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Mallory and Stevenson Set to Compete in Reese’s Senior Bowl

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Elite draft prospects from around the country have been selected to showcase
their talent and connect with coaches and decision-makers from all 32 National Football League teams.

The Reese’s Senior Bowl announced on January 18th, that Chicago Bears Offensive Coordinator Luke Getsy (American team) and Las Vegas Raiders Defensive Coordinator Patrick Graham (National team) will serve as head coaches for the 74th annual Reese’s Senior Bowl.

This year marks the first time in the Senior Bowl’s rich history that two full staffs from NFL clubs will not be coaching the game. Under a new arrangement to promote professional development, NFL Football Operations has implemented a “coach up” format where coordinators and assistant coaches are placed into elevated or different roles from the ones they currently hold with their respective clubs.

The Reese’s Senior Bowl is coming off consecutive record-breaking draft classes with 106 players selected each of the past two years, which has represented over 40 percent of the entire past two draft classes. Over the past four drafts (2019-2022), 87.2% of the players wound up making an active 53-man NFL roster at some point during their rookie season. Those four rosters have included many of the NFL’s brightest young stars, such as: QB Justin Herbert (Chargers), QB Daniel Jones (Giants), QB Mac Jones (Patriots), DS Jeremy Chinn (Panthers), WR Brandon Aiyuk (49ers), QB Jalen Hurts (Eagles), DB Kyle Dugger (Patriots), WR Terry McLaurin (Commanders), OL Chris Lindstrom (Falcons), WR Deebo Samuel (49ers), OL Elgton Jenkins (Packers), RB Tony Pollard (Cowboys), DL Montez Sweat (Commanders), LB Logan Wilson (Bengals), RB Najee Harris (Steelers), RB Rhamondre Stevenson (Patriots), WR Devonta Smith (Eagles), OL Creed Humphrey (Chiefs), RB Dameon Pierce (Texans), WR Christian Watson, OL Zion Johnson (Chargers), QB Kenny Pickett (Steelers), DS Jalen Pitre (Texans), and CB Tariq Woolen (Seahawks).

Former Miami Hurricanes football players and LifeWallet NIL Athletes in defensive back Tyrique Stevenson and tight end Will Mallory will compete for the American team on Saturday in hopes of elevating their NFL draft stock.

The Reese’s Senior Bowl will be played on Saturday February 4th, 2023, at Hancock Whitney Stadium on the campus of the University of South Alabama.  All three days of practice will be televised on both the NFL Network and ESPN and the game will be aired live on the NFL Network at 2:30 P.M. EST.

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