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2019 Senior Bowl

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 Reese's Senior Bowl
70th Senior Bowl
1234 Total
North 031714 34
South 93012 24
DateJanuary 26, 2019
Season2018
StadiumLadd–Peebles Stadium
LocationMobile, Alabama
MVPDaniel Jones (QB, Duke)[1]
FavoriteNorth by 2[2]
RefereeDuane Heydt (ACC)[3]
Halftime showMillion Dollar Band[4]
Attendance31,437[5]
United States TV coverage
NetworkNFL Network
AnnouncersAndrew Siciliano (play-by-play), Charles Davis (color), Daniel Jeremiah (color),[6] Bucky Brooks (sideline), Tom Pelissero (sideline)
 Senior Bowl 
 <  2018   2020

The 2019 Senior Bowl was an all-star college football exhibition game played on January 26, 2019, at 1:30 p.m. CST, at Ladd–Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. The game featured prospects for the 2019 draft of the professional National Football League (NFL), predominantly from the 2018 NCAA Division I FBS football season, rostered into "North" and "South" teams. The game was the last of the 2018–19 bowl games and the final game of the 2018 FBS football season. It was sponsored by Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and officially known as the Reese's Senior Bowl, with television coverage provided by NFL Network.[7]

Coaching staffs were announced on December 31, 2018; Jon Gruden and the Oakland Raiders staff for the North team, and Kyle Shanahan and the San Francisco 49ers staff for the South team.[8]

Players

In August 2018, bowl organizers had an initial "watch list" of 374 players, with a total of 110 players to be invited to the game.[9] By mid-December, 95 players had accepted invitations to play in the game,[10] with eight quarterbacks announced.[11]

Players who accepted invitations to the game are listed on the official website.[12] While team assignments follow general geographical guidelines (e.g. Penn State players on the North roster), there are multiple variances due to competitive and roster-balancing considerations (e.g. Buffalo players on the South roster).

North team

Full roster online here.

No. Player Position HT/WT College Notes
23 Nasir Adderley S 6'0/200 Delaware Interception w/ 16-yard return; 5 tackles
44 Zach Allen DE 6'5/285 Boston College
1 Corey Ballentine CB 6'0/204 Washburn (DII) 5 tackles
52 Ben Banogu OLB 6'4/249 TCU
66 Beau Benzschawel OG 6'6/315 Wisconsin
13 Marquise Blair S 6'2/195 Utah
2 Kris Boyd CB 6'0/195 Texas
65 Garrett Bradbury C 6'3/300 North Carolina State
11 Jordan Brown CB 6'1/195 South Dakota State 4 tackles
91 L.J. Collier DE 6'4/276 TCU 3 tackles, 2 sacks
5 John Cominsky DE 6'5/275 Charleston (DII)
9 Te'Von Coney ILB 6'1/240 Notre Dame Fumble recovery; 4 tackles
92 Byron Cowart DE 6'4/293 Maryland
64 Nate Davis OG 6'3/311 Charlotte
63 Michael Deiter OG 6'6/310 Wisconsin
8 Keelan Doss WR 6'3/206 UC Davis 4 rec, 55 yds
70 Chuma Edoga OT 6'4/295 USC Named practice player of the week[13]
15 Ryan Finley QB 6'4/212 North Carolina State 3rd/4th quarter QB (7-for-11, 83 yds)
98 Greg Gaines DT 6'2/316 Washington 3 tackles
97 Dan Godsil LS 6'4/233 Indiana
36 Dre Greenlaw OLB 6'0/229 Arkansas 3 tackles
8 Will Harris S 6'2/210 Boston College 2 tackles
18 Penny Hart WR 5'8/180 Georgia State 1 rec, 7 yds
22 Karan Higdon RB 5'10/202 Michigan 5 car, 18 yds
45 Alec Ingold FB 6'2/242 Wisconsin 1 car, 7 yds; 1 rec, 11 yds
5 Andy Isabella WR 5'10/195 UMass 7 rec, 74 yds, 1 TD; 1 car, 14 yds
97 Jalen Jelks DE 6'6/245 Oregon
17 Daniel Jones QB 6'5/220 Duke 3rd quarter QB (8-for-11, 115 yds, 1 TD), TD rushing
75 Chris Lindstrom OG 6'4/310 Boston College
3 Drew Lock QB 6'4/225 Missouri 1st quarter QB (9-for-14, 57 yds)
24 Iman Marshall CB 6'1/205 USC
78 Erik McCoy C 6'4/315 Texas A&M
58 Kaleb McGary OT 6'8/324 Washington
10 Terry McLaurin WR 6'1/205 Ohio State 4 rec, 53 yds; 1 car, 19 yds
9 Trace McSorley QB 6'0/203 Penn State 2nd quarter QB (7-for-13, 59 yds)
11 Jakobi Meyers WR 6'2/203 North Carolina State 1 rec, 15 yds
93 Anthony Nelson DE 6'7/271 Iowa Forced fumble
90 Charles Omenihu DE 6'6/275 Texas Forced fumble; 3 tackles, 1 sack
21 Amani Oruwariye CB 6'1/201 Penn State
49 Donald Parham TE 6'8/240 Stetson
1 Tony Pollard RB 6'0/208 Memphis 8 car, 60 yds, 1 TD; 2 rec, 13 yds
3 Germaine Pratt ILB 6'3/240 North Carolina State
71 Dalton Risner OT 6'5/308 Kansas State
88 Drew Sample TE 6'5/251 Washington 4 rec, 39 yds
99 Khalen Saunders DT 6'2/310 Western Illinois 3 tackles, 1 sack
4 Darnell Savage Jr. S 5'11/200 Maryland
73 Max Scharping OT 6'6/320 Northern Illinois
43 Austin Seibert K 5'9/214 Oklahoma 2-for-3 FG, 4 PAT
35 Cameron Smith ILB 6'2/250 USC 3 tackles
15 Sutton Smith OLB 6'1/237 Northern Illinois
12 Jaylen Smith WR 6'4/220 Louisville 1 rec, 12 yds
89 Tommy Sweeney TE 6'5/260 Boston College
42 Drue Tranquill OLB 6'2/233 Notre Dame 2 tackles
81 Alex Wesley WR 6'0/184 Northern Colorado
2 Dexter Williams RB 5'11/215 Notre Dame 11 car, 39 yds, 1 TD; 1 rec, 4 yds
27 Khari Willis S 6'0/215 Michigan State
87 Caleb Wilson TE 6'4/235 UCLA 4 rec, 24 yds
33 Mitch Wishnowsky P 6'2/220 Utah 2 punts, 59.5 avg, 62 long
95 Renell Wren DT 6'6/297 Arizona State

