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Updated group of players accepting invitations to the 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl

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The 49ers will be plenty active scouting the college postseason all star games. Here is an early look at the Senior Bowl.

The 2016 college football regular season has come to a close, with conference championships and then the bowl season set for the next month. Once the bowl games end, we move on to the first major part of the 2017 NFL Draft process. It starts with the all star games.

Teams have been scouting college prospects all season long, but the all star game is when the bulk of NFL fans begin to focus in more on the draft process. We have plenty of people who follow the draft on a week-in, week-out basis during the season, but for fans of the 49ers and other teams, the end of the regular season will mark a significant pivot.

The all star game process includes the East-West Shrine Game and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on January 21, 2017, and the Senior Bowl on January 28, 2017. I think there are some other games, but those are the three most notable.

We’ll be tracking each of those three games, and for today, I thought I would start with the Senior Bowl. The game’s website is tracking accepted invites, but I thought I would split them up by position. The rosters are not complete yet, and I will update this list each week as new information arrives. This is updated as of Monday, December 5.


C.J. Beathard, Iowa
Josh Dobbs, Tennessee
Chad Kelly, Ole Miss (will not play due to knee injury)
Sefo Liufau, Colorado
Nathan Peterman, Pitt
Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin
Seth Russell, Baylor
Davis Webb, California


Matt Dayes, NC State
Kareem Hunt, Toledo
Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State
Jamaal Williams, BYU


Sam Rogers, Virginia Tech
Freddie Stevenson, Florida State


Amara Darboh, Michigan
Travin Dural, LSU
Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse
Isaiah Jones, East Carolina
Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M
Fred Ross, Mississippi State
Jamari Staples, Louisville
Ryan Switzer, North Carolina
Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky
Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech


Evan Engram, Ole Miss
Gerald Everett, South Alabama
Cole Hikutini, Louisville
Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas


Adam Bisnowaty, Pittsburgh
Julie’n Davenport, Bucknell
Dion Dawkins, Temple
Antonio Garcia, Troy
Conor McDermott, UCLA


Jessamen Dunker, Tennessee State
Dan Feeney, Indiana
Danny Isidora, Miami
Dorian Johnson, Pitt
Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
Jordan Morgan, Kutztown (D-II)
Taylor Moton, Western Michigan
Nico Siragusa, San Diego State


Isaac Asiata, Utah
Kyle Fuller, Baylor
Tyler Orlosky, West Virginia
Jon Toth, Kentucky


Montravius Adams, Auburn (DT)
Tarell Basham, Ohio (DE)
Keionta Davis, Chattanooga (DE)
Ryan Glasgow, Michigan
Daeshon Hall, Texas A&M (DE)
Jaleel Johnson, Iowa (DT)
Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanoa (DE)
Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte (DT)
Carroll Phillips, Illinois (DE)
Haason Reddick, Temple (DE)
Tanzel Smart, Tulane (DT)
Dawune Smoot, Illinois (DE)
Jordan Willis, Kansas State (DE)


Ryan Anderson, Alabama
Vince Biegel, Wisconsin
Jarrad Davis, Florida
Takkarist McKinley, UCLA
Haason Reddick, Temple


Duke Riley, LSU


Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado
Corn Elder, Miami
Damontae Kazee, San Diego State
Desmond King, Iowa
Brendan Langley, Lamar
Ezra Robinson, Tennessee State
Cameron Sutton, Tennessee
Marquez White, Florida State


Justin Evans, Texas A&M
Johnathan Ford, Auburn
Nate Gerry, Nebraska
Josh Harvey-Clemons, Louisville
Rayshawn Jenkins, Miami
John Johnson, Boston College
Marcus Maye, Florida
Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut


Toby Baker, Arkansas (punter)
Jake Elliott, Memphis (kicker)
Zane Gonzalez, Arizona State (kicker)
Justin Vogel, Miami (punter)