The Senior Bowl has began to send out invites for the 2012 iteration of the premier annual NCAA all-star game. In the latest list of players to accept invites, the game got a handful of Boise State Broncos to commit to the game. Quarterback Kellen Moore, running back Doug Martin, defensive back George Iloka and defensive lineman Billy Winn all accepted their invites to play on the North squad in the 2012 Senior Bowl, according to a press release.
"I'm very aware of the unique opportunity that the Senior Bowl presents," Moore said. "There's been so many great players throughout history that have had the opportunity to play in this game and it's really the first big step in this process of trying to play professionally."
The Senior Bowl has annually hosted college football's premier list of senior college football stars and premier NFL draft talent. Each respective team in the Senior Bowl is coached by an NFL staff, giving the players a look into how NFL practices are ran as well as the team coaching the players a unique pre-draft look.
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