Some of the country's top senior college football players spent the week practicing in front of NFL coaches and personnel. Today, it's time to have fun when the Reese's Senior Bowl kicks off at 1:30 p.m. at Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile.

NFL Network will broadcast the game. Sixteen players in Saturday's game have Alabama connections.


D.J. Dale, DL, Alabama, Clay-Chalkville HS, 6-1, 302 – The former four-star prospect had 74 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks in 48 college games.  

Emil Ekiyor, OL, Alabama, 6-2.2, 317 – Was selected All-SEC this past season. Led the team with 31 knockdown blocks. Played guard the past three seasons but expected to play center in the Senior Bowl.

Derick Hall, OLB, Auburn, 6-2.26, 252 – Three-year starter on the edge, who had 146 tackles, 29.5 tackles for loss and 19.5 sacks in 47 games.

DeMarco Hellams, S, Alabama, 6.05, 213 – Started the past two seasons and led the team with 108 tackles as a senior. His career numbers include 261 tackles in 54 games.

Cameron Latu, TE, Alabama, 6-4.2, 248 – Was voted as the top tight end practice player by the American team's linebackers and defensive backs. Steady player, who had 56 catches for 787 with 12 touchdowns in 51 games.

Eku Leota, LB, Auburn, 6-3, 255 – Graduate transfer from Northwestern. Played two seasons at Auburn and was a two-year starter for the Tigers.

Darrell Luter, CB, South Alabama, 5-11.5, 191 – Selected second-team All-America by Pro Football Focus this past season. Had four interceptions and 10 pass breakups as a senior.

Tyler Steen, OL, Alabama, 6-5.4, 325 – Started 33 consecutive games at Vanderbilt before transferring to Tuscaloosa. Started 13 games for the Crimson Tide and was credited with 29 knockdown blocks.

Jalen Wayne, WR, South Alabama, Spanish Fort HS, 6-1.4, 211 – Former basketball standout at Faith Academy played both football and basketball as senior at Spanish Fort. Had 152 catches for 1,978 yards with 14 touchdowns in 61 games for the Jaguars.

Byron Young, OL, Alabama, 6.3.3, 297 – Was a second-team All-America selection as a senior. Compiled 139 tackles, 22.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks in 54 games.  


Jake Andrews, C, Troy, Stanhope Elmore HS, Millbrook, 6.2-6, 319 – The Troy center made 37 consecutive starts. Played all but three snaps for the Sun Belt Conference champions this past season.

Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland, McGill-Toolen, Mobile, 5-10.5, 193 – Had a national best 27 pass breakups as a senior. Began his college career at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas.

Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville, Park Crossing HS, Montgomery, 5-11.7, 188 – Passed for 7,889 yards and 62 touchdowns in his career. Rushed for 1,031 yards as a junior.

Grant DuBose, WR, Charlotte, Miles College, Park Crossing, Montgomery, 6.2.3, 204 – Spent two seasons at Charlotte with more than 60 catches each year. Had 125 catches for 1,679 yards with 15 touchdowns at Charlotte. Began his college career at Miles College.

Carlton Martial, LB, Troy, McGill-Toolen HS, Mobile, 5-7.3, 210 – Undersized former walk-on became the leader in career tackles in NCAA Division I history. Finished his career with 577 tackles.

Camerun Peoples, RB, Appalachian State, Central Clay County, 6-1.5, 215 – His best season came in 2020 when he rushed for 1,124 yards with 12 touchdowns. Had 2,830 yards with 33 career touchdowns.

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