South team

Full roster online here.

No. Player Position HT/WT College Notes
38 Johnathan Abram S 6'0/215 Mississippi State
25 Ryquell Armstead RB 5'11/215 Temple 7 car, 24 yds, 1 TD; 2 rec, 12 yds
79 B.J. Autry OG 6'5/340 Jacksonville State
14 Jake Bailey P 6'2/202 Stanford 3 punts, 53.0 avg, 61 long
11 Tyre Brady WR 6'3/206 Marshall
90 Demarcus Christmas DT 6'4/305 Florida State
49 Isaiah Buggs DT 6'2/286 Alabama 3 tackles
78 Dennis Daley OT 6'6/324 South Carolina
57 Deshaun Davis ILB 5'11/246 Auburn
60 Andre Dillard OT 6'5/306 Washington State
32 Mike Edwards S 6'0/200 Kentucky
45 Jaylon Ferguson DE 6'5/262 Louisiana Tech
26 Mark Fields CB 5'11/180 Clemson
15 Travis Fulgham WR 6'3/215 Old Dominion
91 Carl Granderson DE 6'5/261 Wyoming
40 Gerri Green OLB 6'4/255 Mississippi State
7 Will Grier QB 6'2/223 West Virginia 1st quarter QB (4-for-8, 61 yds)
27 Darrin Hall RB 5'11/235 Pittsburgh
2 Terrill Hanks OLB 6'2/230 New Mexico State
31 Wes Hillsdagger RB 6'2/218 Slippery Rock (DII) 2 car, 22 yds
58 Tytus Howard OT 6'6/311 Alabama State
3 Tyree Jackson QB 6'7/245 Buffalo 4th quarter QB (13-for-21, 165 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT)
74 Elgton Jenkins OC 6'4/310 Mississippi State
12 Gary Jennings Jr. WR 6'1/210 West Virginia 2 rec, 64 yds, 1 TD
83 Anthony Johnson WR 6'2/210 Buffalo 1 rec, 14 yds
14 Isaiah Johnson CB 6'4/203 Houston
4 Jaquan Johnson S 5'11/195 Miami
1 Lonnie Johnson Jr. CB 6'3/206 Kentucky
8 Kingsley Keke DT 6'4/305 Texas A&M
13 Jonathan Ledbetter DE 6'4/280 Georgia
11 David Long Jr. ILB 5'11/221 West Virginia
34 Daylon Mack DT 6'1/320 Texas A&M
16 Gardner Minshew QB 6'2/220 Washington State 2nd quarter QB (1-for-8, 4 yds)
43 Nick Moore LS 6'3/250 Georgia
18 Foster Moreau TE 6'6/256 LSU
17 Jimmy Moreland CB 5'11/175 James Madison
20 Bobby Okereke ILB 6'3/234 Stanford
89 Josh Oliver TE 6'5/250 San José State
70 Javon Patterson OG 6'3/314 Ole Miss
71 Ross Pierschbacher OC 6'4/309 Alabama
72 Ben Powers OG 6'4/313 Oklahoma
87 Dax Raymond TE 6'5/250 Utah State
22 Sheldrick Redwine CB 6'1/195 Miami
13 Hunter Renfrow WR 5'10/180 Clemson 5 rec, 63 yds
95 Dontavius Russell DT 6'3/320 Auburn
75 Dru Samia OG 6'5/303 Oklahoma
1 Deebo Samuel WR 6'0/210 South Carolina 1 rec, 15 yds
21 David Sills WR 6'4/210 West Virginia 2 rec, 28 yds, 1 TD
8 Jarrett Stidham QB 6'3/215 Auburn 3rd quarter QB (4-for-5, 30 yds)
9 Montez Sweat DE 6'6/245 Mississippi State
16 Sione Takitaki OLB 6'2/230 BYU
21 Juan Thornhill S 6'0/210 Virginia
36 Cole Tracy K 5'10/183 LSU 2 FG, 0-for-1 PAT
73 Oli Udoh OT 6'5/356 Elon
88 Trevon Wesco FB 6'4/274 West Virginia
25 Darius West S 6'0/210 Kentucky
7 Oshane Ximines DE 6'4/255 Old Dominion
6 Rock Ya-Sin CB 6'2/190 Temple

