Curtis Hodges, Arizona State
- TE Zaire Mitchell-Paden, FAU
- TE Jake Tonges, California
- TE Josh Babicz, North Dakota State
- OT Jarrid Williams, Miami
- OT Lewis Kidd, Montana State
- OT Jalen McKenzie, USC
- OT Aron Johnson, South Dakota State
- OT AJ Arcuri, Michigan State
- OT Ja’Chai Baker, South Alabama
- OT Jordan Tucker, North Carolina
- OT Andrew Rupcich, Culver-Stockton
- OT Caleb Jones, Indiana
- OT Sam Williams, Mississippi
- OT Jahmir Johnson, Texas A&M
- OG Chasen Hines, LSU
- OG Mike Caliendo, Western Michigan
- OG Eric Wilson, Penn State
- OG Greg Long, Purdue
- OG Josh Rivas, Kansas State
- OG Josh Sills, Oklahoma State
- OG Marcus McKethan, North Carolina
- OC Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke
- OC Orlando Umana, Mississippi
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