HBCU All-Star Bowl

The third annual Historical Black Colleges and Universities All-Star Bowl was played on December 18, 2011 and featured the top 120 draft eligible seniors from the major HBCU football conferences – the MEAC, SWAC, SIAC, and CIAA. A one-day Combine started off the week of practices to get verified information on the participants. The week also included player hospital visits, a life skills session, financial advisor seminar, and entertainment weekend events. Three players from the 2010 game were drafted in the 7th round of the 2011 draft – South Carolina State’s offensive tackle, JC Culbreath by Detroit; Alabama A&M’s defensive tackle, Frank Kearse by Miami; and Florida A&M’s free safety, Curtis Holcomb by San Francisco. A total of 35 players signed free agent contracts for the 2011 NFL season. The game was played in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta where the East team beat the West 23-13. Standouts in practice or the game who have a chance to be in a camp include: Donovan Robinson (Jackson State) OB, 6020, 229, Adrian Hamilton (Prairie View) OB, 6020, 246, hands 10 1/8”, Jared Green (Southern) WR, 6005, 188, who is the son of Hall of Fame corner Darrell Green, Lamont Bryant (Morgan State) slot receiver, 6042, 221, arms 33 3/ 8”, and LaQuinton Evans (Southern) WR, 6007, 198.

Jared Green - Southern

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