Senior Bowl commitment list includes QBs Grier, Minshew

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The Senior Bowl roster was announced Wednesday.  Here’s a look at the collegiate players who have committed to the weeklong NFL talent evaluation in Mobile, Alabama in January:

Quarterbacks

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Ryan Finley – N.C. State
Will Grier – West Virginia
Trace McSorley – Penn State
Gardner Minshew II – Washington State
Jarrett Stidham – Auburn
Clayton Thorson – Northwestern

Will Grier threw for 3,864 yards, 37 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 11 games for West Virginia in the regular season. (AP)
Will Grier threw for 3,864 yards, 37 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 11 games for West Virginia in the regular season. (AP)

Running backs

Myles Gaskin – Washington
Karan Higdon – Michigan
Alec Ingold – Wisconsin
Jalin Moore – Appalachian State
Trevon Wesco – West Virginia
Dexter Williams – Notre Dame

Tight ends

Alize Mack – Notre Dame
Foster Moreau – LSU
Josh Oliver – San Jose State
Dax Raymond – Utah State
Drew Sample – Washington
Tommy Sweeney – Boston College

Wide receivers

Tyre Brady – Marshall
Travis Fulgham – Old Dominion
Emanuel Hall – Missouri
Andy Isabella – Massachusetts
Anthony Johnson – Buffalo
Hunter Renfrow – Clemson
Deebo Samuel – South Carolina
David Sills V – West Virginia
Jaylen Smith – Louisville
Alex Wesley – Northern Colorado

Defensive backs

Johnathan Abram – Mississippi State
Nasir Adderley – Delaware
Corey Ballentine – Washburn
Marquise Blair – Utah
Mike Edwards – Kentucky
Will Harris – Boston College
Isaiah Johnson – Houston
Lonnie Johnson – Kentucky
Amani Oruwariye – Penn State
Darnell Savage – Maryland
Marvell Tell III – USC
Juan Thornhill – Virginia
Darius West – Kentucky
Khari Willis – Michigan State
Rock Ya-Sin – Temple

Defensive line

Zach Allen – Boston College
LJ Collier – TCU
John Cominsky – Charleston (WV)
Jaylon Ferguson – Louisiana Tech
Carl Granderson – Wyoming
Jonathan Ledbetter – Georgia
Charles Omenihu – Texas
Dontavius Russell – Auburn
Khalen Saunders – Western Illinois
Gerald Willis III – Miami (Fla.)
Renell Wren – Arizona State
Oshane Ximines – Old Dominion

Linebackers

Josh Allen – Kentucky
Ben Banogu – TCU
Te’Veon Coney – Notre Dame
Terrill Hanks – New Mexico State
Chase Hansen – Utah
Jalen Jelks – Oregon
Bobby Okereke – Stanford
Germaine Pratt – N.C. State
Cameron Smith – USC
Drue Tranquill – Notre Dame
D’Andre Walker – Georgia
Chase Winovich – Michigan

Michigan defensive lineman Chase Winovich has 12.5 sacks in the past two seasons. (AP)
Michigan defensive lineman Chase Winovich has 12.5 sacks in the past two seasons. (AP)

Offensive Line

Beau Benzschawel – Wisconsin
Garrett Bradbury – N.C. State
Yodny Cajuste – West Virginia
Dennis Daley – South Carolina
Nate Davis – UNC Charlotte
Michael Deiter – Wisconsin
Andre Dillard – Washington State
Chuma Edoga – USC
Tytus Howard – Alabama State
Elgton Jenkins – Mississippi State
Chris Lindstrom – Boston College
Kaleb McGary – Washington
Ben Powers – Oklahoma
Dalton Risner – Kansas State
Dru Samia – Oklahoma
Max Scharping – Northern Illinois

Specialists

P Jake Bailey – Stanford
P Mitch Wishnowsky – Utah

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