The final college football game for many players will also be their final chance to impress NFL scouts in live game-action during the 2015 Senior Bowl.
Played in Mobile, Alabama annually, the Senior Bowl routinely hosts some of the top draft prospects each year for one week. The event gets prospects acclimated to an NFL style of coaching while practicing and playing the game under NFL rules.
Most years, several first-round prospects participate in this game, as is the case this year with guys like Washington DT Danny Shelton, Pittsburgh OT T.J. Clemmings and LSU OT La'el Collins. Plenty of other players have already booted their stock and had scouts take notice of them during the week of practice leading up to the game, and they'll hope to parlay that into big performances come gametime on Saturday.
This will be the final college all-star game that gets national recognition before the offseason and draft process really kicks into gear. So even if you're not into the draft, this is one of the final football games until August.
How to watch
Where: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala.
When: 4 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile
Live stats: Available at usajaguars.com. (Note: You will need to click on the 'live stats' icon located in the upper right of the home page. You will see eight small icons in the upper right. Live stats is the furthest icon on the left.)