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2015 NFLPA Bowl: Online Stream, Rosters, TV Channel, Game Time and More

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The college football all-star circuit is revving up, and the NFLPA Bowl will feature a host of players who could hear their names called during the 2015 NFL draft.

The National Football League Player's Association Collegiate Bowl is a postseason all-star game for draft-eligible players who don't make it to the Shrine Game or Senior Bowl. The week-long schedule provides participants with a first-class professional experience while introducing them to the business of the NFL.

Cincy Jungle's own Anthony Cosenza and Cody Tewmey are in attendance, and were able to secure several interviews with some of the biggest names at the event. One of which was Georgia receiver Chris Conley, who caught 117 passes for 1,938 yards (16.6 avg) and 20 scores in his four-year college career.

He'll be one of many players looking to come up big in the NFLPA Bowl Game in hopes of increasing their draft stock heading into the offseason.

DATE: Saturday, January 17, 2015

TIME: 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET kickoff

WHERE: Carson, Calif. (Greater Los Angeles Area)

STADIUM: StubHub Center on the campus of California State University Dominguez Hills

HEAD COACHES: NFL coaching legends Mike Holmgren and Mike Martz will serve as Head Coaches for the 2015 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Holmgren will coach the American Team and face Martz's National Team.

TV: ESPN2

Online Stream: Watch ESPN

Rosters

AMERICAN
Offense

8 Jerry Lovelocke, QB, Prairie View

14 Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall

18 Cole Stoudt, QB, Clemson

23 Prince-Tyson Gulley, RB, Syracuse

24 Joe Bergeron, RB, Texas A&M-Commerce

25 Marcus Murphy, RB, Missouri

33 Paul Lasike, FB, BYU

34 Kenny Williams, RB, Texas Tech

51 Jarvis Harrison, G, Texas A&M

54 Al Bond, G, Memphis

57 Joe Townsend II, C, Vanderbilt

70 Sean Donnelly, OT, Tulane

71 Antoine Everett, G, McNeese St.

72 Micah Hatchie, OT, Washington

73 Takoby Cofield, G, Duke

74 Cody Clay, OT, Azusa Pacific

76 Darrell Williams, OT, South Florida

78 Malcolm Bunche, OT, UCLA

80 Westlee Tonga, TE, Utah

81 Kaelin Clay, WR, Utah

82 Brian Volger, TE, Alabama

83 Anthony Johnson, WR, West Texas A&M

84 Bradley Marquez, WR, Texas Tech

85 Mario Alford, WR, West Virginia

86 Vernon Johnson, WR, Texas A&M-Commerce

87 Eric Tomlinson, TE, UTEP

88 Javess Blue, WR, Kentucky

89 Jake Kumerow, WR, Wisconsin-Whitewater

Defense

21 Troy Hill, CB, Oregon

22 Anthony Jefferson, CB, UCLA

26 Johnathan McKnight, CB, Arizona

28 Terell Floyd, CB, Louisville

29 Deshazor Everett, CB, Texas A&M

36 Donald Celiscar, CB, Western Michigan

37 Erick Dargan, DB, Oregon

40 Tony Bell Jr., DB, UT-Martin

42 Cedric Thompson, DB, Minnesota

43 Ryan Murphy, DB, Oregon St.

50 Jabral Johnson, LB, Oregon St.

52 Michael Doctor, LB, Oregon St.

53 John Timu, LB, Washington

55 Josh Keyes, LB, Boston College

56 Damien Wilson, LB, Minnesota

58 John Tavai Jr., LB, Southern Cal

59 Chase Williams, LB, Virginia Tech

90 Cameron Botticelli, DT, Minnesota

91 Olsen Pierre, DT, Miami

92 Dan Pettinato, DE, Arizona

93 Andrew Hudson, DE, Washington

96 Ethan Farmer, DT, North Carolina

97 Brock Hekking, DE, Nevada

98 Kalafitoni (Toni) Pole, DT, Washington St.

99 Zack Wagenmann, DE, Montana

Special Teams

3 Mike Sadler, P, Michigan St.

10 Josh Lambo, K, Texas A&M

61 Alex Freeman, LS, Texas A&M

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NATIONAL
Offense

1 Jameill Showers, QB, UTEP

7 Brandon Bridge, QB, South Alabama

11 Geremy Davis, WR, UConn

12 Andrew Hendrix, QB, Miami (Ohio)

29 Ross Scheuerman, RB, La.-Lafayette

30 Ricky Seale, RB, Stanford

31 Malcolm Agnew, RB, Southern Illinois

32 Jahwan Edwards, RB, Ball St.

33 Terell Watson, RB, Azusa Pacific

40 Channing Fugate, FB, Eastern Kentucky

57 Nick Easton, C, Harvard

62 Chad Slade, G, Auburn

64 Cole Manhart, OT, Nebraska-Kearney

65 Jake Rodgers, OT, Eastern Washington

66 Kyle Roberts, OT, Nevada

70 Quinterrius Eatmon, OT, South Florida

71 Marcus Reed, G, Fayetteville St.

73 Mitchell Bell, G, Louisiana Tech

74 Tom Farniok, G, Iowa St.

80 Chris Conley, WR, Georgia

81 Demarco Robinson, WR, Kentucky

82 Rodney (Lucky) Whitehead, WR, FAU

83 Nick Harwell, WR, Kansas

84 Devin Mahina, TE, BYU

85 Cameron Clear, TE, Texas A&M

86 Dawan Scott, WR, Miami (Ohio)

87 Tony Jones, WR, Northwestern

88 DeAndre Carter, WR, Sacramento St.

89 Corey Simmons, TE, Northwestern St.

Defense

21 Cody Riggs, CB, Notre Dame

22 Al-Hajj Shabazz, CB, West Chester

23 De'Ante Saunders, CB, Tennessee St.

24 Travell Dixon, CB, Washington

25 Emmanuel Johnson, DB, Southern Miss.

27 Jimmy Jean, CB, UAB

28 Keeston Terry, DB, Pittsburg St.

34 Chris Dunkley, CB, South Florida

35 Ace Clark, DB, Western Carolina

46 Jourdon Grandon, DB, Arizona

50 Terrance Plumber, LB, UCF

51 Braylon Mitchell, LB, Arkansas

52 D.J. Welter, LB, LSU

54 Zaire Anderson, LB, Nebraska

55 Cameron Lynch, LB, Syracuse

56 Stephon Sanders, LB, SMU

60 LaDarius Owens, DE, Auburn

90 Kendall Montgomery, DE, Bowling Green

91 Marcus Rush, DE, Michigan St.

92 Kyle Woestmann, LB, Vanderbilt

93 Leon Orr, DT, Florida

95 Quayshawne Buckley, DT, Idaho

96 Diaheem Watkins, DE, UAB

98 Chuka Ndulue, DT, Oklahoma

99 DeShawn Williams, DT, Clemson

Special Teams

15 Jeremiah Detmer, K, Toledo

19 Patrick Carney, P, New Mexico Highlands

58 John Sheperdson, LS, California