First, George will participate on the American team’s defense in the 2014 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. He’s joined by linebackers Brandon Watts from Georgia Tech, Mike Marry from Mississippi, Andrew Wilson from Missouri, Kevin Pierre-Louis from Boston College, Avery Williamson from Kentucky, and Brock Coyle from Montana.
Highlights on the American team include Missouri quarterback James Franklin and Texas Tech wide receiver Eric Ward. The Collegiate Bowl kicks off at 5:00 PM Central time with coverage on ESPN2. Coverage of practices can be found this week on ESPNU.
Van Der Kamp will participate on the North’s special teams unit in the 2014 Senior Bowl. Other players on the ST unit include Rice kicker Chris Boswell and Harvard long snapper Tyler Ott. Van Der Kamp’s opposing punter on the other team is Alabama punter Cody Mandell.
The Senior Bowl is the most prestigious college football all-star game thanks to its affiliation with the NFL. Plenty of recognizable names are on the roster for the North team, including Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, West Virginia running back Charles Sims, Oregon receiver Josh Huff, and Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon.
NFL Network will have coverage of the Senior Bowl on Saturday, January 25th, at 3:00 PM Central time. They will also have coverage of practice throughout the workweek before the game.
- Deon Broomfield had two tackles for the National team in a 20-3 loss against the American team in the Medal of Honor bowl that took place last Saturday, January 11th.