daggerHills was MVP of 2019 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Game summary

Scoring summary

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP North South
1 10:18 9 76 4:42 South Ryquell Armstead 1-yard touchdown run, Cole Tracy kick no good (wide right) 0 6
1 3:41 9 65 4:17 South 33-yard field goal by Tracy 0 9
2 7:47 16 77 7:17 North 20-yard field goal by Austin Seibert 3 9
2 0:27 4 0 0:13 South 43-yard field goal by Tracy 3 12
3 10:20 10 84 4:40 North Daniel Jones 1-yard touchdown run, Seibert kick good 10 12
3 8:10 2 44 0:45 North Andy Isabella 19-yard touchdown reception from Jones, Seibert kick good 17 12
3 0:29 13 70 5:32 North 29-yard field goal by Seibert 20 12
4 12:06 8 78 3:23 South Gary Jennings Jr. 10-yard touchdown reception from Tyree Jackson, 2-point run failed 20 18
4 8:05 8 75 4:01 North Dexter Williams 3-yard touchdown run, Seibert kick good 27 18
4 3:17 4 35 2:26 North Tony Pollard 21-yard touchdown run, Seibert kick good 34 18
4 0:14 13 75 3:03 South David Sills 15-yard touchdown reception from Jackson, 2-point pass failed 34 24
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 34 24

Note: special playing rules detailed here.
Source: [14]

Statistics

1 2 3 4 Total
North 0 3 17 14 34
South 9 3 0 12 24
Running back Karan Higdon of the North team
Running back Karan Higdon of the North team
Statistics North South
First downs 30 21
Plays–yards 82–491 57–284
Rushes–yards 32–179 15–53
Passing yards 312 231
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 31–50–0 24–42–1
Time of possession 36:14 23:46

Source: [15]

Team Category Player Statistics
North Passing Daniel Jones (Duke) 8–11, 115 yds, 1 TD
Rushing Tony Pollard (Memphis) 8 car, 60 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Andy Isabella (UMass) 7 rec, 74 yds, 1 TD
South Passing Tyree Jackson (Buffalo) 13–21, 165 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Ryquell Armstead (Temple) 7 car, 24 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Gary Jennings Jr. (West Virginia) 2 rec, 64 yds, 1 TD

Source: [16]

See also

References

  1. ^ Newport, Kyle (January 26, 2019). "North Beats South in Senior Bowl 2019 as QB Daniel Jones Wins MVP". Bleacher Report. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  2. ^ "NCAA FOOTBALL ODDS". donbest.com. January 26, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  3. ^ "With the players, officials are vying for the NFL in college invitational games". footballzebras.com. January 19, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  4. ^ "Alabama's Million Dollar Band to perform". seniorbowl.com (Press release). December 17, 2018. Retrieved December 18, 2018.
  5. ^ @CregStephenson (January 26, 2019). "Attendance at Reese's Senior Bowl was 31,437" (Tweet). Retrieved January 26, 2019 – via Twitter.
  6. ^ "Andrew Siciliano, Charles Davis and Daniel Jeremiah discuss the Reese's Senior Bowl". NFL.com. January 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  7. ^ "The Reese's Senior Bowl". seniorbowl.com. Retrieved September 8, 2018.
  8. ^ "Raiders, 49ers tabbed to coach 2019 game". seniorbowl.com (Press release). December 31, 2018.
  9. ^ "374 land on initial 2018-19 'Watch List'". seniorbowl.com. August 23, 2018. Retrieved September 8, 2018.
  10. ^ "Latest additions push roster total to 95". seniorbowl.com. December 13, 2018. Retrieved December 16, 2018.
  11. ^ "Duke's Jones eighth and final QB on roster". seniorbowl.com. January 5, 2019. Retrieved January 11, 2019.
  12. ^ "2019 Rosters". seniorbowl.com. Retrieved January 19, 2018.
  13. ^ "Nagy recaps week and gives out practice awards". seniorbowl.com (Press release). January 24, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  14. ^ "North vs. South - Play-By-Play". ESPN. January 26, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  15. ^ "North vs. South - Box Score". ESPN. January 26, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  16. ^ "North vs. South - Team Statistics". ESPN. January 26, 2019. Retrieved January 26, 2019.

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External links

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